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About Us

Parramatta Mission has been providing services to people who are homeless, people facing crisis and people living with mental illness for over 40 years. The Mission’s broader history can be traced back to the opening of the first Wesleyan Methodist Chapel on the current head office site in 1821. Parramatta Mission’s expansive community programs were born out of the early Wesleyan’s ethos of outreach, community and inclusiveness.

Today, Parramatta Mission is one of the largest providers of community mental health services in New South Wales, as well as one of the largest providers of community services to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Western Sydney. The Mission’s programs are delivered from multiple sites across Greater Sydney, extending to the Central Coast, beyond the Blue Mountains, Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and Liverpool.

 
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NEWS

Bikers Blanket Run 2014
Bikers Blanket Run 2014

By Vanessa Watson July 28, 2014, 12:30 p.m.

Local MPs Julie Owens and Geoff Lee jumped onto the back of Harley Davidsons on Friday ahead of their motorbike rides for the annual Bikers Australia Blanket Run.


PJ Carter, Geoff Lee, Greg Hirst, Julie Owens, Jerry Selvon and Grant Howard are ready for the 2014 Bikers Australia Blanket Run on Augus [ ... ]

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Raising Hope Thank you
Raising Hope Thank you



  On Friday the 27th June Parramatta Mission held its first Raising Hope Gala dinner.

The proceeds from this event will contribute towards Raising Hope for homeless women and the vision of establishing supported crisis accommodation for women in need, women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Thank you to all who attended [ ... ]

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Parramatta Eels scarfs donated to people strugglin...
Parramatta Eels scarfs donated to people struggling this winter

MATT SHAND PARRAMATTA ADVERTISER JULY 03, 2014 7:00AM
It MAY just be a scarf, but it can make a world of difference to someone living on the edge.

It can mean a warmer night on the street, a birthday present you couldn’t otherwise afford and, for some, it simply shows that someone cares.

It isn’t a scarf — it’s hope.

The  [ ... ]

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