Lifeline Bushfire Recovery provides 24hrs recovery support for those affected by bushfire disasters.
Turing Point is a not-for-profit community welfare and drop-in centre located in Camden, and we are here to help.
We have an incredible team of volunteers waiting to meet you, listen to your story and talk about how you would like to be supported. We provide support to men women and families who may be experiencing food shortage, isolation, domestic and family violence, homelessness, addiction, relationship breakdown, mental illness, facing legal matters, long term unemployment, need an advocate, resume support or assistance with paperwork. For further information about our services and programs, head to our website. Remember, If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes – We look forward to meeting you.
Camden Valley Church
We are a protestant church usually meeting weekly in the hall at Mawarra Public School,
68 Macarthur Rd, Elderslie each Sunday at 10am. We are likely to be meeting there again (after COVID-19 lockdown) near the end of October, 2021. In the meantime, find us on Facebook or find the link on our website and join us for our online services, just after 10am on Sundays. We would love you to join us! Our Senior pastor is Rev. Peter Wilson and our mission statement is ‘Transforming Lives by Helping People Connect with Jesus Christ.’
Services for anyone impacted by the bushfires in Wollondilly or Wingecaribee Shires
Courses, workshops and other resources to support mental health recovery.
Mental is a platform for the community to connect, supported by a variety of innovative programs and events.
Providing 24/7 mental health support, both online and by phone, delivered by mental health professionals (in conjunction with Medibank).
‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’ introduces you to five simple and effective ways to improve your psychological and emotional health that are based on extensive international research.
A mental health professional will answer your call about mental health concerns for you or someone you are concerned about, including children, teens, adults and older people.
National services that provides free 24/7 phone, video and online professional counselling to people who are affected by suicide.
CoMHET provides a timely response for people experiencing an acute mental health need in the community. CoMHET has strong partnerships with emergency care services.
The Domestic Violence Help Line can arrange emergency accommodation and negotiate with other government departments, such as Health or Housing, to find additional support services for people who need them due to domestic violence.
National Indigenous Critical Response Service provides emotional and practical support to bereaved families and individuals impacted by suicide or other traumatic loss. Our advocates are experienced in listening and providing culturally responsive support.
Sydney metropolitan: (02) 9361 8000 Regional and rural NSW: 1800 422 599
ADIS provides 24 hour 7 day a week telephone counselling, support, referrals and information for those affected by alcohol or other drugs.
Online text-based counselling for people concerned about their own drinking or drug use. The service is also available to concerned family members, relatives and friends.
This telephone helpline provides opiate pharmacotherapy information (including methadone and buprenorphine), referrals, advice and a forum for pharmacotherapy concerns.
Short-term counselling and emotional and psychological support services for carers and their families.
A free, private and confidential telephone and online counselling services for people aged 5 to 25.
Information, online and phone counselling for young people 12 to 25 years old, who can contact trained mental health professionals 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
The helpline has trained, experienced and trauma-informed counsellors, male and female, support adult survivors of childhood trauma and abuse, their partners, family and friends, health professionals and anyone in the workplace working with people who have experienced childhood trauma and abuse.
Provides telephone counselling, information and referrals for men who have anger, relationship or parenting issues. The service also providers help to women (or other family members) who are experiencing violence or controlling behaviour by men.
The Transcultural Mental Health Centre (TMHC) works with people from culturally and linguistically (CALD) diverse communities, health professionals and partner organisations across NSW to support good mental health.
QLife phone and web chat are open from 3pm until midnight every day. QLife provides anonymous and free LGBTI peer support and referral for people want to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.
STARTTS’ services are free for people of any age who have survived torture or trauma or both and are refugees, asylum seekers, from refugee-like backgrounds.