In 1992, UnitingCare Campbelltown responded to the needs of one of its congregation to provide accommodation for young people with a moderate intellectual disability. There was no service available in Campbelltown for this purpose. A committee was appointed, a property purchased and over the next year a purpose built house was designed.
Despite numerous funding setbacks , the committee persisted and in Dec. ’93, the government part funded the project.
Hurley House opened its door in February 1994 to five residents, two males and three females.
Funding remained a challenging issue for many years until finally in 2005, recurrent viability funding was secured through DADHC.