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Other Resources

Blue Mountains Local Community Recovery Flyer

Provides useful tips and contacts to assist in recovery from bushfires.


Coming Home with Bipolar

This booklet from Bipolar Australia is designed to help the carers of people who have just been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. The booklet has lots of simple, practical ideas about what carers can do to help the person they care for.


Domestic Violence Information Sheets
NSW Police have developed several information sheets to assist victims of domestic violence and defendants with their journey through the criminal justice system. The sheets cover topics including: general domestic violence information, property recovery orders, domestic violence charges, AVOs and giving evidence in the local court.


Hawkesbury Helping Resources


Looking Out for Your Mob

A guide on how to help someone who’s doing it tough.


Mama Lana’s Community Foundation Service Resource Card


Mental Health Booklet

This resource was developed by Lithgow Information & Neighbourhood Centre and provides information on the various mental health services in Lithgow.


NSW Police Next of Kin Registration Form

Enables persons living alone to record their details at their local police station. This information may assist the ambulance and police to contact a relative or other nominated person in an emergency situation.


Penrith Homelessness and Support Services Resource Card
The Penrith Homelessness and Support Services Resource Card aims to support the community to access services that will assist them to exit or remain out of homelessness. Please note that the information featured on this card is pre COVID-19 and local service delivery has experienced some changes as a result of this pandemic. Please contact the services directly for more information.


Resources and Tips for Parents

An information sheet to help parents support their young person during holidays.


Stronger Together

Provides tips to help the LGBTI community stay strong following the results of the postal survey.