The justice team of Nacro works on helping young and adult prisoners and offenders, by offering a range of services to help people change their lives and prevent and reduce crime and risk of reoffending. They offer services in prisons and in communities to help people improve and reduce the risk of offending/reoffending.
The National Association for Loss & Grief (NSW) Incorporated (NALAG) was founded in 1977 after the Granville train disaster. The aim of NALAGis to encourage and promote professional and community education and support in the area of loss, grief and trauma. NALAG has been involved with the establishment of many of the loss and grief support groups throughout NSW and has recently developed the Blue Healers Depression, Stress & Anxiety Program.
Areas of Practice:- All aspects of Criminal Law- AVOs- Traffic Matters- Drink Driving- Assaults- Sexual Offences- Local Court- District Court- Supreme Court- High Court- Court of Criminal Appeal- Corporate Fraud- Commissions of Enquiry- Trial Advocacy- Police Integrity Commission - Independent Commission against Corruption- Crime Commission
The NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS) works with and for people experiencing poverty and disadvantage to see positive change in our communities.
When rates of poverty and inequality are low, everyone in NSW benefits. With 80 years of knowledge and experience informing our vision, NCOSS is uniquely placed to bring together civil society to work with government and business to ensure communities in NSW are strong for everyone.
As the peak body for health and community services in NSW we support the sector to deliver innovative services that grow and evolve as needs and circumstances evolve.
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
New Bridge is a volunteer-run befriending service for prisoners. Volunteers offer emotional support to prisoners who lack the support of their friends and families and feel isolated. Volunteers write letters and visit prisoners to allow them to integrate into the community successfully and lower risk of reoffending. It also allows them to stay in touch with the outside world.
New Horizons provides support to adults with a mental illness, intellectual disability, acquired brain injury or dual diagnosis and the frail aged. Services are provided in the Sydney, Katoomba, Central Coast, Hunter, Mid North Coast and Northern Rivers areas of NSW. Our Head Office is located in North Ryde. Support Services include: l Disability Employment ' Australian Disability Enterprise l Accommodation support l HASI ' Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative l DHASI ' Developmental Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative l PHaMS ' Personal Helpers and Mentors Service l YPIRAC ' Young People in Residential Aged Care Program l Job Network l Disability Employment Network l Outreach services l Pre vocational support l Primary and secondary health care l Transition from a correctional facility l Community disability aged care l Residential aged care