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  • 1800 Respect logo

    1800 Respect

    helpline

    1800 Respect is available 24/7 to support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse. When you contact 1800RESPECT, you will talk to a trained counsellor who will listen and support you in what feels right for you and your situation.

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  • Beyond Blue logo

    Beyond Blue

    helpline

    Beyond Blue provides 24-hour support regarding depression and anxiety, as well as other mental health concerns.

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    Blue Knot Foundation

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    Blue Knot provides information and support for anyone who is affected by complex trauma. Complex trauma is repeated, ongoing, and often extreme interpersonal trauma (between people) – violence, abuse, neglect or exploitation experienced as a child, young person and adult.

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  • Brother to Brother logo

    Brother to Brother

    helpline

    The Brother to Brother crisis line provides phone support for Aboriginal men who need someone to talk to about relationship issues, family violence, parenting, drug and alcohol issues or who are struggling to cope for other reasons.

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  • Carer Gateway logo

    Carer Gateway

    helpline

    Emotional, practical and financial support for carers. Carer Gateway will talk through what you need and help you to find local services and support to help you.

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  • Catholic Care logo.

    Catholic Care Bushfire Support Counselling

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    This service offers free counselling to support individuals, families and communities impacted by bushfires. They will work with you to make a plan for moving forward and will offer coping strategies, social support, counselling and family-based psychological interventions. Sessions are available via telehealth services.

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  • NSW Government Communities and Justice logo.

    Child Protection Helpline

    helpline

    Any member of the community, including mandatory reporters, who suspect, on reasonable grounds, that a child or young person is at risk of significant harm should report their concerns to the Child Protection Helpline.

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    Chronic Pain Management Program (CPMP)

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    Pain is said to be chronic if it persists beyond the normal healing time of about three months. Chronic pain may result from trauma, surgery, chronic medical conditions, or have an unknown cause.

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  • St Vincent's Hospital Sydney logo shows a blue and purple shield with the letter M in the middle.

    Chronic Pain Telehealth Program - St Vincent's Hospital

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    The St Vincent's Hospital Sydney Department of Pain Medicine offers assessment, management services, and programs for patients experiencing persisting pain. The team includes pain and rehabilitation specialists, psychiatrists, physiotherapists, a psychologist, an anaesthetist, and a clinical nurse consultant.

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  • Beacon strategies logo

    Collaborative pairs – an approach to inform the social prescribing service

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    COORDINARE worked with Beacon Strategies to implement the 'Collaborative Pairs' project, partnering six consumers with six health professionals to co-create a social prescribing model for people living with chronic health conditions in South Eastern NSW. Find out more by watching this video.

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  • Connect for Kids and Royal Far West combined logo

    Connect for Kids

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    Provided by Royal Far West, Connect for Kids allows children aged 0-15 to access psychology support via video link (Telecare). Psychologists can support children and families with a range of concerns including:Anxiety
    Low self-esteem
    Low mood
    Anger
    Bullying
    Grief and loss
    Attention difficulties
    Social difficulties
    Behaviour problems.

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  • Continue to be me at home logo.

    Continuing to Be Me (C2bMe)

    commissioned

    Continuing to be Me (C2bMe) is an innovative program designed to provide psychological therapy to people living in residential aged care facilities and in the community. The program provides face-to-face support in the home or telehealth sessions for targeted support of individuals, based on their specific needs.

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