Is your workplace Mentally Healthy?
Australian Resource Centre for PTSD brings together patients and mental health care professionals with the shared goal to reduce the burden to PTSD patients. We achieve this through trauma-informed care, support, information, educational workshops, awareness/screening events, weekly support groups and advocacy.
ARC4PTSD also provide PTSD fact sheets, support group material and user-friendly templates so that individuals can easily download from our website as needed. If you do not find the information you require, please contact us on (02)9412-0000. At ARC4PTSD you will be supported with no judgement and everyone is welcome. We are a “Trauma Sensitive” workplace. We care about what’s happened to you, not what’s wrong with you. We help you build the scaffolding (support network) you need around you to assist you in your healing journey.
Brief Organisational History
- Founded in 2015 by Michelle New as a sole trader, trading as Branded New Australia
- August 2017 we moved into the first office (shared space) at 25/11 Romford Rd, Kings Park NSW and registered the business name Australian Resource Centre for PTSD and started trading under this name.
- Feb 2018 moved into the first solo office located at 114 March Street, Richmond, NSW 2753
- Not For Profit Charity in July 2017 with ACNC with DGR 1 status
ARC4PTSD Is The First National PTSD Specific Service Provider Registry In Australia
Australian Resource Centre for PTSD is a national health promotion not for profit charity that supports, educates and advocates for Australians living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The primary goal of the organisation is to raise awareness of post-traumatic stress disorder and for patients to receive equal access to advice, trauma-informed care, support, education and treatment.
- Weekly PTSD support group (12-week program) start at anytime
- Partner Education, Resources and Support
- Yoga, Mindfulness & Meditation Classes
- 4 hour PTSD & Suicide Prevention Educational Workshop
- Workplace Education
- Peer support workforce
- Workplace assessment, is your workplace “mentally healthy”?