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.
Offers tailored support to people with mental illnesses and work with legal agencies to ensure people with mental illnesses in the criminal justice system are appropriately supported and taken care of.
WIP aims to provide support to women affected by the criminal justice system and aims to protect women from unnecessarily being imprisoned to avoid the damage it causes.
This is a coalition of 110 organisations looking to implement reforms in the criminal justice system in order for it to become fairer and more effective.
This organisation aims to prevent women from being involved with the justice system and avoid entering an offending cycle and they do this by offering women the support they need by providing services, including mental health treatment, to ensure women are able to lead a better life.
This organisation aims to create a fair and effective justice system. Their main objectives include avoiding imprisonment and instead having community solutions, improving the conditions and the way prisoners and their families are treated as well as promoting equality and human rights in the justice system.
Prisoners Abroad offers support and essentials to British citizens being held in prisons overseas. They provide them with vitamins and food, emergency medical care, water filters, freepost envelopes and books/magazines to make it easier on the prisoners and prevent serious medical conditions.
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.
West Street has counselling and groups for Children and Adults who have experienced sexual assault. Services provided include: Counselling for child sexual assault Groups for survivors of Child Sexual Assault
WHOS (We Help Ourselves) utilises the therapeutic community model of treatment offering a number of residential therapeutic programs to clients with alcohol and other drug issues which may also include coexisting mental health conditions. Within the Therapeutic Community model of care WHOS involves consumers and their feedback at all levels of operation. WHOS offers a variety of residential treatment programs such as separate men's and women's services, mixed gender services, rural and regionally located services, specific pharmacotherapy residential programs for clients currently on methadone or buprenorphine requiring stabilisation or a separate program for those pursuing reduction or abstinence options.