Our Members

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Who Are Our Members?

Our members provide a wide range of services and programs that can be accessed in a community setting.
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Sydney Drug Education and Counselling Centre

02 9977 0711

www.sdecc.org.au

Sydney Drug Education and Counselling Centre (SDECC) is specialised in Drug and Alcohol issues for people from 14 to 25 years old.

Sydney Women’s Counselling Centre

02 9718 1955

www.womenscounselling.com.au

Sydney Women’s Counselling Centre is a specialist counselling service that works within a Social Determinants of Health & a Trauma Informed Care framework providing counselling to women, primarily to those who are marginalised & socio-economically disadvantaged.

180 Degree Disability and Mental Health Services

1300 324 922

www.my180.com.au

We are a passionate company – led by lived experiences from management and our team. We believe we grow, as you grow.

Our mission is to assist as many people as possible to ‘Turn their lives around’. We don’t believe there is always a permanent ‘fix’ to a problem, but we can work towards solutions that get people to a better place than before!

Our team combines a wealth of experiences – both professional and personal – that help us come from a place of empathy and understanding.

Bobby Goldsmith Foundation

02 9283 8666

www.bgf.org.au

Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) is Australia’s oldest community based HIV organisation committed to providing client centred care to help people living with HIV to thrive. We provide provide outstanding client services and health promotion programs and advocate with and for people living with HIV.

The National Centre for Suicide Prevention Training

1300 608 095

www.suicidefirstaid.org.au

The National Centre for Suicide Prevention Training is Australia’s leading non-profit body on suicide prevention training. They are passionate about saving lives through suicide first aid, and help everyday people, the community, health care professionals and organisations save lives by empowering them with the skills and tools they need to help prevent suicide.

Action Foundation for Mental Health Inc

0438 271 570

www.actionfoundation.org.au

Psychosocial programs and advocacy, based at Chatswood Recovery & Wellbeing Hub, Hercules Street, Chatswood on the Lower North Shore, Sydney.

ONE80TC

1800 679 657

www.one80tc.org

ONE80TC’s Residential Program helps young men break the cycle of life controlling drug and alcohol addictions and rebuilds their lives with a positive attitude, responsibility and trust.   

Alcohol and Drug Foundation NSW

02 9660 5818

www.adfnsw.org.au

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation NSW was established in 1957 and ran the first public hospital in Australia dedicated to the treatment of alcohol abuse. It now operates Kathleen York House, a residential service supporting women working to overcome substance dependence.

What we do –
Reduce drug and alcohol-related harm by developing and delivering psycho-social treatment programs.
Encourage and conduct research into the management of harmful drug and alcohol use.
Participate in community education and forums to disseminate information and advocate for the needs of those affected by substance abuse.

Grand Pacific Health

02 4220 7600

www.gph.org.au

Grand Pacific Health is a community based organisation providing high quality health services and supports that assist people in the management of their physical and mental health.

Weave Youth and Community Services

02 9318 0539

www.weave.org.au

Weave is a not for profit community organization that provides a range of direct support services to disadvantaged children, young people, women, families, and Aboriginal people of all ages, who live primarily in the old South Sydney Local Government Area as well as the City of Sydney, Maroubra/La Perouse and Inner West regions. We partner with the community to help create long term change, to influence government policy and to contribute to better outcomes for those who are most marginalized. We rely on good evidence to guide our work and have improved our data collection systems to help us track the work and most importantly the results. A particular focus of our work is on providing opportunities for Aboriginal young people, who represent the largest group using our services (70%). We employ a number of Aboriginal workers across all our programs.

Chess Connect

1800 899 017

www.chessconnect.org.au

Our purpose as an organisation is to assist members of the community to achieve a Strong Life by providing a range of human services including Employment, NDIS, Mental Health and Workplace programs.

The Disability Trust

02 4255 8000

www.disabilitytrust.org.au

The Disability Trust is committed to providing highly professional care and support to people with disabilities and their families. Based in regional NSW and the ACT, The Disability Trust provides a wide range of services to residents from Sydney in the north to the Victorian border. The Disability Trust has its roots firmly in the community, having been established in 1974 to help children with disabilities and their families in the Illawarra. In recent years we have grown substantially, and now have approximately 1400 permanent and casual staff providing care for more than 4000 clients.