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Sunflower House is on The Esplanade in Wagga Wagga. It’s a place you can go to meet other people with lived experience of mental illness, take part in activities and find the help you need on your mental health journey.
Sunflower House is run like a clubhouse.This means that the staff and members manage it together and work side-by-side as colleagues doing administration work, running a kitchen and preparing meals, maintaining the surrounds of the building, tending the vegetable garden and cleaning duties as well as doing volunteer work at Bunnings Warehouse.
Members also run an outreach program that provides support and inclusion for people who are in hospital or having birthdays or who haven’t been to Sunflower House in a while.
The Sunflower House team are experienced at facilitating group program participation, and one-to-one supports for NDIS clients so individuals can work towards their goals. If you have any questions regarding inclusion of Sunflower House as a service provider as part of your own NDIS plan, or that of your client or family member, please don’t hesitate to contact us via the details on this page.
Sunflower House is open Monday - Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Find us at:
4 The Esplanade
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
P. 02 6931 8770
17 June 7:30pm - 8:55pm
Kildare Catholic College Hall, Wagga Wagga
Chair: Dr Rachel Hogg - School of Psychology, Charles Sturt University
Guest Speaker: Professor Tim Carey - Director of Flinders University's Centre for Remote Health and scientist-practitioner, Alice Springs
Panel: Professor Tim Carey - Centre for Remote Health, Janine Goodrum - Sunflower House and Paul Templeton - Mental Health Recovery Unit, Wagga Wagga Base Hospital, registered as a Nurse and Psychologist