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Forum of Australian Services for Survivors of Torture and Trauma (FASSTT)

Forum of Australian Services for Survivors of Torture and Trauma (FASSTT)

Woolloongabba, QLD 4102

FASSTT is a network of agencies that respond to the needs of survivors of torture and trauma who have come to Australia from other countries. Most of our clients are from refugee backgrounds. There is a FASSTT member agency in each capital city. FASSTT agencies provide a range of services including counselling, group work, capacity building, case consultation and training.
Companion House - Assisting Survivors of Torture and Trauma

Companion House - Assisting Survivors of Torture and Trauma

COOK, ACT 2614

Companion House is a not-for profit organisation that assists torture and trauma survivors to settle in Australia. Its services include medical care, counselling and immigration advice.
White Wreath Association Ltd

White Wreath Association Ltd

Browns Plains, QLD 4118

Our main aim is to raise funds for people who suffer a mental illness and who are suicidal. Suicide is common, affecting most Australian families directly or indirectly. It can strike a child, a brother, a grandparent or a co-worker. It can strike anyone from any background and at any stage of life, from childhood to old age. No community is unaffected, no school or workplace is untouched.
Wellways

Wellways

Services across Victoria, the ACT and Tasmania

Fairfield, VIC 3078

Wellways is one of Australia's largest and leading psychiatric disability support organizations working with people with mental illness, their families and friends to improve their well being. It aims to raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.
Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

Arncliffe, NSW 2205

A worldwide fellowship of men and women who Have a desire to stop drinking. AA offers a program of total abstinence with the support of regular meetings and Twelve Steps for recovery. The organisation has more than 2 million members in 150 countries.
Mental Health in Multicultural Australia

Mental Health in Multicultural Australia

Deakin West, ACT 2600

Mental health and suicide prevention resources (books and fact sheet on 15 mental health topics translated into over 20 languages) for Australians from non-English speaking backgrounds. Subscribe to our free publications, Synergy magazine and E-Bulletin for the latest information about multicultural mental health matters.
Australian Drug Foundation

Australian Drug Foundation

Melbourne, VIC 3000

Celebrating more than 55 years of service to the community, the Australian Drug Foundation is Australia’s leading body committed to preventing alcohol and other drug problems in communities around the nation. Our aim is to create an Australian culture that supports people to live healthy, safe and satisfying lives, unaffected by drug and alcohol problems.
BluePages Depression Information

BluePages Depression Information

Evidence based depression information

Canberra, ACT 2601

BluePages Depression Information is a comprehensive online source of information about depression compiled by the Australian National University. It provides information about the symptoms of depression and how it is diagnosed, which medical, psychological and alternative treatments work for depression (and which don't).
 

Karralika Programs Inc.

Tuggeranong, ACT 2901

The Karralika Programs Inc. range of programs include residential and community programs such as The Karralika Therapeutic Community, The Nexus Program (incorporating the Men's Halfway House Program and After-care Program), Relapse Prevention Program, Personal Support Programme the Sober Driver Program and REVERSED: an education program to help you driver sober.
 

The Mental Health Legal Centre Inc.

Carlton, VIC 3053

One of the The Mental Health Legal Centre's aim is to assist people with a psychiatric disability who otherwise would not have access to legal advice/advocacy. The centre also provides community legal education for consumers of psychiatric services and their carers, professionals and the general public.

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