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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Academy of Workplace Learning

1300 189 417


The Academy of Workplace Learning offer nationally recognised and accredited workplace training that results in better productivity for your business and provides your staff with a qualification for life. They fulfil your training and development needs by working closely with your organisation, tailoring the training to be relevant to your workplace.

CHESS Connect

1800 899 017


CHESS Connect provides a range of specialist employment, disability (NDIS) and wellbeing supports to deliver strength-based solutions that support strong life and positive change.

South Western Sydney Recovery College

02 4621 8400


Learn, Recover, Grow is our mission to enable people to reach mental health goals and personal growth. South Western Sydney Recovery College provides recovery-focused education programs that bring together people living with a mental illness, their carers and service providers as students, learning and growing together. It aims to support recovery, build confidence, independence and personal and professional capacity to those who engage with the college.

The Disability Trust

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.

The Station Ltd

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.


1800 679 657


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.   

Wagga Women’s Health Centre

02 6921 3333


A gendered health service providing trauma informed specialist counselling and therapeutic support for women.

Justice Action

02 928 3123


Justice Action represents people in Australian prisons and hospitals. They aim to improve the social and mental health of prisoners and involuntary patients by providing prisoner, mental health and court support.

FND Australia Support services – Functional Neurological Disorder


FND Australia Support services was created to unite people diagnosed with Functional Neurological Disorder [FND]/Conversion Disorder [CD]. Our website was just the beginning of what was the first non-profit patient advocacy organization for those with functional symptoms. Content for www.fndaus.org.au is written by patients, caregivers, and doctors/researchers who come together to promote better treatment and care for FND patients.

St Merkorious Charity

02 9799 9954


St Merkorious Charity has a simple mission. We relieve hunger and poverty by providing access to healthy food, clothing and essential items for day-to-day living. We then provide advice and referrals to services than can help them with their long-term goals. Our vision is to tackle poverty at its root. Food insecurity is only the first step of care in our overall vision.

Brown Nurses

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.

Alcohol and Drug Foundation NSW

02 9660 5818


The Alcohol and Drug Foundation NSW was established in 1957 and ran the first public hospital in Australia dedicated to the treatment of alcohol abuse. It now operates Kathleen York House, a residential service supporting women working to overcome substance dependence.

What we do –
Reduce drug and alcohol-related harm by developing and delivering psycho-social treatment programs.
Encourage and conduct research into the management of harmful drug and alcohol use.
Participate in community education and forums to disseminate information and advocate for the needs of those affected by substance abuse.