The Salvation Army provides long-term residential treatment facilities, community-based support programs, and Withdrawal Management Services (detox).

Residential Treatment

The Salvation Army's Bridge Program offers a number of long-term residential treatment facilities to help people find freedom from addiction. 

The residential treatment program typically lasts eight to ten months. Residental treatment may be longer or shorter as influenced by each individual circumstance.

The men's shed provides a valuable community place where people can enjoy social interaction and young people can receive mentoring and training from skilled retired or unemployed persons. Operating Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays between 8.30 am & 1.30 pm. Mature age men passing on skills and knowledge around light metal manufacturing, small engine mechanical and wood working, while informally chatting and role mentoring to young people.

Web counselling lets you connect one-on-one, real time, with a Kids Helpline counsellor, over the web. Because a lot of young people use web counselling, there is often a wait time before a counsellor is available. If you need to talk to someone straight away, phone Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 and speak with a counsellor in person. Web counselling is open 7 days a week.

The website is Australia's online child care portal. On this website you will find information on different types of child care and how to get assistance with the cost of child care. You can also search a database to find child care centres in your local area. In many cases, you will also be able to find the services' vacancy and fee information.

Committed to the care of war widows and the nurturing of children of war widows; Provides advice and assistance, accommodation, medical and social support; helps prepare claims for pensions and other benefits; provides specialist assistance with submitting applications for Compensation for Dependants of Deceased Members and Former Members, including the War Widow's Pensions and Income Support Pensions; helps ease financial committments, provides companionship, helps with children's education, ensure medical and welfare services are available and provides somebody to talk to.


Meals on Wheels enables frail older people and younger people with disabilities and their carers to remain in their own homes and enjoy a level of independence and style of living to suit their individual needs. To be eligible clients need to be part of the Home and Community Care (HACC) program. Eligibility assessments are carried out by the local Meals on Wheels Service who can also suggest other HACC services that may assist depending on individual needs.

Meals on Wheels services offer: 

The Sexual Health Infolink is a NSW Ministry of Health funded telephone and internet based information and referral service. It has been operating since 1989 and is staffed by specialist sexual health nurses. Its aim is to promote the sexual health of the NSW comunity through providing accurate and timely information and referral options, specialising in HIV and STI risk assessment, testing, treatment and support. It also provides specialist support to nurses, doctors, counsellors and other professionals who are caring for people with sexual health problems.


Want a quick chat without having to talk?

Our Hepatitis Infoline Live Support service offers just that.

You can access information, support and referral.

You can use the Live Support service, generally, between 9am to 5pm weekdays (except Thursdays when it is usually available from 1pm to 5pm).

Before using Live Support, have a look over the information below.


What is the Live Support service?

Our Services House with No Steps provides support to 3,300 people with a disability. We operate 280 services from 160 sites across QLD, NSW and the ACT. We empower people take positive control over their own lives, become valued contributors to their community, plan for and achieve their goals and determine their own life choices. We work in partnership with people with a disability and their family and carers, to help achieve their personal potential and lead a full life within their community.

House of Hospitality The House of Hospitality is an accommodation unit for those people who find themselves homeless or in unsuitable accommodation. It is not a crisis unit. Priority is given to the following groups of people: • fathers with children • adults who have completed a detoxification programme • adults who are homeless due to marriage breakdown, or eviction • mothers with children who do not meet the domestic violence criteria of the Women's Refuge Movement • community membership is given to one asylum seeker each year The concept of the house is one of community living i.e.

Hospital-at-Home is the entity responsible for servicing the needs of community health. Their modern fleet of trucks deliver products that enable people to remain independent in the comfort of their own home. Bariatric Products Bathroom & Toilet Bedroom Daily Living Laundry and Cleaning Lifters and Slings Liverpool Surgical Supplies/Stockings Manual Wheelchairs Mobility Motorised Mobility New Products Pressure Area Care Seating Services Sheepskin Specials Ward and Theatre Equipment Wardrobes and Cabinets

Homeless Outreach Legal Service Who we are The Homeless Outreach Legal Service is a specialist service of Legal Aid NSW. It runs advice clinics in a number of metropolitan and regional areas, mainly in places where homeless people hang out such as community centres. Who we help People experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of homelessness. How we can help Advice and assistance We give free independent advice about matters such as fines, discrimination, housing, social security, complaints about government agencies, victim’s compensation and debt.

Homefront is a preventaion program for DVA clients which is designed to prevent falls and accidents in the home. An homefront assessor will contact you and will complete a safety assessment that outlines * cluttered walkways * wet and slippery floors * loose carpet and floor tiles * poor lighting * the need for hand rails.

Home Modifications Lake Macquarie/Newcastle complete home maintenance and modification services for the frail aged, people with disabilities and their carers.


Home Modifications Lake Macquarie/Newcastle services the Lake Macquarie and Newcastle Local Government areas. Home Modifications offers a wide range of services that encourage independence, choice and improved lifestyle. All building and maintenance services are carried out by fully qualified, insured and licenced tradespeople.

Home Modifications