We care about your wellbeing, and we can support your mental health through our in-patient and day patient programs, psychiatric support, 24/7 crisis support, suicide prevention services and financial and gambling counselling
Offers telephone crisis support 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 13 11 14, for the cost of a local call (mobile phone calls are free of charge).
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.
Learn techniques for managing your workload and relationships with your colleagues by enrolling in our ‘Mental Health and Resilience in the Workplace’ training.
We provide suicide prevention services that educate and empower local communities, supporting people most at risk.
Join a union of people and organisations working together towards suicide prevention Australia-wide, from urban centres to remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Professional suicide prevention training to equip you with the tools to recognise and help someone who is at risk, across metropolitan, regional, rural and remote Australia.
Compassionate care in treatment areas including drug and alcohol addiction, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Join our multidisciplinary, expert team of psychologists, dietitians, therapists and counsellors by renting a consulting room to work together with us in helping us serve the most in need in our community.
Free, independent and confidential counselling to help you take control of your finances if you’re experiencing financial difficulty.
If you’re considering taking that first courageous step out of problem gambling, we’re here to help you on your journey.
A free service available throughout New South Wales by telephone, email and in person to support you with gambling addiction.
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 their goals.
If you’re a young person aged 12-18 years old on New South Wales’ Central Coast, we can help you with income support, health, accommodation, addiction, justice, relationship support and more.
Support and services to help you avoid eviction and potential homelessness, for when that unexpected event knocks you off track.
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.