May 2022 –  August 2022

Where will we be?


Postcode: 2166

People Connectors

Our People Connectors are here to give you information about available mental and emotional health resources in your area.


Who to Contact for Help

Local Support Services

Connector Hub

1800 518 216

Support for people with mental health challenges to achieve their goals.

Settlement Services International

(02) 8713 9200

Supporting refugees and asylum seekers and help to access the NDIS.

Metro Assist

(02) 9789 3744

Community services for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.

CORE Community Services

(02) 9727 0477

A range of social and welfare services for multicultural communities.

Community First Step

(02) 9727 4333

A range of programs and support for individuals and families.

Carer Gateway

1800 422 737

A service for carers to access practical information and support

Nakango Vision Multicultural Integration Community Services

(02) 8102 5345

A range of services and support for multicultural communities.

headspace Liverpool

((02) 8785 3200

Mental health support for young people aged 12-25.

Vietnamese Women's Association NSW

0410 830 709

Support and assistance for Vietnamese women and their families.

Speak to Someone

Beyond Blue

1800 512 348

Support for anxiety, depression, or suicide.

24 hours / 7 days a week

Lifeline (24 Hours)

13 11 14

Experiencing a personal crisis.

24 hours / 7 days a week

SANE Australia Forums

1800 1870263

Counselling, peer support, online forums, information and referrals.

NSW Mental Health Access Line

1800 011 511

Advice on mental health services and resources in your local area.

24 hours / 7 days a week


1800 737 732

Support for family or domestic violence, and sexual assault.

24 hours / 7 days a week

Online Support

Head to Health

Online directory to find support in your local area


Resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Receiving a visit – what can you expect?

If you live in one of the areas mentioned above, you may receive a visit from one of our People Connectors. Our People Connectors are trained in linking members of the community with relevant support services.

Our team members may ask whether you or anyone in your household struggles with mental health issues, or suffers from poor emotional wellbeing. These questions are not meant to be invasive, but rather help us suggest services that may be beneficial to you. Approximately 75% of Australians with a mental illness do not receive adequate support. The goal of the ACDC project is to bring this number down by supplying people with helpful and relevant information.

Get in Touch with Us

Call us on 1300 319 015 to:

  • Learn more about the ACDC project.
  • Find out more about when we’ll be in your area.
  • Arrange a visit with a People Connector.
  • Request a free fridge magnet with a list of available local services.

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