Next Generation Allied Health Practice
 referrals@thehealthhub.org.au 07 3890 7033 07 3890 7077
Social Work

About Social Work

Social work is a university-qualified profession dedicated to assisting people to improve their lives, with a focus on their personal and social well-being.

Social workers take the time needed to build relationships with people so that together they can consider all aspects of their situation, including their strengths and capacities, as well as the areas where they need help.

They offer solutions, supports and pathways that make sense in the context of the person’s environment, preferences and abilities.

As qualified professionals, social workers have the skills and knowledge to support individuals, families, groups and communities. You’ll find social workers in a wide range of organisations and settings including federal and state governments, hospitals, schools, community services organisations, and private practice. 

Social workers can sometimes be hard to spot because their job title might not include the words: social work.

Qualified social workers might also use the following job titles: counsellor, case manager, mental health clinician, community worker, housing worker, team manager, policy development advisor, youth worker, wellbeing coordinator and child protection officer.

However, it is important to remember that not all people using these job titles are qualified social workers

We Offer Diverse Participant Support

Group Work

Advocacy

Policy

One-On-One Counselling

Community Development

What do we help?

  • Addiction
  • Gambling
  • Poverty
  • Alcohol & other drugs
  • Homelessness or housing stress
  • Trauma
  • Legal
  • Relationships
  • Mental wellbeing & illness
  • Domestic & family violence
  • Physical health & disabilities
  • Social injustice & discrimination
  • Child and family
  • Self-determination & fulfillment
We help people overcoming life's obstacles, enhancing their wellbeing

Available for Social Work Intervention:

Assessments such as Functional Capacity Assessments, Functional Behaviour Assessments, and Psychosocial Assessments. Usually takes 15 hours to conduct assessments and report completion, which may vary depending on the case’s complexity.

Capacity building to access employment or educational opportunities or build social skills and confidence.

Coordinating or managing life stages and transitions.

Counselling and other therapeutic support and interventions, such as grief or trauma counselling.

Mediation and
conflict resolution.

Positive Behaviour Support Plan

Providing support and education to a person’s network by implementing a Positive Behaviour Support Plan.

Get Our Flyer for Referral​

You are welcome to download our flyer and send your referral.

Get In Touch

Contact Us

Email Address

referrals@thehealthhub.org.au

Phone

07 3890 7033

Fax

07 3890 7077

Opening Times

Monday to Friday - 7am to 7pm
Saturday - 7am to 4pm
Sunday - CLOSED

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