Our services cater for all stages of life, and include quality early childhood education and care; services for vulnerable families, children and young people; disability programs and aged care.
With over 550 services across NSWand ACT we're Uniting near you.
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We have a range of services for older and ageing people regardless of lifestyle choices, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation or gender identity
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We work with the most vulnerable and disadvantaged members of our community within the areas of aged care, families, children and young people and early childhood education. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed in our services.
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Our entrance has a frosted glass door and windows with no signage, to ensure privacy for our visitors. Visitors enter from Darlinghurst Road and flow through the centre in a one-way direction.
Clients first visit the waiting room and assessment area. Our staff will talk to them about their current situation and medical history, as well as check their eligibility to use the service. To be eligible, clients must:
Clients visit the injecting room next. The injecting room has eight open booths that can seat two people. Staff (including the registered nurse who is always on duty) keep an eye on things at all times.
Our team provides clean injecting equipment and advice on safer injecting practices. We also offer first aid and other health services. There are waste bins for used equipment and a resuscitation room, which is used to treat people who are experiencing drug overdoses and other health emergencies.
The after-care area is where clients stay, with the support of our team, until they are ready to leave. This is an important space for clients to connect with our staff in a less clinical environment. Tea and coffee facilities are available, and there is a range of health promoting activities that take place here. Our staff talk with people and link them with other services including housing, legal, social welfare, drug treatment and rehabilitation services.
Our clients leave the centre via the door onto Kellett Street. Ambulance staff are also able to enter the centre via this door.
To find out more about the Uniting Sydney MSIC please contact:
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Telephone: + 61 (0) 2 9360 1191
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If you would like to find out more about Uniting MSIC, call us on +61 (0) 2 9360 1191 or email email@example.com.
Our work is inspired and guided by the principles of justice and compassion.
With over 550 services across NSW and ACT there is a Uniting service near you.
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