Aftercare is Australia’s longest serving mental health organisation. We support thousands of people with a lived experience of mental illness across Australia to lead fulfilling, independent lives. We are also a registered NDIS service provider.
Would you like to get involved with Aftercare and make a difference in community? There are many ways you can make that difference, such as volunteering, making a donation, student and work placements and exciting career opportunities.
Working at Aftercare
Aftercare often has exciting career opportunities available with different types of roles, from support workers to administration assistants to marketing professionals.
Please check our careers page for an overview of all available career opportunities.
Volunteering at Aftercare
Aftercare provides a variety of volunteering opportunities, ranging from arts programs and projects through to assisting clients develop necessary life skills such as communication and budgeting.
We also welcome corporate involvement in areas such as information technology, marketing and project development.
Please check our volunteer opportunities page for an overview of our volunteering process.
Student/Work Placements at Aftercare
Aftercare offers a variety of opportunities for those who want to get involved, including work experience and internships. We provide everyday support for people experiencing mental illness to create opportunities to enable them to live a fulfilling and enriched life.
Our work experience and intern programs provide practical on-the-job training that allows you to be an integral part in changing the lives of people experiencing mental illness. You get to work among people who truly care about members of this community and the issues they face.
Please check our student placements page for an overview of opportunities for students.
“You can change lives by simply donating today.”
Aftercare is a not-for-profit organisation delivering essential care services to those living with mental illness and intellectual disabilities, as well as their families and carers. We rely on funding from the NSW, Queensland, WA and Federal Governments to provide the bulk of our services.
Donations to Aftercare are used for educating the broader community on mental health, as well as for developing and delivering new services.
Donations from individuals and organisations also help Aftercare to undertake or commission high quality independent research into a diverse array of mental health issues such as the stigma of mental illness and the challenges of being a carer and so on.
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