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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Mind Australia

03 9455 7000

www.mindaustralia.org.au

Mind Australia Limited is one of the country’s leading community-managed specialist mental health service providers. We have been supporting people dealing with the day-to-day impacts of mental illness, as well as their families, friends and carers for over 40 years. We provide practical and motivational support that helps people to develop the skills they need to move on, thrive and improve the quality of their lives. This includes helping people with the things that make them feel strong and healthy, such as being in control of their life, being resilient and participating in their community. We also work with people to address poverty, housing, education and employment. It is an approach to mental health and wellbeing that looks at the whole person in the context of their daily life.

WentWest Limited

02 8811 7100

www.wentwest.com.au

WentWest is a PHN for western Sydney. We commission mental health services in accordance with a regional plan. A key part of the commissioning activities is service continuity, integration and consumer focus.

Wesley Mission

02 9263 5555

www.wesleymission.org.au

From the emergency and crisis support a person needs to survive. To the hope and encouragement that will help them thrive. We’re here for people and communities as they face life’s challenges, no matter how big or small they might seem. We reach all faces of Australia—from children, families and the elderly, to those struggling with homelessness, addiction, mental health, financial or domestic challenges. And we walk alongside them to help them face life’s challenges and create the life they want.

Club Speranza

02 9908 1233

www.facebook.com/clubsperanza/

Mental health and suicide prevention advocate with more than 30 years experience.

Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre (DAMEC)

02 8706 0150

www.damec.org.au

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.

Centacare Southwest NSW

1300 619 379

www.centacareswnsw.org.au

At Centacare, we believe in wellbeing for all. We also believe that the word ‘wellbeing’ means something different for everyone. For some it means recovery from mental illness and ongoing assistance to embrace life. For yet others it means less conflict in the home, stronger relationships, support and care for every generation. At Centacare, we believe that everyone deserves a better sense of wellbeing, whatever their religion, culture, relationship status, skin colour, age and abilities.

We believe that through our intimate understanding of the challenges facing individuals in regional areas, our passion for the communities in which we live and work, and by providing access to the highest level of care, quality programs and ongoing support, we can make a difference.

The Station Ltd

02 9299 2252

www.thestationltd.org

Our Mission – To provide a range of services for people who are having difficulty attaining and sustaining adequate and secure accommodation, health status, personal autonomy and dignity.

Noffs Foundation

02 9305 6600 or 1800 151 045

www.noffs.org.au

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.

breakthru

1800 767 212

www.breakthru.org.au

breakthru is a for purpose enterprise which has worked with 1000’s of Australians over the past 25 years to access the services they need to live their best life.

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.

Being – Mental Health & Wellbeing Consumer Advisory Group

1300 234 640

www.being.org.au

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.

HOME in Queanbeyan

02 6284 2409

www.homeinqueanbeyan.org

HOME provides 24 hour supported accommodation for people living with a mental illness.