Canberra Health Services offers information, advice, referral, intake, assessment and support twenty-four hours a day and offer services for individuals, their family etc.
If drinking is costing you more than money, Alcoholics Anonymous can help. Is AA for you? Call us on 1300 22 22 22 anytime day or night, or e-mail the AA Office – (CSO)
provides support to people and concerned others impacted by alcohol, drugs and other addictions for more than forty years.
1300 252 666
1800 422 599
02 8004 1214
Head Office: Ground Floor 2 Napier Close, Deakin (Corner of Denison Street and Napier Close)
Phone: 1800 152 772
Fax: (02) 6169 3200
not-for-profit organisation with no religious affiliations dedicated to helping people and their families live their lives fully, supported by healthy relationships.
1300 364 277
Parent line offers a free telephone counselling service to parents and carers.
community organisation set up to ensure low income consumers are treated fairly and have support to overcome debt.
1800 007 007
talks with you about what support you need, and help you to link with the best service to support you.
1800 176 468
Families and Friends for Drug law Reform began in March 1995 following the death by overdose of eight young people in Canberra.
Directions Health Services has provided treatment and support to people and concerned others impacted by alcohol, drugs and other addictions for more than forty years.
We are a specialist drug treatment service providing clients with the resources they need to successfully withdraw and abstain from alcohol and other drugs.
1300 22 22 22
Canberra Health Services offers information, advice, referral, intake, assessment and support twenty-four hours a day and offer services for individuals, their family, friends etc.
What we do is, anyone who is a victim of a crime committed in the ACT is eligible for some support or information from Victim Support ACT.
1800 822 272
An aboriginal community operated by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of the ACT to provide culturally safe and holistic health and community services.
We provide care to more than 500,000 people through a range of services that include acute inpatient and day services, women’s and children’s services, paediatrics etc.
SHFPACT delivers sexual and reproductive health services to the Canberra community , within a framework of human rights, social justice and prudent financial management.
provides a variety of services, education programs and works to raise awareness of HIV to reduce stigma and educate on the importance of prevention, treatment and testing through events, communications and working with affected communities. We are proud of our diverse workplace and those who work here.
a not-for-profit Catholic health care organisation.Our mission is to provide quality healthcare to the most vulnerable, including those reaching the end of their life.
Canberra’s free legal service dedicated to young people aged 12-25. We provide assistance in many areas such as: drink driving & drug driving, employment (and apprenticeships) etc.
solicitors and social workers provide assistance to women who cannot afford a private lawyer and do not qualify for Legal Aid. We are a feminist service with a strong values base.
1800 634 669 or 6257 4499
helps people in the ACT with their legal problems, especially people who are socially or economically disadvantaged. We can help in criminal law, family law and some civil law matters.
1300 654 314 or 6243 3411
non-government Aboriginal community law firm run by and for Aboriginal people. We continue to fight for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in NSW and the ACT.
The Way Back Support Service is delivered to people who have been admitted to a hospital following a suicide attempt or people experiencing a suicide crisis.
1800 929 222
(Mon-Fri 9.00am to-5.00pm)
free, private and confidential 24/7 phone and online counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25. We commit to provide services that protect children and young people free from harm.
1800 55 1800
Low intensity program provides interventions for people over 16 years of age with mild to moderate mental health concerns. This could include concerns such as depression, anxiety, phobias (excluding agoraphobia), and situational life stress. High Intensity program provides interventions for people with moderate to severe mental health presentations. This could include presentations such as major depression, severe anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
the national telephone and online counselling, support, information and referral service for men with family and relationship concerns. Callers have access to 24-hour support, anywhere anytime.
1300 789 978 (24hrs)
We are a national charity providing all Australians experiencing emotional distress with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.
13 11 14 (24hrs)
Supporting family and friend Carers in the ACT and Southern NSW. Our purpose is to support, connect and empower carers to maintain their personal wellbeing.
1800 242 636
produce a range of information guides containing essential details for community connections and list affordable prices for foodbanks, free meals, short term accommodation, legal help
Providing confidence counselling and advocacy for women and children who have experience any form of sexual violence recently or in the past, and their supporters.
Call this number 131 444, if you require police assistance, but there is no immediate danger. We are responsible for providing effective policing services to the ACT.
Poisons Information Centre provides the latest poisons information to the public, and toxicology advice to health professionals on the management of poisoned patients.
13 11 26(24hrs)
24/7 crisis intervention services to anyone who is experiencing, or has experienced, domestic and family violence.
6280 0900 (24hrs)
The primary purpose of the Women: Choice and Change program is to provide a safe space to allow women to mutually aid one another, whilst looking at behaviours, expectations and needs within their family and intimate partner relationships.
Trained female facilitators lead the group in brainstorming, goal setting and self-reflection and a key component of the facilitation is to encourage discussion and assist members of the group to find newer, healthier ways of thinking about themselves and their situations.
The Women: Choice and Change program operates to empower, support and educate women under the three spaces indicated in its name.
Through participation in the program, women will have:
Women; Identified who they are and what they want in relationships moving forward, clarified what constitutes a healthy versus unhealthy relationship, developed a better understanding of their own and others feelings, developed an understanding of the experience of anger in themselves and the ways in which they respond to anger in others.
Choice; developed an understanding of how choices can lead to unhealthy relationships, become aware that change is possible and identified alternate choices that lead to better/healthier outcomes.
Change; have enhanced self-esteem, the ability to be consciously assertive, learned to nurture themselves in constructive ways and developed an understanding of and strategies to overcome obstacles to change, and a comprehensive resource manual for future reference
DRUMBEAT is the world’s leading therapeutic drumming program supported by independent research and evaluations.
Karralika Programs have trained staff members that facilitate DRUMBEAT over a range of programs. The purpose of the program is to allow our clients to connect and work together as a team through music and expressing themselves in ways that harmonise with others. The alternative therapy is facilitated through weekly groups and offers a range of learning opportunities for participants to develop their skills and knowledge in a range of areas.
Holyoake’s DRUMBEAT program is based on documented research that identifies key issues related to health and social outcomes. It also incorporates recent development in neurological research which notes the beneficial impact of rhythmic interventions on primal brain systems associated with anxiety and emotional control.
The program covers a range of topics and runs as a weekly group including topics on rhythms in life, relationships, emotions and feelings, self-talk, self-esteem and identity, boundaries and self-responsibility, teamwork, relapse and support, meditation and mindfulness.
Offers online support and advice for young people experiencing depression. Click on title to find out more.
A portal to a range of useful information for young people. Click on title to find out more.
Yfoundations is a peak body that seeks to end youth homelessness. Provide support to youth workers and the sector through training, policy and structural advocacy, research and sector development and raising community awareness.
A web-based service that inspires young people (14 – 25) to help themselves through tough times, and find way to boost their own mental health and wellbeing. By Building skills and providing information, support and referrals, they aim to improve young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Gateway to information and services in NSW. Click on title to find out more.
A web based service that provides information on question youth are frequently dealing with in relation to sex, peer pressure and puberty.
A free, Australian, confidential and anonymous, online counselling service for young people aged 5 – 25.
A national, independent, non-profit organisation. Our mission is to improve the way young people learn, the way they live and the way they lead.
The Australian Government’s National Drugs Campaign aims to reduce young Australian’s desire to use illicit drugs by providing information about the potential negative consequences of drug use.
Drop in centre for any youth aged 12 – 17. A safe, fun place for youth to socialise, enjoy activities, engage in educational and fun workshops, reach other local welfare and youth networks.
Open Friday from 3.30pm – 9pm. Youth Cafe’ closed on public holidays.
Field Street, Narooma NSW 2546
02 4476 5720
Community Centre, Museum Place, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
02 4472 9156
Youth Action is the peak body for young people and youth services in NSW.
We represent 1.25 million young people and the services that support them.
Suite 401, Level 4, 52-58 William Street Wooloomooloo NSW, 2011
02 8354 3700
Yfoundations is a peak body that seeks to end youth homelessness. They provide support to youth workers and the sector through training, policy and structural advocacy, research and sector development and raising community awareness.
0 Stokes Avenue. Alexandria
02 8306 7900
AYAC is the national peak body for youth affairs, representing young people and the youth sector in Australia. AYAC aims for an Australia where young people are valued and recognised for the contribution they make now, and supported by a well-resourced and unified youth services sector.
Works directly with young people aged 14 – 25 years to deliver innovative, technology and evidence based programs which prevent youth suicide and promote young people’s mental health and wellbeing
Level 2, 35 Saunders Street
Provide comprehensive specialist mental health assessment, treatment and intervention for children, young people (up to the age of 18), and their families experiencing serious mental health difficulties including severe depression, severe anxiety and psychotic illnesses and related concerns. It is important to discuss a referral to CAMHS with your GP, School Counsellor or Paediatrician in the first instance..
1800 011 511
24 Hour Mental Health Referral and Help Line
WayAhead coordinates and promotes activities to improve mental health and wellbeing, including Mental Health Month NSW. This organisation operates a free mental health information service, with advice and about individual mental illnesses and details on services and support groups for people with mental health issues within NSW.
Level 5, 80 William Street, East Sydney NSW, Woolloomooloo
1300 794 991
If you require urgent assistance please call our after hours on-call service on 0476 442 438.
The national youth mental health foundation dedicated to improving the wellbeing of young Australians.
98 Monaro Street, Queanbeyan, NSW 2620
02 6298 0300
Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 9.30am – 12pm
Internet access, audio visual and book loans and access to community information.
Vulcan Street, Moruya NSW 2537
Hanging Rock Complex, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
02 4472 5850
Provides free legal assistance for women. Includes telephone advice and referrals, face to face services, community legal education session, publications and advocacy.
8745 6988 or 1800 801 501
The South Eastern Aboriginal Legal Service provides free legal advice and referral to Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders.
8 Mirrabooka St, Moruya NSW 2537
02 4474 2400
Murra Mia also provides out of office outreach support for clients requiring, representation at the Tribunal, client visits, and mediation and advocacy between tenant and landlord.
Unit 1, 25 Gregory Street Batemans Bay 2536
02 4472 9363
Illawarra and South Coast Tenants Service (ISCTAAS) provides free information, advice and advocacy. This includes help with applications and hearings in the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal. ISCTAAS helps Housing NSW tenants, community housing tenants, Aboriginal housing tenants, permanent residents of caravan parks and manufactured home estates, boarders and lodgers, and private tenants.
02 4274 3475
Provide an accessible professional legal service, responsive to the needs of those most disadvantage and which promotes just and lasting solutions to legal and social issues in our community.
Telephone Legal Advice Tuesday & Thursdays 10am-12noon. B/Bay courthouse 1st & 3rd Wed. Moruya
Eurobodalla Family Support 2nd & 4th Tues. Narooma Library every 2 months.
The Holt Centre, Kinghorne Street, Nowra NSW 2541
02 4422 9529 or 1800 229 529
28 Orient Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
48 Queen Street, Moruya NSW 2537
98 Campbell Street, Narooma NSW 2546
Princes Highway, Bodalla NSW 2545
Batemans Bay: 02 4472 0099
Moruya: 02 4474 2444
Narooma: 02 4476 2044
Bodalla: 02 4473 5244
Telephone advice for under 18’s involved in police and court matters. Interpreter service can be arranged.
Parramatta Justice Precinct, Level 1, 160 Marsden Street, Parramatta NSW 2150
1800 101 810
Legal Aid NSW plays a special role in improving access to justice by providing a range of legal service to disadvantage people. Services include family dispute resolution (mediation), support for homeless or at risk of being homeless and community legal education programs.
Level 2, 59 Berry Street, Nowra 2541
02 4422 4351
Telephone service which provides the names of private solicitors who are specialists and are prepared to receive referrals in certain areas of law. Co-ordinates the Pro Bono Scheme which refers people who are ineligible for Legal Aid and who cannot afford a private solicitor.
170 Phillip Street, Sydney, 2000
02 9926 0333
NSW Juvenile Justice supervises and cares for young offenders in the community and in detention centres. It provides youth justice conferences for young offenders referred by police or the court.
St Georges Mall, Suite 11, 3 Orient Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
02 4472 0400
Crime Stoppers is Australia’s most trusted information receiving service for people wanting to share what they know about unsolved crimes and suspicious activity without having to say who they are.
We were first established in 1987 as an independent not-for-profit registered charity representing the collective eight Crime Stopper organisations operating in every state and territory in Australia.
1800 333 000
24 Orient Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
Vulcan Street, Moruya NSW 2537
Princes Highway, Narooma NSW 2546
Batemans Bay: 02 4472 2699
Moruya: 02 4474 8800
Narooma: 02 4476 2870
The Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer (ACLSO) is a member of the Local Area Command, Crime Management Team with the responsibility for providing advice and support to Police in the management of Aboriginal issues across the Local Area Command (LAC). The ALCO works closely with the Aboriginal community, Aboriginal community organisation and other service providers in their day to day activities.
South Coast Police District
02 4476 2444
Grand Pacific Health is a primary health care organisation aiming to keep people well and out of hospital. We provide clinical services direct to the community including mental health, Aboriginal health, fitness and lifestyle programs, dietetics, youth health, foot care. We focus on our local health gaps and develop local strategies to address them.
7/73 Vulcan Street, Moruya NSW 2537
84 Murray Street, Moruya, NSW 2537
02 4475 0800
02 4474 8500
Counselling, monthly medical clinics (Moruya), sexual health education, gay and lesbian support and contact officer, information, referrals and advocacy. Needs first name only.
Community Health Centres:
7 Pacific Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
2 River Street, Moruya NSW 2537
14 Graham Street, Narooma 2546
Batemans Bay: 02 4475 1500
Moruya: 02 4474 1561
Narooma: 1300 139 887
Aboriginal community controlled health organisation that delivers services to more than 8,000 Aboriginal people in 44 Aboriginal communities on the Far South Coast of NSW between Ulladulla and the Victorian border.
(Wallaga Lake Outreach) 26 Princes Highway, Narooma NSW 2546
1/3 Old Princes Highway, Batemans Bay 2536
Narooma: 02 4476 2155
Batemans Bay: 02 4488 4050
7 Pacific Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
River Street, Moruya NSW 2537
Batemans Bay: 02 4475 1500
Moruya: 02 4474 2666
Providing a range of allied health services across the Eurobodalla shire.
7 Pacific Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
2 River Street, Moruya NSW 2537
Corner of Graham & Field Street, Narooma NSW 2546
Batemans Bay: 02 4475 1620
Moruya: 02 4474 1561
Narooma: 02 4476 2344
Providing youth cafes, advocacy and planning support for youth sector. Coordinate Youth Week activities and work collaboratively to improve services and facilities for young people in the Eurobodalla.
Eurobodalla Shire Council
Vulcan St, Moruya NSW 2537
Keep Them Safe: A shared approach to child wellbeing is the NSW Government’s five year plan to fundamentally change the way children and families are supported and protected. Its aim is to improve the safety, welfare and wellbeing of all children and young people in NSW.
PO Box 1594, Queanbeyan, NSW 2620
Following the Commonwealth Government election in September 2013, the old Departments of FaHCSIA, DEEWR and Indigenous Coordination Centres (ICCs) no longer exist. All Indigenous programmes have been consolidated under the Office of Indigenous Affairs in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. The Indigenous Coordination Centre offices still exist in the same locations as before – for our region there are offices in Queanbeyan, Batemans Bay and Nowra. Staff in the offices will continue to engage with Indigenous communities, all levels of Government and service providers to address the Government’s Indigenous priorities – education
Baylink Building, 3 Flora Crescent, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
1800 079 098
The Department of education, Employment and Workplace Relations is the lead government agency providing national leadership in education and workplace training, transition to work and conditions and values in the workplace.
Citi Centre, Suite 15A, Orient Street, Batemans Bay, NSW 2536
02 4475 3300
Community Services (formerly DoCs) is the leading NSW Government agency responsible for community services. We work to promote the safety and wellbeing of children and young people and to build stronger families and communities. In particular, we help those who are vulnerable and most in need. We work to protect children and young people who are not able to live with their families.
2 Flora Crescent, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
02 4478 3100
Oversee funding streams for Families NSW, Aboriginal Child, Youth & Family Strategy, Staying Home Leaving Violence, Community Builders and Triple P Parenting Training.
11 Farrer Place, Queanbeyan NSW 2620
A proud public education provider in beautiful Sunshine Bay. They strive to provide a comprehensive learning program focusing on literacy and numeracy. Staff are experienced, caring and continually examining ways to fulfill each child’s potential.
432 Beach Road, Batehaven NSW 2536
02 4472 6464
St Peter’s Anglican College offers a holistic and attentive approach to education. The school is located in a bushland setting with modern buildings, spacious grounds, and is only a stone’s throw from the idyllic Broulee beaches.
61 Train Street, Broulee NSW 2537
02 4471 5111
At St Mary’s they teach a varied curriculum to develop the spiritual and academic dimensions of each child. Religious Education is a key focus area of the school curriculum.
Queen Street, Moruya NSW 2537
02 4474 2817
The curriculum at St Bernard’s School is directly aligned with the NSW Board of Studies. Specific outcomes, appropriate for the stage of a student’s development, are targeted as the focus for teaching and learning in each of the Key Learning Areas throughout each term and student progress is assessed against the identified outcomes.
2-10 David Avenue, Batehaven NSW 2536
02 4472 4446
Narooma is a dynamic school that develops the skills, knowledge and values that students need to lead productive and rewarding lives. Professional and caring teachers provide an excellent education for all students in our community.
7 Montague Street, Narooma NSW 2546
02 4476 2556
Narooma High School is a quality school providing excellent educational opportunities for young people in our community. They are a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) school. Our core expectations are: Respect, Responsibility and Support.
Princes Highway, Narooma NSW 2547
02 4476 4377
Moruya High School is the main public high school in Moruya on the far south coast of New South Wales, Australia. Moruya High School is comprehensive and coeducational.
Albert Street, Moruya NSW 2537
02 4474 2155
Mogo Public School is a small school that caters for all students through it’s many innovative educational programs and initiatives.
Princes Highway, Mogo NSW 2536
02 4474 4815
The staff and community of Central Tilba Public School seek to deliver quality education to develop the individual talents, interests and abilities of our students in a stimulating, friendly and caring environment.
89 Corkhill Drive, Central Tilba NSW 2546
02 4473 7210
Quality Teaching and Learning outcomes are incorporated into all programs in the College. Policies and programs at Carroll College focus on helping each student learn for life. Our students have represented us at the highest levels in almost every sport.
2494 George Bass Drive, Broulee NSW 2537
02 4471 5600
Broulee Public school is a leading centre for education innovation for students from kindergarten to Year Six. It is student focused and students will always be our first priority.
Cambridge Crescent, Broulee NSW 2537
02 4471 6120
Bodalla Public School provides opportunities and experiences within a happy and caring environment, which encourages everyone to do their very best. Students strive for personal levels of excellence and continued improvement to enhance their intellectual, social, physical, emotional and spiritual development.
7 Potato Point Road, Bodalla NSW 2545
02 4473 5257
Batemans Bay Public School provides quality teaching and stimulating learning experiences for students from pre-school to Year 6.
1 Mundarra Way, Surfside NSW 2536
02 4472 4059
Batemans Bay High School is a Government secondary school located in Batemans Bay, New South Wales, Australia. It supports approximately 700 students and 60 teachers.
2 George Bass Drive, Batehaven NSW 2536
02 4478 3600
The Batemans Bay Education Centre is part of the University of Wollongong’s network of satellite campuses. Students can complete a range of University of Wollongong courses via a combination of video conferencing, streamed lectures and face to face tutorials. Via use of state of the art technology, students at Batemans Bay are linked into the UOW network of courses and services.
Batemans Bay Campus
Hanging Rock Place, Batemans Bay 2536
02 4472 2125
TAFE Illawarra delivers vocational education and training that is relevant, timely and of the highest quality in order to meet the training needs of individuals, business and the community. The Illawarra Institute has 14 campuses located throughout the Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Highlands. Each campus provides many and varied services and facilities for students such as canteen, libraries, car parking, counsellors and disabled access, just to name a few.
2857 Princes Hwy, Moruya NSW
PO Box 88 Moruya NSW 2537
02 4474 1800
The Eurobodalla Adult Education Centre (Adult Ed) is an independent community focused organisation, servicing communities from Ulladulla to Eden. They develop and deliver responsive training and education programs. Our aim is to help people develop skills, knowledge and experience for social, economic and person improvement. They are supported by the Board of Adult and Community Education and are a not-for-profit incorporated organisation.
42 Orient Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
02 4472 9202
Workability assists people with a disability to participate in the economic and social life of the community with respect to their dignity, diversity and equality.
35 Old Princes Highway, Batemans Bay NSW
02 4472 3707
Job services employment providing youth mentoring programmes. Wesley also delivers the NSW Department of Education and Training funded Structured Work Placement program (work experience).
Shop M 15, Narooma Plaza, Princes Highway, Narooma NSW
Narooma: 02 4476 3848
A not-for-profit community based organisation funded to deliver programs to “improve the education and transition outcomes for young people” in Eurobodalla and Bega Valley. Contracted to DEEWR to provide school, business and community partnership broker program.
5/1 North Street, Batemans Bay
02 4472 2716
The Centre for Community Welfare Training is a not-for-profit training provider. They offer 200 course topics from 14 training streams including Youth Work, Out-of Home-Care, Counselling and Therapy, Child Protection and Disability. Courses can be accessed through their 14 venues (including Batemans Bay, Merimbula and Canberra) or via In-House training where they deliver the training specifically for your service on a date and venue of your choosing.
(02) 9281 8822
Campbell Page offers many programs and services across the employment, community and training sectors. Services include employment, disability employment, indigenous, recruitment solutions, and youth and family services.
Corner Orient Street and Museum Place, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
47 Vulcan Street, Moruya NSW 2537
Shop 33, Narooma Plaza, Princes Highway, Narooma NSW 2546
Batemans Bay – 02 4411 8510
Moruya – 02 4411 8470
Narooma – 02 4411 8470
Centrelink is an Australian Government statutory agency, delivering a range of Commonwealth services to the Australian community.
3 Flora Crescent, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
13 24 68
Offering employers Australian Apprenticeships Services such as advice on training and Government incentives, and assisting with the paperwork – all at no cost.
1300 363 831
Provides mediation for couples that have separated and wanting to fill out a separation, financial and property plan.
71 Campbell Street, Moruya, NSW 2537
Lifeline offers telephone counselling for people who want to discuss domestic violence, loneliness, decision making, depression, suicidal emotions, relationships and referral to crisis accommodation.
PO Box 173, Deakin, ACT 2600
13 11 14
Provides free and confidential information, counselling and support around financial issues. Appointments available in Moruya, Narooma, Batemans Bay for, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays.
Unit 4, 24-26, Ford Street, Moruya NSW 2537
02 4474 0891
Provides individual and family counselling, advocacy, information and referral and groups. Our services are available to families with dependent children under 15 years of age.
02 4474 2907
Catholicare offers support to do with counselling, family support, homelessness, NDIS services, mental health, aged care, youth outreach and drug, alcohol or housing support.
57 Hicks Street, Red Hill, ACT 2603
Cassie’s Place provides counselling, support, information and advocacy to children and adolescents who have been affected by sexual abuse and to their non-offending family members and friends. Cassie’s Place also provides information about sexual assault and child protection issues to the community.
PO Box 917, NSW 2537
02 4475 0999
The FRANK Team is a social enterprise that works with schools, councils, youth and community organisations and government to help young people to develop their skills to help them make their ideas a reality. See website for info on IGNITE, the online newsletter, and FRANK mag.
8/65 York Street, Sydney, 2000
1300 953 133
TeenSafe aims to give young people aged 15 years and over basic driving skills and experiences in a safe and controlled environment. A dedicated group of volunteers conduct TeenSafe driving courses during school holiday periods. Courses consist of 8 hours of tuition, with a maximum of 6 – 7 students and dates are set according to demand and volunteer availability.
PO Box 3052, Tuross Head, 2537
Call Tony on 02 4473 6624
Call Gary on 02 4473 8532
The Brighter Futures early intervention program provides targeted support to vulnerable children and families to prevent their problems from escalating.
54 Campbell Street, Moruya NSW 2537
02 4474 0060
Support parents, families and friends of lesbians and gays, community education on GLBT issues and advocacy for equal rights for GLBT community.
PO Box 3751, Marsfield, NSW, 2122
(02) 9294 1002
Katungul Aboriginal Corporation provides culturally appropriate health care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities on the Far South Coast of NSW.
Wallaga Lake Outreach
26 Princes Highway, Narooma NSW 2546
Wallaga: 02 4473 7288
Narooma: 02 4476 2155
Batemans Bay: 02 4488 4050
CREATE connects and empowers children and young people in care and improves the care system through activities, programs, training and policy advice.
Level 3, 630 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Carer Assist provides education, support, information and advocacy to families and friends caring for someone with a mental illness. We can put carers in touch with support groups in the area and offer the Well Ways program and many other education modules that build the capacity of carers to care both for themselves and their person with a mental illness. There is no charge for any of our services.
7 Mirrabooka Avenue Moruya NSW PO Box 875 NSW 2537
02 4474 0900
National support organisation for cancer patients, young people living with cancer, their siblings, bereaved siblings and offspring. Members are able to participate in camps, recreation days, seminars, and workshops, share their hopes and fears, partake in decision making, meet new friends and have fun together.
(The Australian Organisation for Young People Living with Cancer)
75 King Street, Newton, NSW 2042
1800 226 833
Delivers a range of services to assist vulnerable youth on the South Coast. Save A Mate program works with young people to provide education workshops, volunteer opportunities, alcohol and other drug emergency first aid information and health promotion initiatives. Also supports local communities, schools and agencies to keep youth engaged at school through a range of support programs.
PO Box 751, Suite 7/114 Wagonga Street, Narooma NSW 2546
02 6258 8407
The Aunties and Uncles program links community volunteers with children up to 13 years of age from families who could benefit from support. Generally the child or young person is given an opportunity to experience life with another family by spending one weekend a month with them. The program is based on the belief that giving time, friendship, care and guidance can help build a child’s self-esteem and confidence. Trained coordinators assess and screen adult volunteers and evaluate the needs of socially and emotionally disadvantage families, and link them together for ongoing support, providing children with friendship, role modelling and time out from stressful situations.
3 Flora Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
11 Haigh Avenue, Nowra NSW 2541
General – 1300 554 260
Batemans Bay – 0472 877 944
Family drug support provides up to date information on all aspects of alcohol and drug use relative to the families of alcohol and other drug users.
General 1300 368 186
Assistance to family, friends and individuals that require assistance with any substance issues.
Moruya District Hospital, 2 River Street, Moruya, 2537
Batemans Bay Hospital, 7 Pacific Street, Batemans Bay 2536
Corner of Field Street and Graham Street, Narooma 2546
Moruya: 02 4475 1620
Batemans Bay: 02 4474 1561
Narooma: 02 4475 7200
This service works with people across Sydney and New South Wales who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, non-binary, intersex, questioning, queer, asexual and more (LGBTIQA+) people and others of diverse genders and sexualities, their families and communities.
Level 1, 45 Chippen Street, Chippendale
Support line: 02 8594 9555
Admin line: 02 8594 9550
Low income housing provider in conjunction with NSW housing register.
Shop 12, 12 – 18 Orient Street, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
02 4472 7681
The South East Womens and Children’s Service works with families experiencing domestic violence. The service runs a crisis accommodation program for women and children and offers early intervention support for men. The organisation aims to establish strong links with youth and homeless support services and gives focus to supporting families that identify as Aboriginal or have a culturally / linguistically diverse background.
43 Queen Street, Moruya NSW 2537
02 4474 3226
Boonjaga Mungurra (Remember Home) Eurobodalla Aboriginal Reconnect Service provides a free, confidential and safe place for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged between 10 and 18 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless and their families to come to when facing difficult times. Our service is available to families who are willing to work together to reduce family breakdown. We can provide support to both the young person and their family.
31 Sydney Street, Mogo NSW 2536
1300 139 920
02 4475 6270
Anglicare provides foster care services to children who are unable to live with their parents. Foster carers are always needed and people from all different life experiences and backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
PO Box 917 Moruya NSW 2537
General: 02 4474 7900
Mobile: 0409 817 128
Free information, advice and advocacy on tenant’s rights including starting a tenancy, evictions and repairs. The service is available to Aboriginal renters across the region in Southern NSW, which includes the Illawarra, South coast, Southern Highlands, Hume Murray and Riverina.
21 Old Princes Highway, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
Crisis accommodation for women and children experiencing domestic violence. The service is available after hours through the on-call service. They also offer outreach support.
02 4474 2747
This service provides early intervention and social housing and intensive support packages for single people and families experiencing primary homelessness. They offer early intervention programs for 16 – 25 years. This service available in Moruya.
7/580 George Street, Sydney 2000
Sydney: 02 9219 2000
Link2home NSW and ACT: 1800 152 152
Impact Eurobodalla is funded by NSW Family and Community Services. They aim to introduce collective impact approaches into Eurobodalla with the aim of building on, and extending, the community’s social infrastructure and support of vulnerable and disadvantaged people, through facilitation of local ideas and the creation of community solutions.
Unit 2/64 Vulcan Street, Moruya, NSW 2537
General: 02 4474 2512
Mobile: 0457 747 742
This service provided support to individuals who are homeless or at risk or homelessness. They provide outreach support to assist people to increase life skills, self-reliance, independence and community networks. This service also provides people with early intervention support to assist to maintain independent housing and a weekly outreach service on Tuesday 10am to 12pm at Narooma Community Centre.
67 Campbell Street, Moruya NSW 2537
NSW South Coast Office: 02 4474 7900
Hope Place is emergency and short term accommodation for homeless families, single women and men and people in crisis.
6 Herarde Street, Batemans Bay, NSW 2536
General: 02 4407 0240
Mobile: 0431 722 886
Care South provides a range of accommodation, care and support services for children, young people and adults with disabilities and their families. This is a not-for-profit community organisation and registered charity.
11 High Avenue, Nowra, NSW 2541
General: 1300 554 260
A cooperative of six Aboriginal housing providers concerned with providing Aboriginal housing support.
19 Old Princes Highway, Batemans Bay
02 4472 2644
The South Eastern Aboriginal Legal Service provides free legal and referral to Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders.
8 Mirrabooka Avenue, Moruya
02 4474 2400
31 Sydney Street, Mogo
02 4475 6270
1800 139 920
LALC’s were established under the Aboriginal Land Rights ACT 1983 as the elected representatives for Aboriginal people in NSW. This role extends beyond representation of the interests of Land Council members, to all Aboriginal people living in NSW. Local Aboriginal Land Councils which collectively manage the range of support services delivered at local level to their communities. These services include housing, legal affairs, employment, training and property acquisition and management.
3/34D Orient St, Batemans Bay
38 Princes Highway, Bodalla
32 Sydney Street, Mogo
193 Vulcan Street, Moruya
16 Canty Street, Narooma
13 Umbarra Road, Wallaga Lake
Batemans: Bay 4472 7390
Bodalla: 4473 5404
Mogo: 4474 5229
Moruya: 4474 4188
Wagong: 4476 1144
Merrimans: 4473 7288
Katungul ACC&MS provides culturally appropriate health care to Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander communities on the Far South Coast of NSW. Our staff is committed to providing high quality treatment and services in a culturally appropriate way.
Outreach Centre, Wallaga Lake
Batemans Bay : 1/3 Old Princess Hwy, Batemans Bay
Narooma: 26 Princes Hwy, Narooma
Batemans Bay : 02 4488 4050
Narooma: 02 4476 2155
ICC’s engage with Indigenous communities, other levels of Government and service providers to support initiatives that help close the gap on Indigenous disadvantage.
Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FHCSIA)
Level 1 Cnr Princes Hwy & Beach Road, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
03 8344 9163 or 1300 366 611
A team of Aboriginal health workers and nurse’s work with local GP’s to improve the health of Aboriginal people locally. The program has a particular focus on child and maternal health as well as prevention and management of chronic disease.
Level 1/73 Vulcan St, Moruya NSW 2537
Provide mentoring for clients and employers, assistance with employment, pre-employment training, resumes, applicant and interview assistance for Aboriginal people. They service the areas from Sydney to the Victorian border.
Unit 5 / 59 Junction Street, NOWRA, NSW
An Anglican Aboriginal Ministry offering spiritual teaching and community support in the areas of art and craft projects, women’s group and youth initiatives.
2 Church St, Mogo NSW 2536
02 4474 4988
The Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer (ACLO) is a member of the Local Area Command, Crime Management Team with the responsibility for providing advice and support to Police in the management of Aboriginal issues across the Local Area Command (LAC). The ACLO works closely with the Aboriginal community, Aboriginal community organisations and other service providers in their day to day activities.
Far South Coast Local Area Command
0404 446 159
Aboriginal Affairs NSW is part of the NSW Government. The Department works with Aboriginal people, government agencies and the private and community sectors to promote the interests of Aboriginal people in NSW and reduce the inequity they continue to experience as a result of colonisation.
Level 1 Baylink
3 Flora Crescent, Batemans Bay NSW 2536
02 4478 2679