Partner Services

The following services are available at the centre and are provided by partner organisations and contributors:

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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.

Make an inquiry today.

Legal AId - Family Law Early Intervention Unit

Free and confidential legal advice

Legal Aid solicitors can help you with:

  • What to do when you separate

  • Sorting out where children live and time they spend with other family members

  • Support and legal advice with regard to family violence

  • Making the most of family law mediation services

  • Cases involving your children and FACS

  • Child support matters

  • Linking you to other services

There is no means or merit test.

Consultation by appointment and held weekly on Tuesdays.

For an appointment call 1800 551 589

Centrelink Outreach

Do you need to talk to Centrelink?  
Drop in for advice at our centre on Wednesdays from 10:30am - 12pm.  For those who cannot access the service in the normal way.

No appointment necessary

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Odyssey House

Free Drug & Alcohol Counselling & Support

Odyssey House offers free individual and group counselling support, information and education to people who are concerned about their drug and/or alcohol use and the impact on their mental health.

Counselling options include:
Face-to-face and phone counselling
Group counselling, recovery group programs and specialised groups
Support to those recovering from both mental health and drug and alcohol issues
Support and advocacy in accessing residential Detox and Rehabilitation programs
Providing you with recovery information, advocacy and linking you to service providers

Held on Tuesday and Thursday 10am - 4pm.

Consultation by appointment, please contact Allison on 1800 397 739.

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Free legal advice staffed by private volunteer solicitors. 
Co-ordinated by The Law Society of NSW.
Held every Thursday 6.00pm - 8.00p,m and 3rd Saturday of every month, 10am - 12 noon.

No appointment necessary

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Financial Counselling Services

Provided by CatholicCare, Diocese of Broken Bay
Free independent and confidential counselling to anyone having difficulties managing money.

Our Financial Counsellors can help you:
Prepare a budget or money plan
Manage debt
Set financial goals
Understand your rights
Negotiate with creditors

Once a month service, 12 noon - 4pm.

For an appointment call 02 8425 8700

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taldumande yOUTH SERVICES

Taldumande is a not-for-profit organisation that supports vulnerable children, young people and their families. They operate the only 24/7 crisis refuge for young people in northern Sydney and offer supported accommodation and community programs that provide a streamlined pathway, from homelessness and family breakdown, to independance and stability.

Services commence at the Centre on Tuesday 29th January 2019

For an appointment email

Manly business chamber

The Manly Chamber is one of the strongest in New South Wales, providing a platform to help members prosper and success 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.