Find out why we’re excited about Community Hub Partnerships and how you can become one here.
Current Community Hub Partners and Services
- One Meal
- Centrelink (Services Australia) Outreach
- Legal Aid NSW – Family Law EIU
- Manly Legal Advice Service
- Northern Beaches Women’s Shelter
- Paula James Psychology (Bulk Billing)
- Family Drug Support
- Northern Beaches Youth and Family Counselling Service (Northern Beaches Council)
- Oz Harvest
- ATO Tax Help
- Lifeline Financial Counselling
- Manly Business Chamber
- Love Scout Counselling
- Clarity Counselling
- Lifeline Counselling
- Uniting LAC NDIS
- Roses In the Ocean
Our Hubs were also utilised by organisations providing an array of recreational and educational activities:
- Photography classes
- Laughter yoga
- Multicultural community yoga
- Music Classes
- Greek language classes
- First Aid courses
- Safe driver programs
- Religious worship groups
Community Northern Beaches offers an array of evidence-based best practice treatments in consultation with clients. Each client is unique and requires an individualised plan dependent upon the issues and goals of that person.
Clients types: Adolescents, Adults and Couples
Services Offered: Domestic Violence, Adult survivors of sexual abuse, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Rehabilitation/Injury Counselling, Shyness and Social Skills deficit, Anxiety and phobias, Bullying, Divorce/separation, Life transition and adjustment issues, Relationship counselling, Stress Management, Assertiveness training, Conflict Resolution, Grief and loss, Psychosis, Self-esteem and self-development, Workplace bullying.
Bulk billing is available (please enquire).
Make an inquiry today.
Family Law Early Intervention Unit
Please call 1800 551 589 to make an appointment for free confidential legal advice
What Legal Aid can help you with:
- Problems seeing your children.
- Arrangements to look after children within the family.
- Property problems after separation.
- Child support.
- Problems with the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) (once called FaCS or DOCS).
- We can assist you to apply for a grant of legal aid and connect you with other legal aid lawyers, court duty lawyers, private practitioners, or family mediation services.
Services Legal Aid provides:
- Legal advice and information.
- Finding a family mediation service.
- Finding a lawyer to represent you in an ongoing case if you are eligible for legal aid.
- Helping you to apply for a grant of legal aid.
- Referring you to court duty services.
- Writing a letter, or contacting an agency, such as a government department, on your behalf.
There is no means or merit test.
A community engagement officer from Centrelink attends the Manly Community Hub Drop-in on Wednesdays from 10am – 12pm to provide assistance to our service users.
Please see below Smart Centre numbers for your information:
- Employment services 132850
- Youth and students 132490
- Families and parents 136150
- Disability, sickness and carers 132717
- Indigenous call centre 1800136380
- Medicare 132011
- Child support 131272
- Phone self-service 136240
Manly Legal Advice Service
Manly Legal Advice Service (MLAS) is a free, volunteer-run community service operating out of Community Northern Beaches in Manly. It is able to provide generalist advice and information about your rights and responsibilities under the law and about legal system processes. Volunteer lawyers do not have the capacity to take on matters, but, insofar as their knowledge and experience allows, can assist you in accessing the right authorities, lodging forms, and being referred to specialist community legal centres. There is no means or merits test to access the service.
- Every Thursday 6 pm – 8 pm, and also,
- The third Saturday of every month, 10 am – 12 pm.
This is a walk-in service ie. first-come-first-served and no appointment necessary
52 Raglan Street, Manly, NSW 2095
Manly Business ChamberThe Manly Business Chamber is one of the strongest in New South Wales, providing a platform to help members prosper and succeed through a productive working partnership with all levels of Government and other community organisations. The Chamber acts as the collective voice of businesses and seeks the involvement and participation of a cross-section representative to:
- participate in debates on matters of public importance
- provide exposure for our members and their businesses
- encourage the retention of community dollars within Manly to maintain and strengthen a prosperous business climate
- actively promotes Manly’s attractions and lifestyle with a view to drawing new residents, visitors and tourists
- pursues objectives and strategies to favour development in Manly
- recognises the need for links between Chamber, Council and tourism bodies when working towards common goals
- provide the opportunity for all members to prosper within the Manly region whenever possible.