If you’re at risk, need help with building your skills for life, find a safe place to call home or with parenting skills, we’re here to help you. We can provide you with both practical and emotional support through our wide range of services such as family support, mentoring programs, respite, housing, financial education and much more.
If you have school-aged children and need to attend to personal business, we offer out of school hours care and vacation care in a safe and secure environment where your child will grow and learn.
If your family is experiencing challenges that may impact your child’s safety, welfare or wellbeing, we offer a voluntary program designed to support you to stay together.
If you need help juggling the responsibilities of raising a young family while working or further learning, we can help you set your own meaningful goals and pursue them.
Become an ‘auntie’ or ‘uncle’ for a child up to 12 years old and invest into them with mentoring, care and guidance.
We understand the importance of building strong family relationships and we can help you connect as one family unit through our broad range of support services.
Whether you’re a corporate, school, community or church group, we’ll tailor an experiential learning and team building experience in the great outdoors to meet your group’s needs.
If you’re a young person, we can provide you with practical and emotional support with managing your relationships, mental health, schooling and employment.
If you’re a young person looking for an older role model to provide support and guidance, we can connect you with a mentor who’s committed to making a difference in your life.
If you’re a young person aged 12-18 years old living along New South Wales’ Central Coast, we can help you with income support, health, accommodation, addiction, justice, relationship support and more.
If you’re a 15-18-year-old and living in Western Sydney, we can support you with building your career through leadership skills development, increasing your job readiness and links to training or employment.
If you’re a child or young person up to 18 years of age and at risk of developing mental illness, we can help you build skills and confidence to overcome barriers and achieve your goals.
We can help your family stay together by identifying risks to your child or teenager’s safety, welfare and wellbeing and supporting them through our services.
Wesley Intensive Therapeutic Care, Significant Disability
Supporting young people with significant disability to have homes for life and provide daily care to meet their needs
If you’re a young person under the age of 18, we can provide you with temporary or short-term care, permanent or long-term care, adoption, specialist foster care and respite care.
We support your connection with your birth family while living in foster care by arranging regular, supervised and safe transport options.
If you’re a young person aged 15-25 years old living in foster care, we can help you transition from out-of-home care to living independently with accommodation and life skills support.
We can support you through adoption process to provide a permanent, loving and supportive home for a young person living in foster care.
If you’re a mum living in NSW with children under the age of five and living with a mental health condition, we can provide you with psychosocial support, parenting skills training and practical living skills.
Free, independent and confidential counselling to help you take control of your finances if you’re experiencing financial difficulty.
A free service available throughout New South Wales by telephone, email and in person to support you with gambling addiction.
Support and resources if you’re facing financial distress or hardship in a time of crisis from Richmond/Tweed right down to Sydney and the Illawarra.
Support and services to help you avoid eviction and potential homelessness, for when that unexpected event knocks you off track.
If your family needs emergency accommodation, we can help you find a safe place to stay in Parramatta and the Hills, Liverpool and Fairfield, and the Central Coast.
If you’re a young person facing hardship, experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness, we can offer crisis refuge for 14-17-year-olds and transitional housing for 16-25-year-olds in Coffs Harbour, Bellingen, Bowraville and Nambucca regions.