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One Door Mental Health Newcastle provides specialised mental health services to the Hunter region including carer services, centre-based services, individual support, youth services and assistance transitioning to the NDIS.
The One Door Newcastle team are available to assist clients in transitioning to the NDIS as well as provide individual support to clients with an NDIS package. We also have staff at One Door who can provide Coordination of Support for clients, if you already have an NDIS package and would like One Door to provide any of the below services, please get in contact with us.
Sunflower Centre is a centre-based service that gives you somewhere to go to make friends and take part in activities. You’ll be warmly welcomed by people who understand your experiences and have lived them before.
Sunflower Centre provides group activities, one-one support and coordination of supports for clients with an NDIS package.
Non–NDIS participants may attend our Friday group at a cost of $15, however, a referral form needs to be completed prior to attendance.
Looking after someone living with mental illness can certainly take its toll. One Door Carer Services provides information, education, advocacy, and support, through the Family and Carer Mental Health Program (FCMHP). One Door’s Carer Advocates based in the Hunter region can provide individual support services as well as education and training for carers and families of someone living with mental illness. Read more.
One Door Mental Health is the service provider for the NSW Family & Carer Mental Health Program in partnership with five Local Health Districts (LHD). The five LHDs involved are Hunter New England, Murrumbidgee, Southern NSW, Sydney, and South Western Sydney. The FCMHP is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health. One Door employ Carer Advocates to deliver this program to those who support someone living with mental illness. Read more.
On Fire is progressively transitioning to the NDIS continuing to support young carers. On Fire is a program for young people aged 8-17 whose lives are impacted by mental illness, in particular, those who have family member/s with a mental illness. Through On Fire, young people have access to fun days, camps, peer support, education and support. Read more.