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About HSNet

HSNet is a free directory of human services, open to anyone looking for support services in NSW. It contains 70,000 service listings across family support, child protection, child wellbeing, health, disability, aged care, welfare, community, education, legal, justice and housing.

Services specific to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are highlighted with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags.

In addition to its public availability, HSNet supports government and non-government staff working in the NSW human services sector. It offers providers and referrers a comprehensive web-based public directory of support services, with options for members to use e-referral and service capacity management.

What can you do in HSNet?

For anyone

Search

You can search the comprehensive directory of human and justice services across NSW.

Searching is open to the public and available from any internet-enabled device. Registered members can save favourite services for easy retrieval.

For registered members

Create groups

Once you register as an HSNet member, you can create secure groups for private collaboration.

You can find and share information from around the sector.

You can post articles and events to your group/s and to the HSNet community.

Show capacityYou can display current service availability using the handy traffic light in the service directory, giving referrers useful placement information.
Make referralsUsing our secure network, you can refer a client from service to service and track the progress of the referral, once you’ve been set up as a referrer.

Our partners

HSNet is a cross-sector initiative of the NSW Government. The website is administered and supported by DCJ.

Find out more information at HSNet.

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Last updated: 18 May 2020