At Evolve we work with a wide range of support partners to deliver our objectives and meet our residents’ needs. We take a ‘collective impact’ approach to business, on the basis that large-scale progress can be achieved through establishing and fostering partnerships with other organisations to meet common objectives. We do this by partnering with support service providers and other community-based organisations. Collectively we are able to deliver greater housing and social outcomes for individuals and their communities. Below is a list of our support partners and a brief summary of what they do. Please contact 1800myevolve (1800 693 865) if you wish to discuss a need for support services.
Ability Options have been supporting people with disability who need assistance to achieve their aspirations and inclusion in the community for 40 years. They provide a variety of services, supporting people in the home and in the community, in education, with allied health, supported and independent living. They also assist people to find the job that’s right for them.
Barnardos Australia builds relationships between children, young people, their families and the community. They advocate for children and young people and contribute to community knowledge about their issue through the following services:
- Foster care, kinship care & adoptions
- Family support
- Professional development
- Adolescent services
- Community support for all Australian children
- Advocacy for children
Cerebral Palsy Alliance provides family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people and their families living with cerebral palsy and other neurological and physical disabilities.
Their priority is to help babies, children, teenagers and adults living with neurological and physical disabilities lead the most comfortable, independent and inclusive lives possible. Their therapy teams work with individuals and families to maximise their participation in the community.
Disability Services Australia was created by a group of parents to create employment opportunities for their children with a disability. Their overarching mission is to enhance the lives of people with a disability by enabling opportunities for choice, inclusion and achievement at home, in the community, through education and training, and in employment. They are continuously developing to offer individualised, personalised services that meet the changing needs of their customers.
Domestic Violence NSW is the peak, state-wide representative body for a diverse range of specialist domestic and family violence services in New South Wales.
Operating from a feminist, social justice perspective they work to improve the spectrum of policy, legislative and program responses to domestic and family violence (DFV) and to eliminate DFV through leadership in advocacy, partnerships and the promotion of good practice.
Flourish Australia’s vision is to enable full participation within a diverse and inclusive community by working together for optimal mental health and wellbeing. They have a tailored approach to each client, focussing on individual strengths and goals to help build self-confidence and life skills so clients feel empowered to undertake their own recovery journey.
Hunter Valley Disability Services is a consortium comprising local, well respected community organisations, supporting people with disability. The locally based consortium members are fully committed to the people they support to live the best life possible and experience respect, belonging and contribution within their local community.
Interaction Disability Services is a generalist service provider for people with an intellectual disability. They aim to maximise the responsible independence for people in Western Sydney who have intellectual disability.
They provide accommodation support; flexible/combination respite; behaviour/specialist intervention; in-home accommodation support; case management and local coordination; learning and life skills development; recreation and holiday programs.
Marist180 provides a range of programs and services to help individuals achieve their own unique goals. These include providing education opportunities, engagement services, pathways to employment, out-of-home care and accommodation. They are committed to enhancing the wellbeing of all individuals, regardless of age, abilities, culture, religion or background.
The Mid North Coast Disability Services consortium provides a wide range of services to local people with disability, including in-home support and respite services for people living in a shared homes in the greater Coffs Harbour, Kempsey, Port Macquarie and Wauchope regions. They are focused on people having the opportunity to live the life they choose, with support that is designed specifically around their individual needs.
Mission Australia’s integrated nationwide services help people find safe and affordable housing, support disadvantaged children and families, empower troubled young people, assist people with mental illness and disability, and much more. Early intervention and prevention is at the heart of their work. Their services include:
- Homelessness and social housing support
- Families & children services
- Youth services
- Mental wellbeing & disability support
- Employment, skills & training
- Alcohol, drugs and dependencies support
New Horizons offer a diverse range of services and supports for people looking to enhance their wellbeing. They specialise in supporting people with disability, mental health concerns, those who are aged, people at risk of homelessness, humanitarian entrants, youth, and Indigenous Australians. Their services include:
- Personal & domestic care
- Independence & skills building
- Social and recreational
- Specialist Accommodation
RASAID was formed by the parents of a group of 14 families from Sydney’s Ryde area who collectively have 15 adult sons and daughters with dependent intellectual disabilities. These tireless parents have unconditionally cared for their children since birth, however for different reasons are unable to continue to do so. The children now need to be transitioned to nearby suitable supported accommodation. RASAID has been successful in securing both federal and state government grants to purchase the land, build the accommodation and partly fund one of the two accessible vehicles needed.
Royal Rehab aim to be considered Australia’s leading rehabilitation and disability support provider. They offer clinical, research and teaching excellence through their centre, new on-campus college and their network of person-centred disability services. Their other services include:
- Spinal injury rehab
- Brain injury rehab
- Supported accommodation
- Lifestyle support
West Connect Domestic Violence Services provides services to women and children whose lives have been impacted by domestic and family violence and related issues including homelessness.
They operate within a feminist ideology that acknowledges that domestic violence is a gender-based issue. Staff at West Connect are committed to working towards the empowerment of women and children by encouraging them to seek alternatives and options so that women are able to take an active role in making decisions that affect their lives and that of their children’s so they can work towards an independent life free from violence.