Our commissioned services address key priority areas such as Aboriginal health, alcohol and other drugs, chronic conditions, end of life care, and mental health and suicide prevention. You can search for services we help fund, by using the 'Commissioned services' category tag below. To narrow the range of results showing below, you can choose more than one category option to filter your search.
PLEASE NOTE: this is not a complete list of all the support services available across South Eastern NSW. If you can't find a specific service you need or to find other health care services in your local area, visit healthdirect. In an emergency, please call 000.
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Beyond Blue provides 24-hour support regarding depression and anxiety, as well as other mental health concerns.Read more
Blue Knot Foundationhelpline
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.Read more
Brother to Brotherhelpline
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.Read more
Catholic Care Bushfire Support Counsellingcommissioned
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.Read more
Connect for Kidscommissioned
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:AnxietyRead more
Grief and loss
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.Read more
Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service - Beyond Bluehelpline
No matter how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting your mental wellbeing, the Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service offers a range of information, strategies and expert advice to help support you.Read more
Disaster Mental Health Hub - Phoenix Australia
The Disaster Mental Health Hub has a wealth of information, resources and training to help health professionals support individuals, families and communities experiencing the mental health impacts of disasters.Read more
Flourish Australia - Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Programcommissioned
Free non-clinical supports for people 16 years and over with a severe and complex mental health condition. Also provides support to apply for NDIS if primarily 'Psychosocial Disability' and Service Navigation. There are multiple service locations across South Eastern NSW including:Read more
Karitane has joined forces with other early parenting services across Australia to launch this new national initiative supporting the mental health of expectant and new parents.Read more
Full Stop Australiahelpline
Offering confidential, trauma specialist counselling for people of all genders who are impacted by violence and abuse, as well as their friends, colleagues and family members. Call 1800 385 578 or connect with online counselling here.Read more
GP Psychiatry Support Linehelpline
Have you had these sorts of questions and just can’t get a patient into a psychiatrist?Read more
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