All of us need help at different moments in our life. The following list includes services that can help you when you need.
If someone is injured or at immediate risk of hurting themselves or someone else, please call 000 immediately.
Central Coast Women’s Health Centre’s
Wyoming: 4324 2533
Wyong: 4351 1152
Woy Woy: 4342 5905
We are a feminist women’s health centre providing holistic health services to women at three centres located at Wyoming, Wyong and Woy Woy. Our services include clinical health services; counselling; therapeutic and social groups, daily drop-in facility, face to face and phone information and referral, advocacy and a safe space for women. Click Here
Central Coast ARAFMI
Phone: 4323 7731
Central Coast ARAFMI is a grassroots organisation that was established by mental health carers more than forty years ago. We recognise that there is no one size fits all approach to the Recovery journey. The support and services that we provide are guided by you, your interests, strengths and goals. Our vision is for a community that understands and responds to the impact that mental illness has on individuals and their families. Click here
Alcohol and Drug Information Service
Phone: 1800 422 599
24-hour phone support and advise.
Phone: 4392 1341
Kamira Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services Inc provides residential treatment options for women, pregnant women, and women with children who are experiencing problematic alcohol and/or other drug use across New South Wales. Click Here
Phone: 4344 7992
Gambling Solutions Central Coast offers free counselling, support and education to anyone affected in any way by problem gambling. Our counsellors are highly qualified in providing specialised treatment in the complexities of gambling addiction. Click Here
24-hour counselling and online support for sexual assault and family and domestic violence. Click Here
1800 Respect is a 24 hour support and counselling service for anyone who has been impacted by sexual assault, domestic and family violence or abuse. Click here for more information about 1800 Respect.
The Empowering Internet Safety Guide for Women
This is a guide for women on how to stay safe on the internet. Women are often targeted online because they are women. Attacks are often sexualized or misogynistic, and rhetoric tends to focus on their bodies and sexual violence. This is both physically and emotionally damaging. To stay safe online and to protect yourself Click here for more information.
Emergency Accommodation Services
Link2Home Hotline Click Here
Phone: 1800 152 152
Phone: 4325 3540
Coast Shelter has been operating on the Central Coast for over 25 years and is dedicated to transforming the lives of homeless adults, families and young people. We are motivated by the belief that every individual should be able to live in safe, secure, affordable housing. Click Here