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One Door Mental Health

Contact

Name: Belinda Korner

Position: Marketing and Communications Manager

Email: belinda.korner@onedoor.org.au

Address

LMB 5014

Gladesville

New South Wales 1675

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Our Mission / Objective

When one faces the challenges of mental illness, the sky darkens, the weather cools and shelter can be hard to find.

Hope for recovery, for the future, for the community and for each other, can seem to fade.

As one traverses the mental health landscape of help, advice, information, services, hospitals, and research, it can feel like you are being blown in the wind.

This journey can take you down dark alleys and over challenging peaks.

What is needed on this journey are signs of hope. Signposts of brightness. Welcoming lights at the end of the road.

And what better people to create these signs than those who have walked the journey before you.

Those who, for over 30 years, have pioneered paths, supported friends, provided direction and changed the landscape.

Those whose passion belongs in making the world a better place for people who live with a mental illness, their carers and families.

Those who have planted so many seeds of hope and recovery along the way, they have left a path lit by brightness especially for those who come behind them.

Those who understand, and are waiting for others to arrive.
Standing on the threshold are the people from One Door Mental Health – with information, education, advocacy and most importantly arms open with care and kindness.

One Door through which to access a diverse mental health recovery community. A place where those living with mental illness, those caring for someone with a mental illness, and those advocating and supporting people with a mental illness come to share, so that others only need to make one journey.

You’ll know where to find the people from One Door because their symbol of hope is the sunflower. For the sunflower turns towards the light; its bright petals are unique, and its strong core hold them together.

When you see the sunflower along your journey, you’ll know that is where you’ll find an inclusive community, innovative services, and strong advocacy. It is where you’ll find people who have walked your path and who are ready to help you walk yours.

The sunflower leads to One Door, a place of hope on your mental health journey.
Welcome.

Our Services

Through One Door Mental Health, people living with mental illness and their families can find an inclusive community, innovative services and strong advocacy. For more than 30 years One Door has designed and delivered expert mental health programs now available through the NDIS. Creating a world in which people with a mental illness are valued and treated as equals is at the heart of everything we do.
The majority of our team have lived experience, giving us unparalleled expertise in mental health. We respect individual choice and understand the complexities of family life and the recovery journey.
The team at One Door Mental Health are your NDIS mental health specialists

Projects in Progress

The team at One Door Mental Health are your NDIS mental health specialists. One Door helps you unlock the NDIS and all the life-changing opportunities that come with it. The NDIS gives you more choice and control about the services and supports you use.  One Door makes it easy for you to find out if you are eligible to apply. If you are, we can help you through the application process.

Your plan will include what’s important to you, anything you’d like to change and new things you’d like to try.  If your NDIS application is approved, One Door can provide you with a whole range of services under the scheme. 

One Door Advocacy influences and produces systemic change to ensure fair treatment and social justice for people with mental illness and their carers. A key part of ending the stigma is education. One Door Education and Training runs regular workshops for consumers, families, carers and the general public on a broad range of topics. 

Beautiful Minds Community Committee 

Reconciliation Action Plan

One Door provides essential services that help people recover from mental illness, this is the core of what we do. We can help with any aspect of your recovery; from physical health services, support groups, one-on-one support, finding a job or even just having somewhere safe and comfortable to go for some social contact, we are here to help.

Berrima Cottage Bowral

Endeavour Clubhouse Port Macquarie

Frangipani House Parramatta

Harmony House Campbelltown

Helping Hands Nowra

Hercules House Chatswood

Light & Hope Clubhouse Wollongong

Pioneer Clubhouse Balgowlah

Sunflower House Ulladulla, Wagga, Canberra  

Western Sydney Recovery College 

Partners in Recovery

Mental Health Sports Network 

Onfire Program – Youth

One Door work with headspace

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

58 903 786 913

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

Leave a life-changing legacy

Sometimes, the change we want to see in the world, takes more than one lifetime. 
Leaving a bequest is a powerful way to ensure your vision of what the world can be, still has a chance. 

You can choose to leave your bequest to a specific program of ours, to ensure your donation goes to where you want it to. 

General Donations

A little action goes a long way.
We know, because unlike any other organisation out there, the majority of our team report having a lived experience – that is, first-hand experience of mental illness or caring for someone who with mental illness. This depth of lived experience means we aren’t just delivering services, we are passionately working to create a better world for people who live with and care for someone with mental illness – for all of us. We know first-hand how precious our resources are and the enormous difference they make. 

Your gift will make a huge difference. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation. Join us in creating a better world for people living with mental illness. You can support us in a range of different ways. You can decide if your donation goes towards keeping our services going or towards research into schizophrenia.

Become a friend of One Door 

Becoming a Friend of One Door gives you the opportunity to play an active role in changing lives.

Volunteer 

Trained volunteers help with a range of our services including the One Door Information and Support line. If you live in Nowra, you can volunteer with Helping Hands, who assist with group activities and more for those living with mental illness. 

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

When one faces the challenges of mental illness, the sky darkens, the weather cools and shelter can be hard to find.

Hope for recovery, for the future, for the community and for each other, can seem to fade.

As one traverses the mental health landscape of help, advice, information, services, hospitals, and research, it can feel like you are being blown in the wind.

This journey can take you down dark alleys and over challenging peaks.

What is needed on this journey are signs of hope. Signposts of brightness. Welcoming lights at the end of the road.

And what better people to create these signs than those who have walked the journey before you.

Those who, for over 30 years, have pioneered paths, supported friends, provided direction and changed the landscape.

Those whose passion belongs in making the world a better place for people who live with a mental illness, their carers and families.

Those who have planted so many seeds of hope and recovery along the way, they have left a path lit by brightness especially for those who come behind them.

Those who understand, and are waiting for others to arrive.
Standing on the threshold are the people from One Door Mental Health – with information, education, advocacy and most importantly arms open with care and kindness.

One Door through which to access a diverse mental health recovery community. A place where those living with mental illness, those caring for someone with a mental illness, and those advocating and supporting people with a mental illness come to share, so that others only need to make one journey.

You’ll know where to find the people from One Door because their symbol of hope is the sunflower. For the sunflower turns towards the light; its bright petals are unique, and its strong core hold them together.

When you see the sunflower along your journey, you’ll know that is where you’ll find an inclusive community, innovative services, and strong advocacy. It is where you’ll find people who have walked your path and who are ready to help you walk yours.

The sunflower leads to One Door, a place of hope on your mental health journey.
Welcome.

Our Services

Through One Door Mental Health, people living with mental illness and their families can find an inclusive community, innovative services and strong advocacy. For more than 30 years One Door has designed and delivered expert mental health programs now available through the NDIS. Creating a world in which people with a mental illness are valued and treated as equals is at the heart of everything we do.
The majority of our team have lived experience, giving us unparalleled expertise in mental health. We respect individual choice and understand the complexities of family life and the recovery journey.
The team at One Door Mental Health are your NDIS mental health specialists

Projects in Progress

The team at One Door Mental Health are your NDIS mental health specialists. One Door helps you unlock the NDIS and all the life-changing opportunities that come with it. The NDIS gives you more choice and control about the services and supports you use.  One Door makes it easy for you to find out if you are eligible to apply. If you are, we can help you through the application process.

Your plan will include what’s important to you, anything you’d like to change and new things you’d like to try.  If your NDIS application is approved, One Door can provide you with a whole range of services under the scheme. 

One Door Advocacy influences and produces systemic change to ensure fair treatment and social justice for people with mental illness and their carers. A key part of ending the stigma is education. One Door Education and Training runs regular workshops for consumers, families, carers and the general public on a broad range of topics. 

Beautiful Minds Community Committee 

Reconciliation Action Plan

One Door provides essential services that help people recover from mental illness, this is the core of what we do. We can help with any aspect of your recovery; from physical health services, support groups, one-on-one support, finding a job or even just having somewhere safe and comfortable to go for some social contact, we are here to help.

Berrima Cottage Bowral

Endeavour Clubhouse Port Macquarie

Frangipani House Parramatta

Harmony House Campbelltown

Helping Hands Nowra

Hercules House Chatswood

Light & Hope Clubhouse Wollongong

Pioneer Clubhouse Balgowlah

Sunflower House Ulladulla, Wagga, Canberra  

Western Sydney Recovery College 

Partners in Recovery

Mental Health Sports Network 

Onfire Program – Youth

One Door work with headspace

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

58 903 786 913

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

Leave a life-changing legacy

Sometimes, the change we want to see in the world, takes more than one lifetime. 
Leaving a bequest is a powerful way to ensure your vision of what the world can be, still has a chance. 

You can choose to leave your bequest to a specific program of ours, to ensure your donation goes to where you want it to. 

General Donations

A little action goes a long way.
We know, because unlike any other organisation out there, the majority of our team report having a lived experience – that is, first-hand experience of mental illness or caring for someone who with mental illness. This depth of lived experience means we aren’t just delivering services, we are passionately working to create a better world for people who live with and care for someone with mental illness – for all of us. We know first-hand how precious our resources are and the enormous difference they make. 

Your gift will make a huge difference. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation. Join us in creating a better world for people living with mental illness. You can support us in a range of different ways. You can decide if your donation goes towards keeping our services going or towards research into schizophrenia.

Become a friend of One Door 

Becoming a Friend of One Door gives you the opportunity to play an active role in changing lives.

Volunteer 

Trained volunteers help with a range of our services including the One Door Information and Support line. If you live in Nowra, you can volunteer with Helping Hands, who assist with group activities and more for those living with mental illness. 

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Our Annual Reports

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