COMMUNITY DIRECTORY

IMPORTANT   CONTACTS  /  LINKS

DOMESTIC  VIOLENCE  ASSISTANCE

Domestic Violence Help line - 1800 65 64 63

1800RESPECT - 1800 737 732 www.1800respect.org.au

NSW Rape Crisis - 1800 424 017
www.dvrcv.org.au

Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement Inc - 9542 4029
www.enoughisenough.org.au

Sutherland Shire Family Services - 9528 2933
www.ssfs.org.au

Child Protection Helpline - 132 111

Interrelate - 1300 473 528
www.interrelate.org.au

Kids Helpline - 1800 55 1800
www.kidshelpline.com.au

MensLine Australia - 1300 78 99 78
www.mensline.org.au


SUPPORT  FOR  PEOPLE 
WITH  A  DISABILITY

National Disability Insurance Scheme - 1800 800 110
www.ndis.gov.au

Disability Services Australia - 1300 372 121
www.dsa.org.au

CIVIC Disability Services - 1300 692 484
www.civic.org.au

Sylvanvale Foundation - 1300 244 577
www.sylvanvale.com.au

The Disability Trust - 9540 3011
www.disabilitytrust.org.au

Advance Diversity Services - 9597 5455
www.advancediversity.org.au

MENTAL  HEALTH  SERVICES

Mental Health Line - 1800 011 511
www.headtohealth.gov.au/mentalhealth

Lifeline Australia - 13 11 14
www.lifeline.org.au

Hopefield - 9545 0299
www.hopefield.org.au

Sutherland Shire Family Services - 9528 2933
www.ssfs.org.au

Headspace - 9575 1500
www.headspace.org.au

eheadspace - 1800 650 890
headspace.org.au/eheadspace

Orana NSW- 9521 8280
www.oranansw.org.au

Enough is Enough - 9542 4029
www.enoughisenough.org.au

Beyond Blue - 1300 22 4636
www.beyondblue.org.au

Suicide Call-Back Service - 1300 659 467
www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au

MensLine Australia - 1300 78 99 78
www.mensline.org.au

EMERGENCY  RELIEF  SUPPORT

Orana NSW Inc - 9521 8280
www.oranansw.org.au

Salvation Army - 1300 371 288
www.salvationarmy.org.au

St Vincent de Paul - 9542 4924
www.vinnies.org.au

FOOD  SUPPORT

Hopefield - 9545 0299
(grocery shopping)
www.hopefield.org.au

Orana NSW Inc - 9521 8280
(food parcels)
www.oranansw.org.au

Sutherland Food Services - 9540 7365
(Meals on Wheels)
www.sutherlandfoodservices.com.au

Reaching - 1300 055 100
(food parcels)
www.reaching.org.au

Gymea Community Aid - 9524 9559
(assisted shopping)
www.gymeacommunityaid.org.au

3Bridges Community - 1300 327 434
(assisted shopping and meal services)
www.3bridges.org.au

ABORIGINAL  SUPPORT

Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation - 9528 0287
www.kurranulla.org.au

Sutherland Shire Family Services (Aboriginal Worker) - 9528 2933
www.ssfs.org.au

CARERS  SUPPORT  SERVICES

Carer Gateway - 1800 422 737
www.carergateway.gov.au

Emergency Respite - 1800 052 022

Companion Card scheme - 1800 893 044
www.companioncard.gov.au

Carers NSW - 1800 242 636
www.carersnsw.org.au

Sutherland Shire Carers Support - 9542 6292
www.sscss.org.au

HOMELESSNESS SUPPORT

Link2Home 1800 152 152
www.facs.nsw.gov.au

LOCAL  CONTACTS

EMERGENCY SERVICES - 000

Sutherland Police - 9542 0899

Miranda Police - 9541 3899

Cronulla Police - 9527 8199

Sutherland Hospital - 9540 7111

VETERANS  SUPPORT

Open Arms - Veterans - 1800 011 046
www.openarms.gov.au

Crossroads Community Care Centre Inc is a registered charity, an incorporated association, a registered community housing provider and has an Australian Business number. Our constitution aims are to provide;

  1. A consultation and referral service.
  2. Facilities and programmed activities to develop the physical, mental and psychological health of the community.

Over the 50 years of our operation, we have supported and created many community services in response to the varying levels and type of needs arising in the community.

Our staff have the degrees, qualifications and experience to develop and provide our community services and they receive internal and external supervision. Our board of management have the qualifications, experience and commitment to ensure ongoing accountability, good policies and vision to maintain and support our community services.

You are welcome to contact us for further information on our organisation, see our home page for all our contact details.

Crossroads also runs DV Safety NSW which is a non - profit, non - government, charity organisation who's aim is to increase the safety of those experiencing domestic and family violence, headed by Christine Bird who has 40 years experience working in family and domestic violence.

DV Safety's priority and purpose is to raise awareness and ultimately funds, to increase the number of safe, women's refuges in NSW which have shrunk dramatically over the past four years, since the government reforms in 2013, from 89 to less than 20.

We also want to increase access to specialist domestic violence services and workers across Australia. Please help us achieve our goals and donate or like us on facebook.

According to the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, between October 2016 and September 2017 34 people died as a direct result of domestic violence in NSW alone.

Here are a few faces of some of the women we have failed over recent years...