Our Members

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Our members provide a wide range of services and programs that can be accessed in a community setting.
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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.

Foundation House – Construction Industry Drug & Alcohol Foundation

02 9555 7852

www.foundationhouse.net.au

Alcohol, Drug and Gambling treatment & rehabilitation services to clients within the Construction Industry and the general public. We have a facility access providing 28 day residential program, outpatient counselling and transport to relevant referral services. The core business is providing treatment & rehabilitation services for drug, alcohol and gambling issues for Construction Industry, HSU inpatient and outpatient and general community.

COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network

1300 069 002

www.coordinare.org.au

COORDINARE works directly with GPs, other primary health care providers, secondary health care providers and hospitals to improve and better coordinate care across the local health system for patients requiring care from multiple providers or at risk of poor health outcome; and find innovative ways of building ‘one coordinated and sustainable health system’ which ensures improved health outcomes, better consumer experiences, enhanced provider satisfaction and increased value for money.

Flourish Australia

1300 779 270

www.flourishaustralia.org.au

Flourish Australia are the mental health charity for people with a lived experience, provided by people who have been there. Flourish Australia today is the result of a proud 60-year history. Known as RichmondPRA from 2012 to 2016, Flourish Australia’s origins stem from the successful amalgamation of two longstanding mental health organisations, the Richmond Fellowship of NSW and Psychiatric Rehabilitation Australia (PRA). Our mission of working together for optimal mental health and wellbeing is the continuance of the dedication of our founding organisations. We continue the legacy of recovery-oriented community support, a fundamental commitment to improving outcomes for people with a lived experience of a mental health issue, and the pursuit of independence and a contributing life. As an organisation we strive to ensure our professionalism and expertise are balanced by our personal connections. Flourish Australia reflects the good heart that everyone in this organisation has – they simply wouldn’t be here without it.

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.

Oakdene House Foundation

02 8717 0999

www.oakdenehouse.org.au

Oakdene House is a non-profit organisation established to assist sufferers of the debilitating consequences of addiction including, problem gambling and alcoholism. In addition, support and guidance is also provided to family and friends of sufferers.

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.

Justice Action

02 928 3123

www.justiceaction.org.au

Justice Action (JA) represents people locked in Australian prisons and hospitals, defending human rights in the hardest places. JA believes that a positive change in Australia’s criminal justice and mental health systems requires these voices to be respected and embraced as part of the solution. JA aims to improve the social and mental health of prisoners and involuntary patients by providing prisoner, mental health and court support. It also engages in policy development, initiates campaigns and liaises with stakeholders.

Gidget Foundation Australia

1300 851 758

gidgetfoundation.org.au

Gidget Foundation Australia is a not for profit organisation that provides programs to support the emotional wellbeing of expectant and new parents. We raise awareness of Perinatal Depression and Anxiety and provide support for those in need & education and awareness programs for health professionals and the community.

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.

ACON

02 9206 2000

www.acon.org.au

ACON is here for HIV prevention, HIV support and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) health. Established in 1985 as the AIDS Council of New South Wales (NSW), we work to end HIV transmission among gay and homosexually active men, and promote the lifelong health of LGBTI people and people with HIV.

Jewish House Limited

02 9386 0770

www.jewishhouse.org.au

It is our mission to improve the well-being and independence of people in crisis by ensuring the best possible outcomes for each person through the highest standard of support and care. Through professional care, delivered in a humane and dignified manner, we reintegrate clients back into the community with purpose and in a safe environment – improving their future and breaking the cycle of homelessness and future personal crisis.