Wollongong


 

One Door Wollongong

32-34 Auburn Street,
300m south of Wollongong Train Station
Wollongong 2500
0408 368 538
wollongong@onedoor.org.au

 Monday - Friday  9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Illawarra Clubhouse

34 Auburn Street,
300m south of Wollongong Train Station
Wollongong  NSW  2500 
0401 181 657
illawarra.clubhouse@onedoor.org.au
Website

 Monday  9:00 am - 3:00 pm
 Tuesday  9:00 am - 4:00 pm
 Thursday  9:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

Welcome to One Door Wollongong

One Door Mental Health Wollongong provides specialised mental health services to the Illawarra region including centre-based services, one-one support and assistance transitioning to the NDIS.

One Door NDIS Services, Wollongong

The One Door Wollongong 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
  • Group and centre-based activities
  • Staff may be able to assist with applying for NDIS

Download or view the Wollongong Friday Mens Social Group Winter program (Jul-Sep 2019) (PDF 263KB)

Illawarra Clubhouse

Illawarra Clubhouse 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. 

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

Download or view the current Illawarra Clubhouse Calendar (PDF 142KB)

One Door Mental Health Illawarra Committee

The One Door Mental Health Illawarra Committee is a group of dynamic local leaders supporting the work of One Door in the Illawarra region. The Committee started its life as the Light and Hope Committee in 2004 with the purpose of improving mental health services in the Wollongong area. The Committee commenced a partnership with Schizophrenia Fellowship (now One Door) to develop new services for their community, in particular a Clubhouse. Clubhouse is a particular model of psychosocial rehabilitation for people with mental illness, which has been pioneered in Australia by One Door Mental Health. You can make a Donation or Contact the Committee or read more here....