At breakthru Bankstown we deliver the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support that is person centric and goal orientated. We have a wide range of services in NDIS support and we work together with our Allied Health services, Family Mental Health Support Services (FMHSS) and Disability Employment Services (DES) to provide the best quality support for you and your loved ones. Our FMHSS is free and provides ongoing support to children between the ages of 0-18 who are at risk of developing mental illness. We can also deliver any other Capacity Building Line item in the NDIS plan and work collaboratively to meet your needs. Our Allied Health Services offer Behaviour Supports, Psychology, Counselling and Occupational Therapy to improve your health and wellbeing.
Address: Suite 1, Level 3, 41-45 Rickard Rd, Bankstown NSW 2200
Contact number: 1800 767 212
Email: hello@breakthru.org.au

Website: www.breakthru.org.au
Hours of Service: Monday-Friday 8.45am-5.00pm
Area organisation services: Canterbury-Bankstown LGA, and Sydney Metro for refugee and asylum seeker families.
Languages other than English available: Arabic, Cantonese
Referral Pathway: Self referral, phone, in office or email.
Eligibility Criteria: Participants must be registered with the NDIS. breakthru Bankstown can help participants check their eligibility and assist with the necessary paperwork. Additionally, we do offer fee for service. For FMHSS, clients must be over the ages of 12; affected by or at risk of developing a mental illness later on in life; have an adult family willing and able to work with them and the FMHSS; and not in statutory care.
Any Applicable fees: Nil

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In 2016 the former City of Canterbury Council and former Bankstown City Council amalgamated to form the City of Canterbury Bankstown. The new Local Government Area (LGA) is made up of five Council Wards.


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This map can be used as a guide for the areas different organisations service.

The new LGA has different boundaries for some services listed in this directory such as local health districts, state funded programs and NSW Police Local Area Commands. Different boundaries and funding can impact on the services available to different people.