How We Help People
Mission of Hope has been targeting the key areas of Holistic health and wellbeing, community development, and crisis support and management service.
Mission of Hope has worked in collaboration with various government and non-government organisations over the years to help facilitate, engage and support the diverse community.
At the heart of Mission of Hope is its commitment to awareness, education and change around issues and services that are limited in accessibility to the diverse community.
As a leading health and well-being service provider within culturally diverse communities, Mission of Hope continues to provide such awareness and education programs to help facilitate change, Transformation and Healing.
Hayat House, a Mission of Hope initiative, was established in 2003 as a drug and alcohol service aiming at offering services to the, but not limited, to the wider Muslim community. Since its conception, Hayat House has provided ongoing services in the drug and alcohol space commencing with Street Outreach and leading into Counselling, Case Management and Information and Referral Services.
Hayat Line is a free and confidential crisis support line for Muslims in Australia supporting individuals when experiencing a personal crisis or emotional distress.
Hayat Line provides emotional support for suicide prevention with compassion, connection, rahma, nasihah, and hope
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Australia’s First Men’s Behavioural Change Program for Men and young people that use violence in relationships. The program integrates the intersections. Between Mental Health, Addiction for Culturally Diverse, First Nations, Refugee and Muslim Communities
Mission of Hope’s Women’s Services include:
– Weekly women’s only groups facilitated by a psychotherapist both face to face and online. Culturally Safe and Curated for Muslim women and women of culturally diverse backgrounds.
What started off as a space with many of the participants feeling very suffocated with grief, acute mental health challenges, and adversity influenced by personal, community and international events impacting wellbeing, ended up becoming a space in which all participants felt safe to share and hold each other safely.
The verbalised emotions and embodied felt sense expressed at the end of the closing of the group was that of connection, hopefulness and light-heartedness
Over 20 years of Services’
Case Management. Counselling. Community Resilience
Mission of Hope has being delivering services to the Muslim and broader culturally and linguistically diverse communities for over 20 years.
Established in 2003 our service has grown to be trusted by migrant and First Nations communities as a culturally safe services across NSW and Australia.
20+ Years Servicing the Community
Mission of Hope was established in 2003. Since then, it has delivered professional, effective and quality well-being services and community development programs to the Muslim community of Australia.
Crucial Interventions to Those in Need
Our work has focused on drug intervention services, street outreach, professional counselling (for individuals and families) and mental health awareness support, as well as other programs delivered through the support of our communit
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