Independent Community Living Australia is a community organisation established in 1987 and is an Australian company limited by guarantee.
We manage a number of residential services, providing long-term, secure and affordable accommodation and support services for people who have psychiatric and other disabilities.
ICLA believes that each of our residential clients has the right to the best care and support possible, that services are delivered in a safe and secure environment and that we are guided by the best principles of rehabilitation and recovery.
Joblink Plus is now a truly diverse organisation on a large-scale. We remain committed to providing local, tailored and dedicated employment services and solutions to every community that we’re part of.
HOME is a community initiative providing a loving place for nineteen men and women with enduring mental illness who cannot live independently, or may be at risk of homelessness. We are not here to help people. We are not here to hand out charity.
What shapes and drives HOME is that inspired by Christ, we seek to humbly walk alongside each other, recognising that our dignity and our freedom are caught-up in the dignity and freedom of those we serve and love; and To build a sense of self-worth and belonging to our residents, encouraging and supporting them to live productive and meaningful lives within their community.
We are an independent, community-based, not-for-profit health promotion charity. We provide information, support, referral and advocacy for people affected by hepatitis C in NSW.
We also provide workforce development and education services both to prevent the transmission of hepatitis C and to improve services for those affected by it.
Our team includes a range of people including Board members, paid staff and volunteers.
Family Drug Support was formed in 1997 after its founder Tony Trimingham lost his son to a heroin overdose. FDS is a caring, non-religious and non judgemental organisation. FDS is primarily made up of volunteers who have experienced first hand the trauma and chaos of having family members with drug dependency.
Most have travelled the same road.
The Exodus Foundation assists homeless and abandoned youth and other people in need. Exodus was founded in 1988 by the Reverend Bill Crews, Minister of the Ashfield Uniting Church. The Exodus Foundation runs the Loaves and Fishes Restaurant, a free restaurant serving upwards of 300 meals per day for the hungry. We also provide help and support services such as social workers
The Edmund Rice Centre is involved in a range of projects and activities across the four areas of its operation in research, community education, advocacy and networking. The Centre's objectives are to: Conduct and encourage research into the causes of poverty and inequity in society, especially with regard to youth and Indigenous Australians.Promote teaching that supports awareness, understanding and action in the areas of justice and community issues.Promote experiential learning activities through organised and reflective immersion programs in Australia and internationally.Encourage the development of skills in advocacy and social action.Facilitate liaison and networking opportunities amongst agencies involved in social justice and community education activities.