Servicing individuals needing counselling, and support navigating medical or social services. Free Service. Virtual only.
Foster care, Survive and Thrive parenting support/early intervention (referral only). Emergency relief food support and limited financial assistance through assessment. NILS- no interest loans scheme. Case work support services – transport, youth work, family contact supported through alternative arrangements.
Anglicare will continue to provide essential services to vulnerable people within our community with the aim to keep families safe and connected. We will continue to deliver the service to our highest quality, though hoping the community understands the limitations of resources in this unprecedented time. If you think we could possibly assist please give us a call to discuss what services we can offer you.
Children between the ages of 0-18 that have or are at risk of developing a mental illness.
Able to complete over the phone or via Skype/Zoom sessions that focus on the child’s mental health, teaching the child how to identify body indicators and how to manage mental health using basic techniques. No cost for service. Referral form needed to be completed, can be sent via email.
Headspace provides mental health services and care to young people aged 12-25 years. Headspace has transitioned its services to phone and online. Referrals to our service can be made by phoning 02 6369 9300, or emailing [email protected]
For carers of someone with a mental illness. Providing individual support over phone, email, through online video conferencing program Zoom. Groups will be held through Zoom.
Request where possible to email or phone for assistance. Most employees will be working from home.
Help our tenants stay in their homes and offer links to homelessness services. Address enquiries regarding tenancy and rental payments.
Provide a range of accommodation services and community programs, and continue to offer property viewings and sign new tenants.
Continue to provide normal services at our Orange office, which will be open 9-5 Monday to Friday to support Domestic Family Violence and Homelessness clients.
All services offered via phone/telehealth (Zoom).
Mental Health care; Employment & Training support.
Access to GPs, psychologists, social workers & more.
LikeMind Orange is for you if you are currently experiencing or have experienced a mental health related issue and are willing to participate in your recovery.
LiveBetter Community Services is following government directives around what services can be provided, and continues to run essential services including Disability Accommodation (SIL), Home Care Services, Preschools, Long Day Care and Vacation Care, Community Transport, and Home Modifications & Maintenance. We are taking added safety precautions to ensure the protection of both our clients and our staff, with all service delivery staff provided extra training in infection control, PPE and emergency procedures. Schedules and timetables may be subject to change, so contact LiveBetter for current information.
Lives Lived Well are continuing to support the community with drug & alcohol counselling and support, for both existing and new clients, remotely through this time. Please use the website link for new referrals, or alternatively email or call Teresa Ward, Team Leader, Orange Community Outreach. LLW residential services will transition to online and phone support for incoming referrals and current clients. We will continue to support clients by phone and video until such a time we can return to face to face contact.
For young people aged 15-24. TTW provides assistance to young people aged 15-24 years who are not in employment or education. The service provides intensive, pre-employment support to improve the work readiness of young people and to help them into work (including Apprenticeships and Traineeships) or education. We are currently providing remote servicing to participants and are able to commence new participants into the program.