Facts about the Blue Mountains Community
The Blue Mountains is home to a vibrant and diverse community spread across more than 100 km from Lapstone to Lithgow.
A set of issuebased fact sheets has been developed through the Blue Mountains Community Interagency with information specific to the Blue Mountains community on Addictions, Ageing, Children and Families, Disability, Environmental Sustainability, Financial Stress, Homelessness and Housing, Inclusiveness, Indigenous People, Transport, Wellbeing and Youth is available on our Blue Mountains Community Issues Fact Sheets webpage.
The Blue Mountains Community Services Directory along with other service-related directories will shortly be available available on our Accessing Services webpage. The Blue Mountains Community Services Directory provides the names and contact phone numbers for more than 300 community and government organisations providing services to people residing in the Blue Mountains.
Information on MCRN Member organisations and the services they provide is available through the individual Member Websites which are listed under the 'Our Sector' menu item.
Anyone looking to find mentalh health support, carer support, or even a community garden working bee, can find details about varrious support groups operating across the Blue Mountains and neighbouring areas on our Support Groups page.
Emergency Recovery & Preparedness
A range of support services are available to assist people affected by bushfires and other emergencies.
Resources for the Community to help prepare for an emergency, during an emergency and with recovery are available from Emergency Resources for the Community. This page also includes information on resources for businesses and for Community Service Organisations.