Anglicare

What and who do they service? Mental health programs provide one-on-one and group support from the north to the south of Adelaide to those dealing with mental illness, disability (primarily acquired brain injury), alcohol and other drug misuse – or a combination of these. Services include assistance to find and retain accommodation, social engagement, life-skills development, personal care and at times, crisis management. About the Organisation: Anglicare retains strong links with the Anglican church, and expresses God’s […]

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ARAFMI

ARAFMI Organisation: Carers SA ARAFMI (Assisting Relatives And Families of People with Mental Illness) What and who do they service? Carers SA ARAFMI offers a broad range of services to support carers and families of people with a mental illness. Services include: information and education about mental illness; carer advocacy; face to face and telephone counselling and referral; peer support via carer support group meetings and social support activities. About the Organisation: Carers SA ARAFMI […]

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Baptist Care (SA)

Organisation: Baptist Care (SA) Inc. (formerly Baptist Community Services) What and who do they service? Baptist Care (SA) provides a variety of services to disadvantaged and marginalized people around the state. The organisation assists people with mental illness and provides them with services to manage their illness and to acquire employment. The organisation also provides a city day centre and country psychosocial support services. About the Organisation: Baptist Care (SA) is the community services agency of the Baptist […]

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Carers SA

Organisation: Carers SA What and who do they service? Carers provide care and ongoing support to family members and friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness or who are frail and aged. The organisation provide services such as emotional support and counseling, research, policy and systematic change, regional and remote carer peer support, practical support and respite, education and development, and carer awareness and events. About the Organisation –  Carers SA aims to promote, […]

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Centacare

What and who do they service? Centacare encompasses a range of sectors including disability, family, youth and children, health and wellbeing, employment and training, homelessness and domestic violence. Centacare offers services to mental health including ASCEND Suicide Prevention Program, mental rehabilitation services, and early intervention services for young people, and their families, where there is a risk for homelessness or mental health concerns, as well as drug and alcohol services. About the Organisation: As the […]

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Community Support Inc.

What and who do they service? Community Support Inc. offers quality in-home and community support services for people with a disability and the ageing. Services include assistance in personal care, respite care, domestic assistance, home and garden maintenance, social support, shopping assistance, and training in living skills. About the Organisation: Community Support Inc. has a vision to support and empower consumers and their families. Their mission is to provide a service of excellence that is responsive to […]

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Diamond Clubhouse SA Inc.

What and who do they service? This organisation provides services including: independent living skills, vocational skills, computer tuition, office training, cooking classes, safe food handling, catering, hall hire, growing vegetables, lunch available daily, annual camp, café experience, drama, games, tai chi, sport and recreation, women’s group, Diamond Notes Choir and social activities. About the Organisation: Diamond Clubhouse SA Inc. is a psychosocial rehabilitation program. It is a community organised to support individuals living with the […]

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Grow SA

GROW is Australia’s only national peer support organisation.  GROW is a grass roots organisation with participants of GROW providing the leadership of the organisation at the branches and the national Board. What and who do they service? GROW is a national organisation that provides a peer supported program for growth and personal development to people with a mental illness and those people experiencing difficulty in coping with life’s challenges. The program is designed for people to […]

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Helping Hand Aged Care

As a South Australian not-for-profit organisation our mission is to provide an innovative and broad range of residential and community based services, enabling the best feasible quality of life for older people. What and who do they service?  Services include help in the home, Residential care, independent living units, Short term unit, supported residential facilities, help for carers, counseling and advice and therapy services. We can offer a wide variety of support to help you to […]

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Kids Helpline

A free phone line for children to reach out for support. Contact: 1800 55 1800

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Life Without Barriers

The largest provider of out of home care in Australia and our workforce numbers more than 3,000 employees, carers, contractors and volunteers. We support almost 2000 clients with high and complex needs in Australia and New Zealand. What and who do they service?  Services include family support and out of home care, disability, mental health, youth justice, refugees and asylum seekers, and homelessness All mental health support services in Life without Barriers operate within a […]

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Lifeline

Lifeline Organisation: Lifeline About the Organisation: Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. Locations: Metro and Country Contact details: Ph 13 11 14 (free call)

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Mental Illness Fellowship South Australia

  MIFSA is the largest specialist mental health non government organisation in South Australia.  MIFSA is part of a national body with branches across states and territories in Australia. MIFSA offers a diverse range of programs and services for people living with mental illness, carers and the community.  All our programs are delivered with the input and participation of people who themselves live with mental illness. What and who do they service? MIFSA services include: […]

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MIND

What and who do they service? Mind Mind is a leading provider of consumer-focused mental health services that support the personal recovery and wellbeing of people with mental health issues. Mind provides services to a range of clients including young people, families and carers.  Mind has significant experience in working with people who have a range of often complex issues resulting from mental illness. Staff at Mind support people to rebuild their lives, reconnect with […]

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Murray Mallee Consumer Advisory Group

What and who do they service? Was formed in 1997 and is a founding member of One Voice Network To provide a forum for Consumers and Advocates to work in partnership with Mental Health Service providers in planning, development, implementation, education and evaluation of services within the Murray Mallee Region. Locations: Country Contact Details: Ph: (08) 8569 1643 E: murraymalleecag@yahoo.com.au W: www.mmcag.websyte.com.au

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Neami National

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. Neami provides services in over 40 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 organisation works in a positive framework and believes that recovery is an […]

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One Voice Network Inc

What and who do they service? The One Voice Network Inc. promotes the recognition, ongoing support and empowerment of Consumer and Carer run Mental Health Activity & Resource Centres (MHARC’s). Rural Consumer, Carer and Community driven Mental Health Activity and Resource Centres need to be connected to thrive, survive and be able to encourage other such centres to open across Country SA. This organisation gains recognition & financial support for these facilities and connects with […]

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Panic Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive and Eating Disorders… (PACE)

Centacare’s PACE service is for individuals living with panic anxiety, obsessive compulsive and eating disorders and those that support them. Here at PACE we offer the following specialist services: Telephone support Brief face to face support Information and strategies Panic Anxiety Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Eating Disorders Friends and Relatives Online support for those in rural or isolated locations Referral pathways Advocacy supports Access to lived experienced Peer Workers Recovery support groups Workshops and seminars Regular […]

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SA Country Carers

What and who do they service? Country North Community Services provides a range of community programs in the Lower North of South Australia. Services include: Carers Link program which provides direct support for carers through support groups, counseling, advocacy, information, outings, retreats and a resource library; Respite Link provides in-home respite, overnight respite for carers or frail aged and/or people with dementia, respite for employed carers and mental health respite; Disability Link provides individual support […]

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STTARS – Survivors of Torture and Trauma Assistance

What and who do they service?  Assists people from a refugee and migrant background who have experienced torture or been traumatized as a result of persecution, violence, war or unlawful imprisonment prior to arrival in Australia. Provide counseling, natural therapies, education and training About the organisation:  A non-government, not for profit organisation with no political or religious affiliations Locations – Metro Contact Details: Ph: (08) 8206 8900 F:  (08) 8223 2218 E: sttars@sttars.org.au W: www.sttars.org.au

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The Station – Community Mental Health Centre

A non government not for profit community mental health initiative. About the organisation:  Open to all people, not just those with a mental illness “The Station” opened in May 1998 in Wallaroo South Australia. The idea was formed by a Mental Health Advocacy Group, with the Mood Disorders Association as an auspice body. The premise was provided by the District Council of the Copper Coast and is located in the Old Wallaroo Police Station. Services: – […]

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Uniting Care Wesley Bowden

What and who do they service? Uniting Care Wesley Bowden What and who do they service? UCWB helps people and families of all backgrounds to acquire the life skills and support they need to confidently and proudly create a fulfilled and stable future for themselves. We enable those who are experiencing personal, social or financial distress, to cope with their immediate situation with strength and dignity. UCWB services cover a range of service areas including: […]

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Uniting Care Wesley Port Adelaide

What and who do they service? UCWPA has 14 programs providing support to 420 consumers with varying levels of need in metropolitan Adelaide and country South Australia UCWPA Community Mental Health Programs work from a strengths perspective and embraces the developing principles of the recovery model. About the organisation: UCWPA was established in 1919 and is a community service agency of the Uniting Church in Australia (UCA) and part of Uniting Care Australia. Uniting Care […]

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Uniting Communities

What and who do they service? To assist people to overcome barriers to living life to the full To help build strong communities which are inclusive and which celebrate diversity To advocate for justice and fairness in our society To provide a positive environment that promotes the growth and development of our staff To use our resources in the most efficient and effective manner To strengthen our partnership with the wider community About the organisation: […]

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