Program

We work with a small number of individual men on a long-term basis so they can integrate into the community and achieve a successful level of independence and dignity.

EveryMan has a great track record in working with men living with complex support needs other as well as the particular impacts of their disability. These could include involvement with the justice system, acquired brain injury, drug or alcohol use, challenging behaviours leading to family estrangement and social exclusion, and risk of homelessness.

Our approach centres on each individual's interests and priorities. We assist them to develop social and living skills, and social networks so they can live in the community with autonomy.

EveryMan is a registered NDIS provider.  If you are looking for specialist support for a man or men with complex needs related to behaviour and other challenges, please call our office to find out more about our services.

Criteria

Our services are specifically for men in the ACT and region living with high and complex needs who are able to live independently in the community and who are eligible for NDIS support.

Process

Referrals

People access our services through referral - by someone else, or you can refer yourself. This allows us to prioritise based on needs. 

Referrals can be made by people wanting to access services for themselves, or by other agencies or professional service providers using our general referral web form

Please note that due to COVID-19 requiring that our staff work from home and reducing other agencies' access to scanning and faxing equipment EveryMan will no longer be using the pdf referral form.  If you send us a pdf without knowing about this change in policy, we'll send you the link to use in future - we like to keep all our referral information together in one place!

Please call us  can call us direct on 02 6230 6999 if you are interested in making a referral or want to know about what we can offer.

Please note- our services are subject to waiting lists and capacity.

Cost

There are no fees to access these services. 

Contact Us

Ph: (02) 6230 6999

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