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 9339 6000
We strive towards a community that embraces and maintains the best possible mental health and wellbeing for all people and we work towards a society free from prejudice and discrimination against people living with mental illness. We provide a range of services and advocacy, information and support to individuals, families, carers and other service agencies in order to improve and facilitate better outcomes for people with lived experience and those who care for them.
1300 579 963
A School-based program where students work with other students to develop and enhance the skills, understanding, attitude and strategies needed by children and young people to improve their mental, social and emotional wellbeing using the key concepts of: Resilience, Sense of Self, Connectedness and Sense of possibility.
1800 269 672
Mission Australia’s integrated nationwide services help people find safe and affordable housing, support disadvantaged children and families, empower troubled young people, assist people with mental illness and disability, and much more. Early intervention and prevention is at the heart of our work.
02 9299 2252
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.
02 8819 6090
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”.
02 9421 4700
Link-Up (NSW) Aboriginal Corporation was founded in 1980 to assist all Aboriginal people who had been directly affected by past government policies; being separated from their families and culture through forced removal, being fostered, adopted or raised in institutions. Link-Up (NSW) supports the healing journeys of those removed; delivering professional, culturally sensitive and confidential research, reunions and Social, Emotional and Wellbeing services to those over the age of eighteen.
02 9518 6466
We provide in-home care and support to the most disadvantaged and marginalised in the community. Many of our clients live with debilitating physical and mental illnesses or are at risk of homelessness. Being in the care of the Brown Nurses may be their last chance to live independently.
02 4683 2776
Family Support Service including Casework, Youthwork, Groupwork, Allied Health, NDIS and Mental Health Programs and Clinicians.
02 9144 1447
The Mentor and Support (Co-ordination) Program aims to provide good services to help Young People. The service is between a Mentor and a Young Person for the purpose of reducing risk of harm behaviours and improving personal development.
The Young person may be on statutory orders including justice, and/or child protection/out-of-home care and present with significant risk factors and high-risk behaviours The program seeks to be culturally competent and meet the needs of Aboriginal Young People. The program presents as an adventure, recreation and athletics program for Young People.
02 9206 2177 or 1800 245 677 (freecall)
Positive Life NSW works to promote a positive image of people living with and affected by HIV with the aim of eliminating prejudice, isolation, stigma and discrimination. We provide information, targeted referrals and advocate to change systems and practices that discriminate against people living with HIV (PLHIV), our partners, friends, family and carers in NSW.
1300 986 991
Central and Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network (CESPHN) has been established with the key objectives of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for individuals, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes. We also aim to improve coordination of care to ensure people receive the right care in the right place at the right time. Central and Eastern Sydney PHN is a not for profit organisation based in the Central and Eastern Sydney region, and we aim to strengthen primary care by redirecting frontline health services to improve health outcomes of the community.
1300 133 660
JewishCare is the major social service organisation for the NSW Jewish community providing support to people living with a mental illness, the aged, families in need and people with a disability.