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.

National Association for Loss and Grief NSW Inc

02 6882 9222

www.nalag.org.au

Provides support to those who have experienced loss and grief. Provide education to professionals working in the community services sector.

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.   

The Salvation Army Recovery Services

02 9466 3577

www.salvos.org.au

Alcohol, drugs, gambling and co-occurring mental health treatment services.

The Wayside Chapel

02 9581 9100

www.waysidechapel.org.au

Wayside operates a range of services that place dignity, respect and love at the heart of their approach. Our community services centres, outreach programs, cafes and shops see everyone as a person to be met, not a problem to be solved.

CCNB Ltd

02 9998 2900

www.ccnb.com.au

CCNB provides independent and impartial information, advice and guidance to help people get the most out of life. Our key services include: Information, referral and linkage Care Coordination Assessment, monitoring and review Individual and community capacity building Key programs for people with mental health include NDIS Support Coordination, Partners in Recovery, Social Work Service, Peer to Peer Program.

Independent Community Living Australia

02 9281 3338

www.icla.org.au

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.

Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation

1300 566 525

www.kookaburrakids.org.au

Kookaburra Kids supports children aged 8-18 who live with a family member, usually their parent, affected by mental illness. Our purpose is to deliver life-changing outcomes that positively impact their lives. We provide early intervention and mental health education in a fun way through our camp and activity programs. We facilitate unforgettable experiences for children giving them a break from their caring roles and a safe environment to share their experiences with children living in similar circumstances and build a peer support network. We help children learn coping skills and build resilience, to manage their home lives and reduce vulnerability. As they reach school leaving age, we provide support and mentoring to help them into tertiary studies and/or employment. It is our philosophy that all children affected by family members with a mental illness deserve to be supported, to be valued and provided the opportunity to reach their potential.

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.

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.

Bipolar Australia

02 8819 6090

www.bipolaraustralia.org.au

Bipolar Australia is a national non profit organization for all people affected by bipolar disorder to live in the multicultural Australian society free from social stigma.It was created by a group of people with bipolar and carers. The group believes in the benefit of the person to person approach, in bringing awareness of bipolar educating about the condition and encouraging the formation of open and inclusive support groups. BA works towards the “Early intervention of people with bipolar and their carers”.