We are Intensive Support

Since 2003 Intensive Support (ISS) has supported children/young people on Child Protection (CP) and out-of-home-care (OOHC) statutory orders. Intensive Support is a registered National Disability and Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider of support services and NSW Family and Community Services Non-Placement Support Services (NPSS) provider. Intensive Support has accredited compliance to the NSW Disability Service Standards and is an approved NSW Revenue Work Development Order sponsor.

The focus of Intensive Support is children and young people with, high risk behaviours, trauma and mental illness, substance abuse problems and who are on statutory orders. Strong focus is given to providing support services to children and young people at risk of entering the justice system or young people on custodial orders or exiting custodial settings. Additional consideration is given to Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islander People and people with Cultural Diversity. 

The support services are delivered through the National Disability Insurance Scheme and NSW Family and Community Services Non-Placement Support Services scheme.

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