Mission Australia (Regional NSW) Fact Sheets.

Mission Australia
  • pdf icon Family Support Service – Broken Hill

    This Service offers services to families within the Broken Hill area, through one on one case work and parenting focused group work. The service supports people regardless of their circumstances to improve their ability to cope and provide an adequate child-rearing environment. Whilst empowering the family to focus on their strengths.
  • pdf icon Youth Connections – Upper Darling & Central Macquarie Regions

  • pdf icon Youth Connections – Far West & Murray Darling Regions

    Youth Connections supports young people who are at risk of disengaging from education. It offers flexible case managed support and services that focus strongly on achieving outcomes that are prioritised toward personal development and a successful transition through education and onto further education, training or work.
  • pdf icon Reconnect – Far West – Broken Hill

    Reconnect is an early intervention homelessness service, working with young people aged between 12-18 who are disconnected from their families or education. Reconnect works one-on-one or providing group work such as self esteem workshops, anger management programs, sexual health and drug and alcohol intervention.
  • pdf icon Resource & Recovery – Dubbo

    The Resource & Recovery Program is designed to support people who are recovering from a mental illness by providing ongoing support in gaining employment and/or education and training. Support is also offered to assist clients in gaining improved access to community, leisure and recreational opportunities under the Mental Health Specialist Outreach Program. It also aims to assist clients with maintaining a high level of mental and physical health and aims to promote independence.
  • pdf icon Post Release Support Program – Central West

    The Post Release Support Program aims to assist juvenile offenders overcome offending behaviour and reintegrate into their community. The program aims to provide clients with knowledge and skills, allowing them to address their offending behaviour after they are released from a juvenile justice centre.
  • pdf icon PHAM – Personal Helpers & Mentors

    The Aim – The Personal Helpers and Mentors program (PHAM) aims to assist people who have a severe functional limitation as a result of mental illness to reengage in community life, provide improved access to services and provide living skills training.
  • pdf icon OYASS – Orange Youth Accomodation Support Service

    The Aim – OYASS provides support to young people aged between 16 and 24 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Orange community.
  • pdf icon FCM – Family Case Management

    FCM is for families that repeatedly come into contact with numerous service providers but still struggle to improve their situation. The Program aims to assist these families using integrated case management, accessing local Government and non-Government service providers. Mission Australia delivers FCM in Orange, Leeton and Narrandera.
  • pdf icon Brighter Futures Program – Orana Far West

    The Brighter Futures (Early Intervention) Program is a voluntary targeted program designed for families encountering problems that impact on their ability to care for their children. The program provides families with the necessary support and services to help prevent an escalation of the problems they are facing.
  • pdf icon Bilingali – Orange

    The Aim – Bilingali provides support to Aboriginal people 16 years and older that are detached from families, are at risk of being homeless or are homeless in the Orange Community.


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