Parramatta Mission provides vital services to the community throughout Sydney's west. Our aim is to provide relevant and practical support programs that interlock with the life of our vibrant and diverse city. By responding to the needs of people in crisis with empathy and understanding, community spirit is upheld, social justice is promoted and opportunities for change and acceptance are created. For over twenty years the Mission's driving focus has been to create a caring and healthy community through the instigation of practical and supportive programs.
We offer a range of programs and tailored support services focused on the individual needs of each person we support. This includes Lifestyle, Living, Employment and Health streams. At the heart of what we do is a commitment to working alongside individuals and focusing on their strengths to enable individual achievement and recovery.
Official Visitors are appointed by the NSW Minister for Health to visit people in mental health inpatient facilities in NSW and are available to assist consumers on community treatment orders.
Official Visitors are independent from the health system and come from the community from a range of cultural, professional and personal backgrounds.
They aim to safeguard standards of treatment and care, and advocate for the rights and dignity of people being treated under the NSW Mental Health Act 2007.
They make regular visits to all inpatient psychiatric facilities across NSW, they talk to patients, inspect records and registers, and report on the standard of facilities and services. They liaise with staff about any issues or concerns and report any problems to the Principal Official Visitor and/or the Minister for Health.
NSW RAPE CRISIS CENTRE Working Against Sexual Violence ' NSW RCC Accepts Indigenous Rights in Australia NSW Rape Crisis Centre provides 24/7 telephone and online crisis counselling to anyone who has been impacted by sexual violence, and trauma counselling for women who were sexually assaulted when they were children.
Welcome to the NSWNA website. The New South Wales Nurses' Association (NSWNA) is the registered union for all nurses in New South Wales. The Association represents the industrial interest of nurses employed under all awards and agreements registered in this State in both the public and private sectors. Its role is to protect the interests of nurses and the nursing profession.
Through quality education and training enable improvements to the mental health and wellbeing of people in NSW and beyond and the lives of those who work with them.
We offer education and training for: psychiatrists, general practitioners, mental health professionals, people who use mental health services, carers of people with mental health problems, staff of community managed organisations and members of the community.
We also offer extensive experience in mental health project management and development of customised training, specifically tailored to meet the training needs of organisations.
The NSW Institute of Psychiatry's charter directs us to provide a broad range of education and training initiatives directed towards the full spectrum of people involved in the area of mental health. This includes community workers in NGOs.
he NSW Disability Discrimination Legal Centre is a community legal centre.The Centre provides free information, advice and representation in relation to disability discrimination law for people with a disability, their associates, disability organisations and community legal centres. The service is completely confidential. The Centre also provides community legal education services. Information seminars and training workshops are delivered for community legal centres, disability organisations and a variety of other organisations. The Centre will provide interpreters, including Amlan, as required. The Centre employs a full time solicitor, and a full-time manager. The Centre is assisted by volunteer law students. The Centre provides a state wide service and country clients can contact the Centre on toll free numbers. Telephone advice sessions are held three times weekly. Face to face interviews are available by appointment.