One Door Frangipani House
7 Crown Street,
Harris Park 215002 9689 2600

Monday -Friday   9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Bilingual Mental Health Support Service
27 Fennell St, 
Parramatta NSW 2150
02 8737 5566 / 02 8737 5567

Monday -Friday   9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Western Sydney Recovery College
27 Fennell St, 
Parramatta NSW 2150
02 9199 6195

Modnday -Friday   9:00 am - 4:30 pm



Welcome to One Door Parramatta

One Door Mental Health Parramatta provides specialised mental health services to the Western Sydney region including centre-based services, individual support, group supports and NDIS services, Western Sydney Recovery College workshops and the Bilingual Mental Health Support Service.

One Door NDIS Services, Parramatta:

The One Door Parramatta 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.

NDIS activities

  • Coordination of Supports
  • One-one Support 
  • Participation in community activities 
  • Centre-based activities 

One Door Frangipani House

Frangipani House is a centre-based service that gives you somewhere to go to make friends, take part in activities or even just have a cup of coffee and a chat. You’ll be warmly welcomed by people who understand your experiences and have lived them before.

Frangipani House staff may also be able to help support people in their transition to the NDIS as well as provide individual support for clients with an NDIS package. 

Take a look at the monthly program for Frangipani House here.  Download / view Frangipani House monthly calendar of activities (PDF 437.7KB)

Western Sydney Recovery College

Western Sydney Recovery College is an innovative approach to inclusive education and recovery within the community and mental health sector. Our mission is to educate and inspire the broader community about mental health, to facilitate recovery, and to empower students to learn and grow in a safe and respectful environment.

All Recovery College programs are co-designed and co-delivered by specialist educators and peer educators with lived experience of mental health conditions. Read more.   

See the upcoming Workshops and Programs

Download the current Western Sydney Recovery College Course Guide (PDF 355.1KB)

Bilingual Mental Health Support Service

One Door's Bilingual Mental Health Support Service helps individuals and families from Auburn's culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) community to connect to mental health services. Read more.