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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Jewish Care

1300 133 660

www.jewishcare.com.au

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.

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”.

The National Centre for Suicide Prevention Training

1300 608 095

www.suicidefirstaid.org.au

The National Centre for Suicide Prevention Training is Australia’s leading non-profit body on suicide prevention training. They are passionate about saving lives through suicide first aid, and help everyday people, the community, health care professionals and organisations save lives by empowering them with the skills and tools they need to help prevent suicide.

Being – Mental Health Consumers

1300 234 640

www.being.org.au

Being – Mental Health Consumers 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. With a long standing history of 26 years of operation, Being – Mental Health Consumers is expanding and growing a service provision portfolio, to support people dealing with the day-to-day impacts of mental health issues in their daily living, as well as support the expansion and growth of the lived experience workforce.

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.

South Western Sydney Recovery College

02 4621 8400

www.swsrecoverycollege.com.au

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.

PANDA – Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia

1300 726 306

www.panda.org.au

PANDA supports women, men and families across Australia affected by anxiety and depression during pregnancy and in the first year of parenthood. PANDA operates Australia’s only National Helpline for individuals and their families to recover from perinatal anxiety and depression, a serious illness that affects up to one in five expecting or new mums and one in ten expecting or new dads.

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.

Sydney Drug Education and Counselling Centre

02 9977 0711

www.sdecc.org.au

Sydney Drug Education and Counselling Centre (SDECC) is specialised in Drug and Alcohol issues for people from 14 to 25 years old.