Our History

Amaranth, founded in 2009, provides a range of services and social impact programs to people living in rural communities throughout southern NSW and NE Victoria. With centres in Corowa and Wagga Wagga, services include a comprehensive NDIS Program, Therapeutic Social Work services and supports under the Medicare Better Access to Mental Health Care Initiative; Employee Assistance Programs, Health and Wellbeing Programs and Post hospital support programs. Our Social Impact Programs are expanding to an ever increasing community need and include: Corowa and region Food Bowl Program in partnership with Wodonga Food Share, Rivalea and Corowa Woolworths (Oz Harvest); Men’s support groups – Friday Night@The Station; The Men’s Table; Motorcycles for Mindfulness; Grief and Loss support groups; community based support for people experiencing disadvantage; Volunteering @Amaranth and generalist (community based) Palliative and End of Life Care.

Amaranth Foundation registered as a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider in 2018. Consistent with its vision and purpose, Amaranth’s NDIS Programs include : Plan Management, Support Coordination (including specialist support coordination and psychosocial recovery coaching), support services, Therapeutic Supports, Health and Wellbeing programs, including Clinical Nutrition, Nursing, Wellness Coaching and Mindfulness and Yoga programs.