Who We Are
CATA provides mental health support programs for all people, including neuro, physical, gender and culture diverse people.
CATA empowers and impacts the lives of people living with trauma or adverse experiences.
We provide mental health triage, recovery, support, prevention, acute acre and complex needs processes for children, adolescents and adults.
CATA delivers face-to-face and outreach services (traveling to people), with flexible door-to-door delivery in ways that work best for the individual’s mental health goals and needs
CATA produces safe, creative and thriving environments to foster growth and development.
Only qualified registered Creative Arts Therapists and Psychotherapists work for/with CATA.
CATA is aligned and partnered with local hospitals, hospices, schools and organisations working with people facing adversity.
CATA focusses on integrity and respect for all people.
CATA at a glance:
- Registered Australian Charities and Not for Profit Commission
- Public Benevolent Institution
- Deductible Gift Recipient Status 1
- NDIS registered
- Organisational member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA)