Specialist Services

Specialist Services

As part of our services to support job seekers find meaningful and sustainable work, we provide a range of health and social care services designed to help you overcome barriers to work.

We conduct evidence-based assessments and deliver interventions for people who are experiencing difficulty obtaining and maintaining employment. We are able to provide services ranging from assistance with mental health difficulties to unclear vocational goals. We also have connections in the community, which enable us to link you into specialist services and advocate on your behalf.

Our expert Allied Health team comprises registered allied health professionals including psychologists and social workers who are qualified to deliver tailored allied health services to address individual needs. By maintaining a focus on employment goals, our team gives jobseekers the tools to overcome personal barriers or better manage health conditions, gaining the skills and confidence they need to enter the workforce.

Key areas of support include:

  • Accommodation issues
  • Addictions
  • Anger
  • Chronic pain
  • Confidence
  • Family relationship breakdown
  • Financial issues
  • Grief/loss
  • Legal issues
  • Limited work goals
  • Physical health limitations
  • Self-care and wellbeing
  • Social interaction/isolation
  • Trauma
  • Vocational goals

Indigenous Services

Supporting the Federal Government’s ‘Closing the Gap’ initiative to improve opportunities for indigenous Australians.

We are dedicated to championing initiatives that will truly make a difference to our wider Australian and Indigenous community. This is why we deliver employment, career development, and vocational training to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in culturally-sensitive and supportive work environments.

Our internal Reconciliation Working Group meets monthly to create positive change within our branches and the wider community to bring us one step closer to reconciliation and break down cultural stereotypes and discrimination.

Our group talks about these issues and together comes up with innovative ideas and actions that make a difference and encourage Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander history, culture and rights to be a proud part of our everyday. By doing so, we are able to build better relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the wider Australian community.

We also have indigenous staff who are experts at guiding and mentoring our indigenous clients with the aim to help them find work.