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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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The Footpath Library

The Footpath Library helps people experiencing homelessness engage their mind and feel socially included which has a positive impact on their mental health.

The Gender Centre

The Gender Centre Inc. is the peak state-wide multidisciplinary center of excellence providing a broad range of specialised services that enables the exploration of gender identity and assistance with the alleviation of gender dysphoria. They support trans and gender expressive people at every stage of their journey as they explore their authentic sense of self. This includes for some of their clients transitional support pre, mid, and post transition.

The Northern Centre

The Northern Centre is a non-government organisation and registered charity. Our mission is to help grow resilient and thriving communities while strengthening individuals. We work collaboratively with families and individuals of all ages to support and help build healthy lives. Our services are provided in a confidential setting. They provide support across Ryde, St. Ives, Hunters Hill, Lane Cove, North Sydney, Mosman, Willoughby, Ku-Ring-Gai, Epping.

The Station Ltd

The Station Ltd is a drop in centre is for men and women who are experiencing homelessness and/or unemployment. We are a service that targets individuals with, mental health issues and/or drug and alcohol problems, gambling concerns and those who are chronically homeless and sleeping rough.

Tumut Regional Family Services Inc.

To address homelessness situations Tumut offer crisis accommodation for women over the age of 18 - both with and without children. They can also provide medium term supported housing, case management domestic and family violence support advocacy and living skills training.

Uniting Care Ageing

Uniting is responsible for the social justice, community services and chaplaincy work of the Uniting Church in NSW and the ACT, providing care and support for people through all ages and stages of life and with a focus on people experiencing disadvantage and vulnerability. Their purpose is to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.

Uniting Doorways SHS

A free service for men with families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and are living or seek to live in the Macarthur area. Support in finding accommodation, accessing other health, family, financial, employment and community services, with caseworker assistance to work through issues towards a positive future.

Vincentian House

Vincentian House is a crisis accommodation and case management service for families and women. Crisis Accommodation is provided onsite and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are funded by Family and Community Services, Specialist Homeless Services and the St Vincent De Paul Society NSW. Vincentian House is part of St Vincent De Paul Society NSW Support Services.

Way2Home

Way2Home works in partnership with health services, general practitioners and other community services to address the needs of people with complex health needs and long histories of sleeping rough. This service works with people with complex needs who are sleeping rough. Outreach workers directly engage with people on the streets offering assistance and case management. The service has a housing first approach, which focuses on helping clients access and sustain long-term supported housing solutions. Neami Way2Home is a partnership between Neami National, the NSW Government, the City of Sydney.

Wayside Chapel

Wayside Chapel’s Community Services Centre’s (CSC) – one in Kings Cross and one in Bondi – have been providing community services to members of the eastern suburbs since 1964. CSC staff and volunteers work together, seven days a week, to provide those of our community who are experiencing homelessness and social isolation with a safe space and vital essentials such as showers and emergency clothing, as well as information and referral services within the Inner City.

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