Want to know more about our membership?
Want to know more about our membership?
Our members provide a wide range of services and programs that can be accessed in a community setting.
If you work in or around mental health and are interested in becoming an MHCC member apply now
02 9281 3338
With over 30 years’ experience in mental health and disability support Independent Community Living Australia (ICLA) understands the importance of flexible support which gives you real choice and control. Anything is possible when you partner with us. We provide a range of services that can be tailored to meet your goals. Our services are person centered ensuring you receive support as individual as you are. We work with your strengths, values and goals, whatever they may be.
02 4255 8000
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.
02 4683 2776
Family Support Service including Casework, Youthwork, Groupwork, Allied Health, NDIS and Mental Health Programs and Clinicians.
02 9332 0200
Being is the independent NSW peak organisation for people with lived/living experience of mental health issues and emotional distress. Our focus is on ensuring that the voices of people with mental health issues and emotional distress are heard and respected by decision-makers, service providers, and the community. We provide advice to the mental health sector based on people’s views, and their experiences of the ways mental health services are delivered. We are a values-based organisation whose work is underpinned by recovery-oriented principles, including respect, social justice, transparency, and a belief that recovery is possible for every individual.
03 8691 5300
Neami National is a community mental health service supporting people living with mental illness to improve their health, live independently and pursue a life based on their own strengths, values and goals. We provide services in diverse communities in Western Australia, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, ranging from the inner-city and suburbs to regional and remote areas.
02 9305 6600 or 1800 151 045
The Noffs Foundation is one of Australia’s leading youth services providers and an advocate for best practice in drug and alcohol prevention and treatment. It was founded in 1970 by the great Australian humanitarian Reverend Ted Noffs to provide essential services for young people who experience drug and alcohol problems. Noffs has pioneered new community outreach initiatives called the Street Universities including the opening of free educational, artistic and recreational centres to support young people who are homeless, using drugs, involved with crime or simply need someone to talk to. Other services include residential and day programs, individual and group counselling and training.
02 9564 7333
We are a not-for-profit incorporated association serving Sydney’s inner western suburbs. Our purpose is to work with the community to fulfil its potential. Our values are justice, inclusion, action and fun! Newtown Neighbourhood Centre exists to create a more inclusive, resilient, vibrant and self-reliant community.
02 4349 3700
Since 1979, the Central Coast Disability Network (CCDN) has been facilitating and fostering the valued status of people with disabilities in community life. Our philosophy is based on the belief that people with disabilities have the same rights and responsibilities as other members of the community, including the right to participate equally in the community. Our goal is to work with you to facilitate and foster these rights.
02 9977 0711
Sydney Drug Education and Counselling Centre (SDECC) is specialised in Drug and Alcohol issues for people from 14 to 25 years old.
02 9332 0777
Mental Health Carers NSW (MHCN) is a systemic advocacy body. As the peak body for mental health carers in NSW, MHCN represents the interests of mental health carers in NSW. MHCN regularly consults with carers across NSW to gain information on their opinions and experiences with the mental health system. MHCN uses the information gained in these consultations to provide feedback on policies and services on behalf of carers to the NSW Ministry of Health and to other government bodies.
02 8706 0150
The Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre (DAMEC) is a non-government organisation. DAMEC works to reduce the harm associated with the use of alcohol and other drugs within culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in New South Wales.
DAMEC Provides Culturally appropriate support services for individuals and families from a CALD background affected by drug and alcohol-related issues, Education for CALD communities and services on alcohol and other drug issues, Research; and Training for other drug and alcohol services to help services provide culturally appropriate treatment and support to people from CALD backgrounds.
02 4570 6100
88 bed private mental health hospital in Sydney’s north-west. Specialised PTSD program, addiction treatment, mood disorders and general psychiatric treatment. Specialist medical centre and counselling & therapy centre (day-patient groups) on site.