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Seeking EOIs in StepCare screening tool for general practice
COORDINARE is currently seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from general practices for the implementation of the StepCare screening service: an integrated online mental health tool developed by the Black Dog Institute.
Connect for Kids: child telehealth service in Southern NSW and the Shoalhaven
Connect for Kids is a free service for children aged 0-15 years with mild to moderate mental health needs. It is delivered by psychologists via videolink and available throughout Southern NSW as well as in the Shoalhaven.
You’re invited to share your thoughts on new Psychosocial Support Services
COORDINARE has received funding from the Department of Health to develop and commission new Psychosocial Support Services for people with severe mental illness who are not eligible for the NDIS.
Introducing the GP Support Program
From time to time issues arise in our lives that cause concern. They can lead to sleepless nights, an inability to stay focused, feeling down generally and a sense that we have no control.
Crisis support services – just a call or click away!
We all have good days and bad days. But for some, those bad days can mount up to a crisis point and you feel like life is no longer worth living.
'Start Talking' with free psychological services for new parents
Do you know an expectant or new parent in Southern NSW who might need of psychological support?
Gidget Foundation Australia is offering free psychological and emotional support for expectant new parents via telehealth.
Virtual Psychologist for farmers and their families
Do you have patients who are farmers affected by drought?
It is well recognised that farming is a physically and psychologically-demanding occupation. In Australia, farming is now characterised by high rates of stress, injury and suicide.
GP Psychiatry Support Line has 500 users and counting!
The GP Psychiatry Support Line is a free service for GPs aimed at helping them manage the care of their mental health consumers. Since its launch on 2 July 2018, the response has been overwhelmingly positive, with more than 500 registrations.
Improve communication about your health with My Health Record
Corey recognises the potential My Health Record has to improve health outcomes, thanks to its ability to share important health information.
Reconnecting with life – the vital role of peer workers, family and friends in suicide prevention
The strongest predictor of a future suicide attempt is a previous suicide attempt. High quality, coordinated follow-up care has the potential to reduce suicide attempts by almost 20 per cent but it doesn’t always require clinical mental health treatment.