Help For You

Weave provides a range of services that include practical support, housing referral support, counselling, mental health services, drug and alcohol support, access to education and employment opportunities and assistance with connecting you to other services.

Young People Needing Support

Phone: (02) 9318 0539

Our intake meetings are held every Tuesday morning, where new referrals are assessed and/or allocated or referred on.

People Exiting Custody

Phone: (02) 9318 0539

Support for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people pre and post-release. Must live in or have a strong connection to the City of Sydney.

Women & Children's Centre

Phone: (02) 9699 9036

Support for women with children aged 0-12, and women experiencing domestic violence.

Weave Woolloomooloo

Phone: (02) 9331 2153

We offer advocacy with external agencies and general support to local Woolloomooloo, Kings Cross and Darlinghurst residents.

Fostering Strength & Resilience

At Weave, we are committed to creating a robust community framework that builds emotional and social wellbeing, resilience and connection.

We’re committed to connecting people and the wider community, and strengthening the bonds that reduce social isolation.

We provide emotional and practical support for children, young people, women and families.

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“If it wasn’t for Weave and the workers there helping me through the hardest time of my life, I don’t know where I’d be today. They’ve helped me tremendously.”

- Yasemin, 24

Not sure who to talk to?

If you or a young person you know needs support please call (02) 9318 0539 and we'll take the next steps together.

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#WeaveSurvivalTips is a campaign that celebrates our unique ways of coping and surviving, focusing on the small things that make a big difference in surviving tough times.


Launched in 2014, #WeaveSurvivalTips aims to shift the focus on mental wellbeing so we can start talking and celebrating people's strengths and resilience.

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#WeaveSurvivalTips celebrates our strengths, our resilience and our unique ways of getting through tough times.

What do you do to get through tough times?

We All Go Through Tough Times

#WeaveSurvivalTips acknowledges it doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from, what your background is, we all go through tough and challenging times.

Our goal is to create a space where people feel safe and encouraged to share their Survival tips and engage in activities and conversations that enhance mental wellbeing. Together, we are creating a resource of Survival Tips that is accessible and constantly expanding, and where people can identify and connect with other people’s experiences and tools for getting through tough times.

Download your #WeaveSurvivalTips card and join us to share your tips on social media.

#WeaveSurvivalTips video workshops with filmmaker Benny Edwards saw a group of local young people capture footage, record interviews and edit short pieces about the campaign and what they do to get through hard times.

What Do You Do To Get Through Tough Times?

We believe that asking “what do you do to get through tough times?” is a positive way of shifting the focus from problem centred thinking to a strengths-based, resilience-focused frame, and we have experienced the power of this shift when people are so willing to share and contribute when they are asked to reflect on their strengths and what works for them.

Download your #WeaveSurvivalTips card and join us to share your tips on social media.