Reconnect Mental Health is a service that is committed to providing young people and families with the support they need to help restore healthy relations within the family and wider community. In providing this service we work with young people, 12-18 years old, and their families where the young person has recently left home or is at risk of early home leaving, and where there are mental health concerns.
Reconnect Mental Health is also committed to developing community capacity through offering education and training; consultancy and support; and mental health information and resources.
Reconnect is a Commonwealth Government initiative to prevent youth homelessness, and is auspiced by The Salvation Army- Oasis Youth Support Network.
The Refugee Council of Australia (RCOA) is the national umbrella body for refugees and the organisations and individuals who support them. It has more than 130 organisational members and 250 individual members. Formed in 1981, RCOA is a non-profit organisation registered as an incorporated association in the Australian Capital Territory. It is funded through contributions from its members and by project grants from philanthropic bodies and government agencies.
This service offers support and treatment to people with mental illness who are involved with the police, court or prison. They can help place you in a secure hospital if needed with programmes to help you understand why you have committed a criminal offence and also help with drug/alcohol and anger problems.
This is a national charity agency aiming to change systems and improve services for people with problems such as poor mental health, and who are repeatedly coming in contact with the criminal justice system. They do this through policy and research, partnership and development and service user involvement.
Vision: To enable full participation within a diverse and inclusive community.
Mission: To work in the community with people with a mental health issue or psychosocial disability, their families and carers to provide recovery orientated supports and resources.
What we value: Hopes and dreams, people focus and individual strengths, inclusion, partnership, diversity and recovery journeys.
ROBERTSON O'GORMANhas established itself as the leading criminal law firm in Queensland.Terry O'Gorman and our solicitors have created and maintained individual reputations in all facets of criminal practice. The results we have achieved for our clients speak for themselves.Our clients include lawyers, accountants, businessmen, public servants and many average citizens that have the misfortune to come into contact with the criminal law.So often we find that intervention at an early stage radically alters the consequences to our clients. Conversely, the involvement of lawyers without knowledge in the area can seriously prejudice the clients' position.As in other walks of life, experience counts and at Robertson O'Gorman we are in a unique position to provide you or your clients with the experience needed to obtain the best possible outcome.We offer a discreet, professional service which focuses on the interests of the client.