Our Social Services team develops partnerships with government and not-for-profit agencies to provide help for people who are vulnerable or in need of care.
The Sonder network supports those in domestic abuse situations, mental health patients, military veterans, disadvantaged youth and other at-risk demographics.
Do you work with communities in need? We can support your people with early intervention and crisis response at the touch of a button.
When it comes to mental health, a key challenge is providing care whenever and however people need it. Sonder talks to Dr. Alex Lim about providing tech-enabled support to members when they don't have immediate access to their clinician.Find out more
Increased incidence of domestic and family abuse has been an unfortunate outcome of city-wide lockdowns during the pandemic. Sonder has partnered with Movers to provide practical 24/7 assistance to those enduring domestic abuse.Find out more
Returned servicemen and women often face challenges adjusting to life after service. There are near 4,000 ex-service organisations which can prove hard to navigate at any given time. Sonder is working with veterans groups to get the right help to those who need it. Help that spans psychological to physical, preventative to responsive.
All over Australia people are struggling. Government and community groups are facing an increasingly difficult task in delivering help where and when it is needed. Sonder is proud to work with stakeholders in local and state government, in family and domestic abuse, veterans affairs and mental health to provide innovative, co-created solutions to support those in greatest need.
An increase in reported cases of family and domestic abuse is one of the tragic consequences of the shift to remote working during COVID-19. We work with community organisations such as Weave and Movers to get new forms of help to those who need it most.
Weave Youth & Community Services