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Infoxchange Service Seeker is Australia’s most extensive electronic health, welfare and community services directory. Service Seeker provides up-to-date information across a number of classifications including aged, counselling, disability, drug and alcohol, education and training, employment, family, financial, health, housing, law, multicultural, recreation and youth.
Siblings Australia is committed to improving the support available for siblings of children and adults with chronic conditions including disability, chronic illness and mental health issues.
St John Ambulance Australia
St John Ambulance Australia is the country’s leading supplier of first aid products, services and training. Each year we deliver 1.2 million hours of voluntary community service, train 500,000 people and treat 100,000 people in Australia at public events annually.
The Stroke Foundation is a national charity that partners with the community to prevent, treat and beat stroke. We stand alongside stroke survivors and their families, healthcare professionals and researchers. We build community awareness and foster new thinking and innovative treatments. We support survivors on their journey to live the best possible life after stroke. We are the voice of stroke in Australia and we work to:
- raise awareness of the risk factors, signs of stroke and promote healthy lifestyles
- improve treatment for stroke to save lives and reduce disability
- improve life after stroke for survivors
- encourage and facilitate stroke research
- advocate for initiatives to prevent, treat and beat stroke
- raise funds from the community, corporate sector and government to continue our mission.
Suicide Call Back Service
The Suicide Call Back Service is a 24 hour, nationwide service that provides free telephone, video and online counselling. You can call us anywhere and anytime on 1300 659 467.
Our professionally trained counsellors have specialist skills in working with suicide-related issues and they can help you to work through the pain and distress you may be feeling.
The term ‘Call Back’ included in our name originates back to the launch of Suicide Call Back Service in 2007.
The service offers up to four additional phone counselling sessions and these sessions are called ‘call backs’.
Sustainable choices for your household, businesses, or community.
The NSW Climate and Energy Action website provides easy-to-access information and opportunities to support you to make sustainable choices for your household, businesses, or community.
Take action in your home to save energy, money and the environment.
Sydney Sexual Health
Sydney Sexual Health Centre (SSHC) is the oldest sexual health service in NSW, operating since 1933. We are a busy centre offering testing, treatment and management for sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and HIV.
We are part of the Directorate of Population and Community Health (PaCH) within South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD), which is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health.
Taxi Subsidy Scheme
If you are a resident of NSW and are unable to use public transport because of a severe and permanent disability, you may be eligible for a subsidy of 50% of a taxi fare, up to a maximum subsidy of $60, and only pay the remaining fare. This includes travel in wheelchair-accessible taxis.
The Australian Dental Association (ADA) is the peak national body for dentists.
All content on teeth.org.au has been thoroughly researched and references high-quality studies and information to support the topic discussed. Content will be updated to ensure it remains up to date, with new content to be added regularly. This is our promise to you to ensure you are accessing current and trustworthy oral health information.
The FODMAP Friendly Program
The FODMAP Friendly Certification Program, incorporating the FODMAP Friendly logo, is a Globally Registered Certification Trademark certifying low FODMAP food products that have been laboratory tested to be low in FODMAPs.
It is designed to enable people with symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) who are following a Low FODMAP Diet to easily identify suitable food products. This easily recognisable ‘FODMAP Friendly’ logo assists people with IBS symptoms to shop and eat with confidence.
The Line talks about what’s ok and what’s not when it comes to sex, dating and relationships.
Triple P positive Positive Parenting Program
Doing the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is like a map for your parenting journey. It gives you more understanding and builds on the skills and knowledge you already have, with simple tips and techniques you can try out and adapt however you like.
Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services. We work with Australians who are blind or have low vision, helping them live the life they choose.
We support more than 25,500 people of all ages and circumstances. We do this through our online services and at Vision Australia centres. These are located in Victoria, New South Wales, the ACT, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. We also offer outreach programs in the Northern Territory and Tasmania.
Workforce Australia is a place Australians can search and apply for jobs or find more information on their pathway to employment.
World Health Organization
We champion health and a better future for all. Dedicated to the well-being of all people and guided by science, the World Health Organisation (WHO) leads and champions global efforts to give everyone, everywhere an equal chance to live a healthy life.
Founded in 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) is the United Nations agency dedicated to global health and safety. The Organization connects nations, partners and communities to promote health and serve the vulnerable. WHO works with its Member States to achieve the highest level of health for all people by pursuing universal health coverage.
Young Carers Network
The YCN is a nationally coordinated resource to raise young carer awareness, provide information, and direct young carers to appropriate pathways for support.
We work to enable young carers to engage with each other through a range of opportunities to share and connect.
The home of career information. Search Industries and Occupations to find a career that’s right for you and what you can do to get there.
Your licence from age 70
Find out what you need to renew your licence from age 70 in NSW, including driving and medical assessments, and how to apply for a modified licence.
A place to get facts about alcohol and other drugs. Learn more about some of the most commonly used drugs affecting Australians right now.