The Uniting Mental Health Project was started to develop and grow services that focus on prevention and early action to improve outcomes for those experiencing, or at risk of, a mental illness. One key focus for the Project is the development of training for staff to build on their knowledge and skills in the area of mental health.
WorkAbility's DisAbility Employment Service assists jobseekers with a disability or mental health condition to gain and maintain the employment of their choice at industry standard wages and conditions in their local community. The WorkAble Skills Project provides pre-employment training for jobseekers with a disability in Occupational Health and Safety, Manual Handling, Horticultural and Social Skills, in an Orchid Nursery Environment. FlexAbility provides flexible options for people with a disability or mental health condition, to gain and maintain social inclusion, independent living and the lifestyle of their choice through day activities. This provides a break for the parent carers over 65 years or Indigenous parent carers over 45 years.
We’re Woodville Alliance, a not-for-profit community organisation in Greater Western Sydney.
For over twenty years they been working toward healthier, happier lives for our community: those of us who are homeless, have disabilities, experience mental health worries, struggle with our families or feel left behind in life.
The Wayside Chapel draws people out of social isolation and invites them into the healing place of community. People marginalised by homelessness, mental health issues and substance abuse can turn to Wayside for compassion, tolerance and support.
Our community services centres in both Kings Cross and Bondi, youth space and outreach service, mental health program, twilight team, community cafe and our Aboriginal project are all designed to ensure the most disadvantaged members of our community have access to essential health, welfare, social and recreational services.
The Salvation Army has many and varied services to assist in alleviating poverty and human suffering. Some services may be contacted directly and these numbers are listed in the white pages of the telephone directory. Accommodation Services have silent numbers and may be contacted through each Divisional Headquarters, these numbers are also listed in the white pages.
We provide programs with a focus on employment sustainability including Disability Employment Services, Indigenous Employment Programs, mentoring programs for graduates (Grad Advance), school leaver programs, and training and advice to build your career.
For employers, we skillfully address your recruitment needs with selective candidate matching, government incentives advice, on the job training, and advice to support existing employee disability concerns. By taking a personal approach, in getting to know your business we can introduce you to innovative solutions that can benefit your business productivity.
The Lorna Hodgkinson Sunshine Home is a not-for-profit organisation that is committed to enhancing opportunities and relationships for people with disabilities, their families and the aged within their communities.