Community Service Program
United Minds believes everyone should have access to mental health support, regardless of financial circumstances. We also understanding that at times of hardship, having access to support to help with food and material aid can help make a difference. This is why we have our community funded and supported Community Service Program (CSP). This service is fully funded by the local community, we receive no government funding. Thanks to the kindness of local community members and business we are able to deliver a food bank, community funded psychological support, material and financial aid and an op shop.
COMMUNITY FUNDED PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT
Through the generous financial donations from the local community and local businesses, United Minds is able to offer people who are unable to afford psychological support, access to community funded sessions for a low fee of $20 per session. These spaces are limited and dependent on community funding. Contact us to find out more 8692-9949
Material Aid and Community Engagement
Our CSP not only provides support in the form of material aid, we also help link people in with local community initiatives to help them overcome financial barriers. A recent example is a local community member who was struggling to fund driving lessons. Our CSP coordinator helped source local government funded initiatives to help fund driving lessons for this person.
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COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY
United Minds has a foodbank on site in Yarrambat. This support is extended beyond registered clients and is available to anyone in the community who is in need. Our CSP coordinator, Tracey, operates and food pantry most weeks. We can also prepare food and clothing hampers. For further information on how to get support or how to support our work, please contact Tracey on
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