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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.

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.

Wagga Women’s Health Centre

02 6921 3333

www.waggawomen.org.au

Gendered health service which provides trauma informed specialist counselling and therapeutic support for women within a feminist framework. Additional services and supports are also offered.

Aftercare

1300 00 1907

www.aftercare.com.au

Aftercare is Australia’s longest serving mental health services organisation. We believe in enhancing the social and emotional wellbeing of our clients through social justice and our commitment to collaborative learning and recovery. Aftercare provides a full range of services designed to support those experiencing mental health concerns or that have intellectual disabilities, so that they can go on to lead fulfilling, independent lives.The care we provide ranges from assistance with developing the skills to manage day-to-day tasks through to fully-supported accommodation for those with complex needs.

Club Speranza

02 9908 1233

www.facebook.com/clubsperanza/

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

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.

Survivors & Mates Support Network

1800 4 SAMSN (72676)

www.samsn.org.au

Survivors & Mates Support Network (SAMSN) is a not-for-profit organisation working to increase public awareness of the effects that childhood sexual abuse can have on men in their adult lives. SAMSN employs psychologists and social workers who have experience working with male survivors to facilitate support groups for men and their families and supporters.

Link-Up (NSW) Aboriginal Corporation

02 9421 4700

www.linkupnsw.org.au

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.

Neami National

03 8691 5300

www.neaminational.org.au

Neami National is a community mental health service supporting people living with mental illness to improve their health, live independently and pursue a life based on their own strengths, values and goals. We provide services in diverse communities in Western Australia, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, ranging from the inner-city and suburbs to regional and remote areas.

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.

Community Links

02 4683 2776

www.communitylinks.org.au

Family Support Service including Casework, Youthwork, Groupwork, Allied Health, NDIS and Mental Health Programs and Clinicians.

Lou’s Place

02 9358 4553

www.lousplace.com.au

Lou’s Place is the only daytime refuge for women in Sydney. We’re a unique, community-based refuge for women in crisis, homeless, feeling isolated or needing support. Women can come to our terrace house in Kings Cross to rest, eat, shower, wash clothes and enjoy some company. Lou’s Place is warm, friendly and supportive; a place where women can feel safe and relax. We offer a range of activities and programs to build confidence, develop life skills and to have fun. Lou’s Place also offers critical frontline services for women confronting the issues of: homelessness, domestic violence, mental health and addiction. Our services include crisis intervention, ongoing case management, referrals and legal advice.