The Multicultural Disability Association (MDAA) is a statewide advocacy service for people from non-English speaking background (NESB) with a disability. It aims to promote, protect and secure the rights and interests of people from NESB with a disability and their families and carers. MDAA provides:"Individual and systemic advocacy on behalf of people from NESB with a disability and their families and carers."Information on issues relating to disability and ethnicity"Training and education to people from NESB with a disability, their families and carers, the government and non-government sectors.
NNC is an Incorporated Association providing community services in the inner west of Sydney. We provide services to the aged, people with disabilities, people with mental illness, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people on low incomes. We provide information and advice on community and public services, emergency accommodation, aged services, council services, children's services, and a variety of other support services. We provide a community space supporting different social and political groups and activities.
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
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
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.
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.