Our commissioned services address key priority areas such as Aboriginal health, alcohol and other drugs, chronic conditions, end of life care, and mental health and suicide prevention. You can search for services we help fund, by using the 'Commissioned services' category tag below. To narrow the range of results showing below, you can choose more than one category option to filter your search.
PLEASE NOTE: this is not a complete list of all the support services available across South Eastern NSW. If you can't find a specific service you need or to find other health care services in your local area, visit healthdirect. In an emergency, please call 000.
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South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation (SCMSAC) delivers the 'Strong Foundations' school-based mental health literacy and help-seeking program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in years 3–6. Social and emotional wellbeing service for family members requiring additional support.Read more
Strong Yawa After Hours Support Line (Waminda)commissioned
Strong Yawa provides an after hours support line for Aboriginal women and children, delivered by Waminda. Available after 5pm, all calls are confidential and will be treated with respect.Read more
Telecare for Kidscommissioned
Provided by Royal Far West, Telecare for Kids is a program that connects children across regional and remote Australia to allied health services via video-link, without needing to leave their local community. Telecare for Kids is available to children aged 0–15 and their families living in South Eastern NSW.Read more
The Disability Trust - Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Programcommissioned
Free non-clinical support for people 16 years and over with a severe and complex mental health condition. Also provides support to apply for NDIS if primarily 'Psychosocial Disability' and Service Navigation. Available via telehealth and across multiple locations. Visit the Disability Trust website to find a location near you.Read more
The Multicultural Communities Council of the Illawarra (MCCI) - Advanced Care Planningcommissioned
The Multicultural Communities Council of the Illawarra (MCCI) promotes advance care planning to people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds through their 'Think, Talk, Record' approach.Read more
Waminda: South Coast Women's Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporationcommissioned
Waminda is a culturally safe and holistic service, providing women and their Aboriginal families an opportunity to belong and receive quality health and well-being support. Their key focus is to provide tailored strength based care in the Shoalhaven and Illawarra.Read more