This service, previously known as Kaiyu Enterprises, provides mental health services in Newcastle. Kaiyu Samaritans Programs develop opportunities and support within the Hunter Valley (Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and surrounding areas) to assist people with a mental illness/psychiatric disability to have satisfying and valued lives as full members of the community.
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network is a state-wide Board-governed Specialty Network delivering health care to adults and young people in contact with the forensic mental health and criminal justice systems, across community, inpatient and custodial settings.
JewishCare is a not for profit organisation classed as a Public Benevolent Institution, endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient. JewishCare's Mission is support and strengthen the resilience and independence of community members in need. The four service areas of JewishCare are: child and family services which includes Domestic Violence programs, mental health programs, disability services and community aged services which helps older members of the community to live in their own homes. JewishCare offers over 25 programs which help 4,000 people each year.
The Manly Drug Education & Counselling Centre (MDECC) is a non-government organisation situated on Sydney's Northern Beaches. MDECC offers a range of programs aimed at reducing drug-related harm to young people, their families, and the community. These programs include health promotion, targeted intervention, and counselling/treatment programs. Mental health promotion is integrated across all program areas at MDECC.
Mai-Wel Group is the largest disability service provider in the Lower Hunter area and has been in operation for the past 50 years. The Organisation provides support and training for a diverse group of more than 500 people with a disability. Services are provided for people with a wide range of disabilities and include: DEEWR funded Disability Employment Services Programs, DEEWR funded Innovation Project aimed at improving the osical and economic participation of people with a disability, FACHSIA funded Business Enterprises, ADHS funded Transition to Work and Community Participation Programs, ADHC funded supported residential living, respite services, day programs and accommodation support programs.
MDS envisions a world where people with a disability participated fully in society and were valued and empowered to realise their potential.’ Through providing a range of services, activities and connections to a wide demographic of people including:
People with a disability
People with a mental illness
Lifeline provides 24/7 crisis support and suicide prevention services.
They offer several specialized services, including 24-hour telephone crisis counselling, online crisis support chat and affordable personal counselling (face-to-face).
Interchange respite Care NSW Inc offers no direct service to people with disabilities. Its clients are the service providers. It directs potential clients and volunteers to the respite service in their area. Community based respite care includes recreation and leisure activities as Peer Support.Interchange NSW convenes interagency meetings quarterly for peer support/recreation workers, for education, support and information exchange. It also holds state and regional conferences, orientation and in services education for service providers. Please ring for more information.