Our Members

Our members provide a wide range of services and programs that can be accessed in a community setting. If you work in or around mental health and are interested in becoming a Homelessness NSW member apply now.

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2Connect Youth & Community

2 Connect offer a range of holistic complimentary services relating to alcohol and other drugs, finding employment, supporting individuals who are at risk or are homeless, helping youth reconnect with their family or school and running successful community development projects to address local specific needs and issues.

Aboriginal Corporation for Homeless and Rehabilitation Community Services

Aboriginal Corporation for Homeless and Rehabilitation Community Services is specific to Aboriginal families, women with children, men with children, single women, single men and youth who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council of NSW – Training

The Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council are the peak body for Aboriginal health in NSW, and are devoted to working in partnership with Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services, government and non-government agencies in order to improve health outcomes for the Aboriginal peoples of New South Wales.

Aboriginal Women & Children’s Crisis Service

The Aboriginal Women & Children’s Crisis Service provides a safe place for Aboriginal women and children escaping domestic and family violence.

Adele House Ltd

Adele is a nine to 12 month residential alcohol amd drug rehabilitation treatment program for men aged over 18 years, who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Albury City Council

Albury City Council is the facilitator of a thriving, resilient and liveable city full of opportunities, and the custodians of an environment like no other. They ensure Albury is a great place to live, work and invest.

Alice’s Support Services

Alice's Support Services provides support to families that are homeless or at risk of homelessness and experiencing mental health issues. They provide a holistic approach to achieve outcomes for client’s mental well-being whilst working towards securing long term housing.

Armajun Aboriginal Health Service

The need for an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service (ACCHS) in Inverell and surrounding district was identified by members of the local Aboriginal communities. Local community people began meeting in 1990 to discuss establishing a community controlled health service and registered Armajun Aboriginal Health Service Incorporated on the 25th January 1992. Armajun became an Aboriginal Corporation under ORIC in 2015. The name Armajun means “Open Minded”. Armajun A.H.S. offers comprehensive holistic primary health care services to Inverell, Armidale, Tingha, Ashford, Glen Innes and Tenterfield communities.

Asylum Seekers Centre

The Asylum Seekers Centre is a place of welcome and support. They provide practical help for people seeking asylum in Greater Sydney and advocate for fair and humane policies for refugees and people seeking asylum.

B Miles Women’s Foundation

B Miles supports women living with a mental illness who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.

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