• Addiction in NSW

    People experiencing or at risk of homelessness often suffer from multiple types of disadvantage, including addiction. Addiction refers to a range of behaviours, from substance misuse to gambling.

  • Disability Services in NSW

    The Society’s Disability Services includes three major employment services in Sydney and Northern NSW; recreational and leisure programs; housing for people with intellectual or physical disabilities; as well as the NSW Government Ability Links...

  • Domestic and Family Violence in NSW

    Vinnies provides crisis accommodation, can help in a range of areas, including case management, Centrelink assistance, housing, immigration issues, education and recreational activities, health, and counselling and art therapy.

  • Family Services in NSW

    The St Vincent de Paul Society conducts various programs to help children and families. One of the largest programs is childrens’ camps to provide children from lower socio-economic backgrounds to enjoy the experience of recreational activities.

  • Finances in NSW

    Vinnies provides a range of financial support services on a one-on-one basis for people seeking assistance.

  • Food in NSW

    Vinnies soup vans operate where the need is greatest in capital cities and regional centres. We do so with the generous support of our many volunteers, sponsors, donors and suppliers.

  • General Support in NSW

    As part of our general support services to the most vulnerable among us, Vinnies has a number of programs that we call our Special Works.

  • Health and Wellbeing in NSW

    Anytime you hit a roadblock, Vinnies is here to help. We can be a source of support for general well-being no matter where you are at in your life, no matter what challenges you are facing.

  • Housing and Homelessness in NSW

    Vinnies has a strong commitment to the range of issues that lead single men and women, women and children, two parent families, men with children and young men and women to become homeless or at risk of homelessness.

  • Resettling in NSW

    The Society has a number of programs in different states and territories that support refugee children and families as they settle into life in Australia.

  • Compeer Friendship Program in NSW

    Compeer is an internationally affiliated program for people living with a mental illness. Based on the principle of the Power of Friendship.