Directory Of Services & Programs

The following directory provides brief summaries of most of Adelaide PHN’s core programs, services and activities.

Given the complexity and integrated nature of much of our work, this directory is not an exhaustive list. Rather, it is just one of the ways we describe what are doing to respond the health needs of our community. Find out more about our work via the ‘What we’re doing about...’ pages of this website - where we describe our work across broad topic areas like primary mental health and alcohol and other drug treatment services.

Seeking more information about a particular service or activity?

Contact information, where appropriate, is listed to the right of each directory listing below. To speak with someone at Adelaide PHN about these listings, please contact us via enquiry@adelaidephn.com.au or by calling 8219 5900

 

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Central Adelaide General Practice Integration Unit (CAGPIU)


This unit is a joint project with Central Adelaide LHN to improve health outcomes for patients moving between primary and tertiary care. This program aims to reduce the number of avoidable hospital presentations and inappropriate referrals to the outpatient department at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital from general practice, support improved communication, collaboration and integration between general practice and the hospitals, and improve health outcomes and experience for patients identified in the project cohort.

Clinical Suicide Prevention Services - immediate short term clinical intervention


Delivered by mental health clinicians at Sonder, Links To Wellbeing & Psychmed; clinical suicide prevention services provide immediate short term clinical intervention for people at risk of suicide or self-harm. Access to a mental health clinician is provided within 24hrs with in person appointments within 72hrs (excl. weekends & pub. hols). The services focus on risk assessment, management, skills development & short solution focused therapy. Clients at acute & immediate risk of suicide, self-harm, or harm to others will be appropriately referred to relevant emergency or crisis services.

Adelaide PHN’s Central Referral Unit (CRU) and Mental Health Enquiry Line ceased operation on 1 July 2023 and amalgamated with the Head to Health Phone Service. 

All mental health referrals and enquiries will now be made via the Head to Health Phone Service using the details below - 

  • Enquiries
    Head to Health Phone Service - 1800 595 212 
     
  • Referrals
    Secure messaging via HealthLink 
    HealthLink | EDI: adphncru

Should you require any technical support or have any queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Digital Health team at digitalhealthinfo@adelaidephn.com.au.

More Information


Service Providers
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Community Transitions Drug & Alcohol Programs - OARS


A program supporting those who are 18 years or older that have been recently released from the custody of the Department for Correctional Services, or in contact with the criminal justice system. The program offers individual counselling, drug awareness, relapse prevention and Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART). Delivered by OARS (Offenders Aid Rehabilitation Services) Community Transitions, this program is one of a suite of AOD Treatment Services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Community services, health professionals and individuals may self-refer.
 
Services are available at three locations: Adelaide, Port Adelaide and Christies Beach.

For further information regarding the programs please contact the Manager Rehabilitation Treatment Services on:

  • Ph: (08) 8218 0700
  • Fax: (08) 8125 5689
     
More Information

https://www.oars.org.au/services-early-intervention/rehabilitation-treatment-services/

Access the service
(08) 8218 0700


Service Provider
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Continuing Professional Development Services


Adelaide PHN commissions AMPHEaT to deliver regular and accredited professional development and training opportunities. The aim is to provide the primary healthcare workforce of our region with activities to maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge, expertise and competence, and develop the personal and professional qualities required throughout their professional lives, in line with our national and local priorities. These opportunities are for all primary health care providers and are listed on our website and highlighted in our Primary Links newsletter.
More Information


Service Provider
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Drug and Alcohol Services for People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Communities


Free, voluntary, and culturally appropriate AOD treatment interventions for people aged 18 years or older from CALD communities living in the Adelaide metropolitan region. Treatment interventions include screening and assessments, brief interventions, case management, counselling, and support. Delivered by Community Access and Services SA (CAaSSA), this program is one of a suite of AOD treatment services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Referrals can be made by contacting the CAaSSA office via email or telephone or completing the CAaSSA referral form. Includes:
•    Self-referral
•    Family and community members. 
•    Health professionals including GPs
•    Organisations (e.g., community services, schools)

Locations: CAaSSA office locations: 
•    CAaSSA- main office: 62 Athol St Athol Park SA 5012
•    Flinders Wellbeing Centre- shared location:  28 Ann St Salisbury SA 5018 
•    Outreach settings (e.g., Library, community centre, home visit)
 

More Information

CAaSSA
admin@caassa.org.au
(08) 8447 8821


Service Provider
  • Community Access and Services SA (CAaSSA)
    • CAaSSA- main office: 62 Athol St Athol Park SA 5012 • Flinders Wellbeing Centre- shared location: 28 Ann St Salisbury SA 5018 • Outreach settings (e.g., Library, community centre, home visit) Athol Park and Salisbury and via outreach across the Adelaide metropolitan area.

Drug and Alcohol Youth Outreach Service


The Drug and Alcohol Youth Outreach Service provides treatment intervention young people aged 10-25 years with mild and / or mild to moderate substance use issues. The service offers assertive outreach, counselling, care coordination, information and education sessions, peer support including peer support groups. Delivered by Mission Australia, this service is one of a suite of AOD Treatment Services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Community services, health professionals and individuals may self-refer.

Services are available at four locations: Adelaide, Elizabeth, Keswick and Noarlunga.

More Information

Access the service
outreachcdas@missionaustralia.com.au
(08) 8417 8100


Service Provider
  • Mission Australia
    Services are available at four locations: Adelaide, Elizabeth, Keswick and Noarlunga.
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Harm Minimisation Team - AOD Treatment Interventions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People


This program offers culturally appropriate treatment interventions to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 15 years and over with complex substance use issues. It also provides support for families and significant others who are impacted by a person’s problematic AOD use. Services include information and education; brief interventions; assessment; family support; case management (including care coordination, relapse prevention); counselling; and peer support. This program is one of a suite of AOD treatment services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Community services, health professionals, family members and individual self-referral.

The program is available at three locations across the city, northern and southern suburbs.

More Information

Access the service
(08) 8406 1600


Service Provider
  • Nunkuwarrin Yunti
    The program is available at three locations across the city, northern and southern suburbs.
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Head to Health Phone Service and 24/7 Mental Health Clinic


Head to Health helps all Australians access the mental health and wellbeing services that are right for them. It makes it easier for people to navigate and choose the most suitable care options, whether that’s face-to-face, via phone or online. The Head to Health website is a gateway to digital mental health resources from trusted service providers. It helps people find and navigate the range of free and low-cost phone and online resources and services available, when and where they need it – in a private, secure and anonymous way. Visit www.headtohealth.gov.au to learn more.

There are a range of digital resources and information on supports available at www.headtohealth.gov.au, and the Head to Health Phone Service 1800 595 212 (available 8.30am to 5.00pm weekdays) provides an accessible entry point to mental health advice, assessment, and referral to a broad range of mental health and wellbeing supports according to individual needs.

This may include referral into a Head to Health mental health centre, low intensity digital supports, mental health and wellbeing services commissioned by Primary Health Networks, mental health services funded by states and territories, or private services.

Head to Health centres are designed to provide:

  • Assistance to people experiencing a crisis or in significant distress including those at heightened risk of suicide — this may reduce presentations to emergency departments.
  • A central point to connect people to other services in the region.
  • In-house assessment, including information and support to access services.
  • Holistic, evidence-based care, in the immediate and short to medium term.

Head to Health centres are open to Australians who are seeking support for themselves, a friend, or family member without needing a referral, appointment, or any out-of-pocket costs.

More Information

https://www.headtohealth.gov.au

Health To Health Phone Service
1800 595 212


Carolyn McKay
CMckay@adelaidephn.com.au
0882195900


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headspace Centres - primary mental health services for young people


headspace Centres provide free early intervention focussed mental health services for young people aged 12-25 years. Adelaide PHN has commissioned centres across the Adelaide region in Edinburgh North, Onkaparinga, Adelaide, and Port Adelaide. These services are delivered by multiple providers and make up part of a suite of Adelaide PHN’s commissioned and specialised primary mental healthcare services.

Young people can access headspace centres directly by calling or visiting a headspace centre.

Referral forms can also be accessed by contacting the service providers or visiting their websites. 

A GP Mental Health Treatment plan is initially not required but can be helpful.

More Information

https://headspace.org.au/

headspace Adelaide
1800 063 267


headspace Edinburgh North
8209 0700


headspace Onkaparinga
8186 8600


headspace Port Adelaide
8312 3025


headspace Marion
8490 7700


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headspace Early Psychosis Program (previously known as hYEPP (headspace Youth Early Psychosis Program))


The headspace Early Psychosis Program provides early intervention, responsive, and recovery focused care for young people who are at high risk of or are experiencing a first episode of psychosis. This program follows the Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre (EPPIC) model of care. hYEPP is delivered by Sonder across the Adelaide region as part of a suite of specialised primary mental health services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Young people can access hYEPP services directly by calling or visiting the Adelaide centre.

Referral forms can also be accessed by contacting the service provider or visiting the website. 

A GP Mental Health Treatment plan is not required but can be helpful. 


Adelaide PHN’s Central Referral Unit (CRU) and Mental Health Enquiry Line ceased operation on 1 July 2023 and amalgamated with the Head to Health Phone Service. 

All mental health referrals and enquiries will now be made via the Head to Health Phone Service using the details below - 

  • Enquiries
    Head to Health Phone Service - 1800 595 212 
     
  • Referrals
    Secure messaging via HealthLink 
    HealthLink | EDI: adphncru

Should you require any technical support or have any queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Digital Health team at digitalhealthinfo@adelaidephn.com.au.

More Information

https://headspace.org.au/our-services/earlypsychosis/headspace-early-psychosis/

headspace Early Psychosis Program Phone Number
1800 063 267


Service Provider
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LGBTIQ AOD Service


Thorne Harbour Health will provide a person-centred, evidence-based, high quality and culturally safe alcohol and other drug treatment service to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people residing in the Adelaide PHN region.

Referrals to the service can be located below -

  • The Cottage (LGBTIQ AOD Service) 
    51 Bower Street, Woodville, 5011

    Phone: (08) 7078 4128 | 1800 134 840 (Toll free)
    Contact: AODSA@thorneharbour.org
    Website: thorneharbour.org

    Opening hours: 
    Monday to Friday (after hours appointments available by negotiation) 
    9.00am - 5.00pm 

Providers or agencies can refer to the program, and individuals, families and friends may self-refer. 

More Information


Service Provider
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MATRIX Metamphetamine Treatment Program


Evidenced based, abstinence-oriented community treatment program for significant substance users aged 18+ undergoing drug replacement therapy with a medical practitioner. This may include methamphetamine or cocaine use or combined with opioid use. Run by trained psychologists and co-facilitated by workers with lived experience the program requires intensive commitment from people pursuing intermediate and long-term recovery. Delivered by PsychMed, it is one of a suite of AOD Treatment Services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Providers or agencies can refer to the program, and individuals, families and friends may self-refer.

The program is available at the following sites:

  • Central:
    Level 1 Bagot House,
    198 North Terrace
    Adelaide SA 5000
    Phone: (08) 8232 2424
     
  • Northern:
    1-3 Burman Avenue
    Gilles Plains SA 5086
    Phone: (08) 8281 2499
     
  • Southern:
    224 Seacombe Rd
    Seaview Downs
    Phone: (08) 7444 4260
More Information

Access the service
slemon@psychmed.net.au
(08) 8232 3333


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MI-DBT - a specialised mental health program for women with BPD in the perinatal period


MI-DBT is a group therapy program for women living with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in the Perinatal period. MI-DBT is an adaptation of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) that aims to improve a woman’s emotional regulation, interpersonal effectiveness and parenting skills at a critical time in an infant’s development (within the first 1001 days). Sonder and Neami are commissioned to deliver these groups in the North and South of Adelaide respectively, with collaboration from the Helen Mayo House and the Department of Education and Child Services (DECS).

Adelaide PHN’s Central Referral Unit (CRU) and Mental Health Enquiry Line ceased operation on 1 July 2023 and amalgamated with the Head to Health Phone Service. 

All mental health referrals and enquiries will now be made via the Head to Health Phone Service using the details below - 

  • Enquiries
    Head to Health Phone Service - 1800 595 212 
     
  • Referrals
    Secure messaging via HealthLink 
    HealthLink | EDI: adphncru

Should you require any technical support or have any queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Digital Health team at digitalhealthinfo@adelaidephn.com.au.

More Information


Service Providers
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Multicultural Wellbeing Program - A Holistic Approach to Chronic Pain Management


Multicultural Wellbeing Program will develop local approaches to supporting people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities to self-manage and live well with persistent pain. The program includes gentle exercise and information sessions designed around each culture’s own understanding of pain and how to manage it. These sessions will end with the creation of an online video made by the participants, in their own language to help other members of their community to understand and manage pain.

Can receive referrals via phone, email, or Referrals details on the STTARS website. STTARS do not use Mastercare.

More Information

Amritha Aparnadas / Pain Educator / Counsellor Advocate
08 8206 8900


Service Provider

Northern Adelaide Children and Family Mental Health Service - Lives Lived Well


Lives Lived Well offer free mental health services to families and their children 0-11 years in Northern Adelaide. Services include care planning, psychological therapy, counselling and support, service navigation and clinical care co-ordination. Services are also available for people in the peri-natal period. Services are offered from a new child friendly hub in Salisbury, or via tele-health. Professional staff match people’s needs with the right care for them using a no wrong door approach.

  • Follow the Access services tab on https://www.liveslivedwell.org.au/.
  • Call on 1300 727 957 or email  AdelaideCFMH@liveslivedwell.org.au
  • Drop in at 103 – 107 Salisbury Highway, Salisbury
  • Call the Head to Health Phone Line on 1800 595 212 from Monday to Friday 8:30-5:00pm
  • Opening hours: Monday and Friday: 9am – 5pm, Tuesday – Thursday: 9am – 8pm, Saturday: by appointment only
More Information


Service Provider

Northern Adelaide General Practice Integration Unit (NAGPIU)


This unit is a joint project with Northern Adelaide LHN to improve health outcomes for patients moving between primary and tertiary care. This program aims to reduce the number of avoidable hospital presentations and inappropriate referrals to the outpatient department at Lyell McEwin Hospital and Modbury Hospital from general practice, support improved communication, collaboration and integration between general practice and the hospitals an improve health outcomes and experience for patients identified in the project cohort.
More Information

https://bit.ly/3z9oSwt

GP Integration Unit
Health.NALHNGPIntegrationUnit@sa.gov.au
0466 511 534


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Paediatric Partnership Project


Adelaide PHN commissions Adelaide Paediatrics to deliver two Paediatric Partnership projects, one in Adelaide’s northern suburbs and one in the central region. The projects work with Northern Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN) and Women’s and Children’s Health Network (WCHN) Child Development Units to provide Autism Spectrum Disorder, Global Developmental Delay and Psycho-Educational Assessments for children on existing outpatient or assessment waiting lists.

This program only takes referrals from NALHN and WCHN Child Development Units.

More Information


08 8219 5900


Service Provider
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Partners Toward Wellbeing - Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment Service


This service provides coordinated support to people diagnosed with mild and / or moderate co-occurring, or comorbid mental health and substance use. It offers counselling, care coordination and peer support. The program will focus on priority population groups as outlined in the Adelaide PHN’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment and Quality Framework. Delivered by Mission Australia and Sonder, this service is one of a suite of AOD Treatment Services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Community services, health professionals and individuals may self-refer.

Services are available at: North West Hub (Sonder Edinburgh North); West Central Spoke (Mission Australia Keswick); Southern Hub (Sonder Marion); Outer Southern Spoke (Mission Australia Noarlunga); outreach and in-reach locations including residential settings, general practice, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations, youth services.
 

More Information

Access the service
(08) 8417 8100


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Reach and Refer


Adelaide PHN’s Reach and Refer program aims to support general practice to routinely screen for alcohol consumption and intervene when patients (aged over 50 years) need support to address risky or of harmful patterns of alcohol consumption. The program is expected to be delivered over a two-year period and is only available in select general practices across Adelaide. Reach and Refer is using information resources for primary health care that were initially developed by Monash University and which have been adapted by Adelaide PHN.

Support from this program can provided in the following clinics across Adelaide –

  • Darlington Medical Centre
  • Hackham Medical Centre
  • Christies Beach Medical Centre
  • Arkaba Medical Centre
  • Blair Athol Medical Clinic
  • McIntrye Medical Centre and Trinity Medical Centre
     
More Information

Allan Trifonoff
atrifonoff@adelaidephn.com.au
8219 5900


Service Provider
  • Mission Australia
    The program is only available via select general practices across Adelaide.
Active

Refugee and New Arrivals Program


A program designed to improve the health of refugees and new arrivals, build capacity of primary health care workers and increase integration of services for these communities. This program provides refugee health nurses and bilingual, bi-cultural staff to enable individuals and families to connect to the most appropriate medical services. Delivered by Australian Refugee Association (ARA) and Survivors of Torture and Trauma Assistance and Rehabilitation Service (STTARS), this is one of Adelaide PHN’s commissioned services.

Southern Adelaide General Practice Integration Unit (SAGPIU)


This unit is a joint project with Southern Adelaide LHN to improve health outcomes for patients moving between primary and tertiary care. This program aims to reduce the number of avoidable hospital presentations and inappropriate referrals to the outpatient department at Flinders Medical Centre and Noarlunga Hospital from general practice, support improved communication, collaboration and integration between general practice and the hospitals, and improve health outcomes and experience for patients identified in the project cohort.
More Information

https://aphn.me/3bmjGJC

GP Liaison Unit
Health.GPIntegrationUnit@sa.gov.au
(08) 7117 0737


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Southern Wellbeing Hub - Neami


Free, welcoming mental health service: Individual Psychological Therapy for moderate, complex or severe mental illness ( 10 sessions); Low Intensity individual (3-6 sessions) and group therapies; Suicide Prevention Service; Psychological Therapies for Families and Children up to 11 yrs; Clinical Care Coordination including metabolic checks; Perinatal Program; Mothers and Infants dialectical behavioural therapy groups and other DBT groups; Psychiatric assessments; and longer term individual therapy for people experiencing mod to severe mental illness with complex needs.

  • The Neami Southern Hub mental health services are for individuals 16 years and over and children and families on low incomes, needing different levels of intensity, and lengths of time of mental health support.
  • Referral is via General Practitioners and via self referral generally through the National Head to Health Phone and Digital Intake Service (HtH PDIS). A walk in component will be part of the service, and self referral may be either via telephone on (08) 8326 3591 or via email linkstowellbeing@neaminational.org.au.
  • The Southern Wellbeing Hub – Neami is open from 8:30 to 5pm, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays and from 8:30am to 8pm Wednesdays and Thursdays, and every other Saturday morning from 9am to 1pm.
  • At specific times the Hub will open for walk ins, and peer workers will be available to provide information and brief support in a supportive, warm and welcoming environment
  • Call the Head to Health Phone Line on 1800 595 212 from Monday to Friday 8:30-5:00pm
More Information


Service Provider
  • Neami
    4/118 Main South Road Morphett Vale 5162
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Specialised Mental Health Support - for Aboriginal people


Adelaide PHN commissions Nunkuwarrin Yunti to deliver mental health services for Aboriginal people across the Adelaide region. Nunkuwarrin Yunti provides treatment across the severity spectrum (from mild through to more complex conditions). The ACT Centre is also funded by the PHN and provides a clinical therapy service for clients with more complex conditions. This service is embedded within the Aboriginal Community Connect service. A ‘one-stop’ service for those seeking help with drug/alcohol and other problems.

Adelaide PHN’s Central Referral Unit (CRU) and Mental Health Enquiry Line ceased operation on 1 July 2023 and amalgamated with the Head to Health Phone Service. 

All mental health referrals and enquiries will now be made via the Head to Health Phone Service using the details below - 

  • Enquiries
    Head to Health Phone Service - 1800 595 212 
     
  • Referrals
    Secure messaging via HealthLink 
    HealthLink | EDI: adphncru

Should you require any technical support or have any queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Digital Health team at digitalhealthinfo@adelaidephn.com.au.

More Information

Head to Health Phone Service
1800 595 212


Service Providers
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StreetLink - Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services


The Streetlink – Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Treatment Service provides AOD interventions to young people aged ten to twenty-five (10-25) years with complex needs. Streetlink also supports the families of clients who are impacted by problematic substance use. Treatment interventions include peer support (including SMART recovery groups); drop-in services; information and education; screening and interventions; comprehensive assessment; care coordination; withdrawal support; limited pharmacotherapy. This program is one of a suite of AOD treatment services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Community service providers, health professionals, families and individuals may self-refer.

Areas covered: Adelaide CBD, Southern Adelaide, Northern Adelaide.

More Information

Access the Service
streetlinkadmin@unitingcommunities.org
(08) 8202 5950


Service Provider
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STTARS mental health service for adults from culturally and linguistically diverse communities


A program to improve the mental health of adults from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Bi-lingual peer support workers will help build individual capacity through providing mental health information and support to navigate and access appropriate mental health services in the community. Culturally sensitive low intensity therapy for individuals and groups and clinical care coordination is available for eligible clients. 

  • The STTARS mental health service for CALD communities is available for adults (18+) from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
  • It is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.  
  • The program accepts referrals from community services and health professionals and also self-referrals. To make a referral contact the STTARS office by telephoning (08) 8206 8900 or emailing enquiries@sttars.org.au  
  • Call the Head to Health Phone Line on 1800 595 212 from Monday to Friday 8:30-5:00pm
More Information

https://www.sttars.org.au/what-we-do/smhcs-cald 


Service Provider
  • STARRS
    81 Angas Street, Adelaide SA 5000
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Suicide Prevention Service - supporting those impacted by suicide


Short term support for individuals and families who have experienced a suicide attempt or strong suicidal ideations. The service is provided for free and offers intensive support for 3 months, helping people to develop strategies to prevent further suicide attempts. This service is delivered by AnglicareSA across the Adelaide region as part of a suite of specialised primary mental health services commissioned by Adelaide PHN.

Adelaide PHN’s Central Referral Unit (CRU) and Mental Health Enquiry Line ceased operation on 1 July 2023 and amalgamated with the Head to Health Phone Service. 

All mental health referrals and enquiries will now be made via the Head to Health Phone Service using the details below - 

  • Enquiries
    Head to Health Phone Service - 1800 595 212 
     
  • Referrals
    Secure messaging via HealthLink 
    HealthLink | EDI: adphncru

Should you require any technical support or have any queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Digital Health team at digitalhealthinfo@adelaidephn.com.au.

More Information

https://anglicaresa.com.au/support/suicide-support/suicide-prevention-service/

Head to Health Phone Service
1800 595 212


Service Provider
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Supporting the Primary Care Response to Family Domestic and Sexual Violence


Adelaide and Country SA Primary Health Networks, in partnership, have received Commonwealth funding to participate in Round 2 of a national pilot to strengthen the capacity of the primary care sector to respond to family, domestic and sexual violence. We are seeking involvement from primary care providers and organisations that provide support to individuals experiencing, or at risk of, FDSV in our needs assessment and co-design processes, so that we can understand where support is needed, and what kind of support will be most suitable.

The SA Immunisation Hub - a program improving vaccine coverage and immunisation awareness


The SA Immunisation Hub works to bridge gaps in immunisation service provision and build capacity of providers via activities including education, mentoring, and network support. The Hub’s team support the Champion Nurse Immunisation Program, the popular Introduction to Immunisation course for new providers, and assist providers in regard to uploading quality data to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR). The Hub also works to increase awareness and accessibility of vaccination in the community. Working statewide, the Hub is a joint program of Adelaide PHN and Country SA PHN. 
More Information

https://immunisationhub.com.au/

The SA Immunisation Hub Team
immunisationhub@adelaidephn.com.au
8219 5900


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The Way Back Support Service


Delivered by AnglicareSA, The Way Back Support Service has been developed by Beyond Blue and is co-funded by the Commonwealth Government and SA Health through Adelaide PHN and the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist. The service has been designed to provide free, non-clinical care and practical support for up to three months for individuals following a suicide attempt or suicidal crisis that have presented to the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) or the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH).

The Way Back Support Service accepts referrals from the RAH and TQEH with support coordinators providing an outreach service to individuals. Presentations to hospital on weekends or after hours will be followed up via phone call during the next business day.

The service operates between 9.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday and can be contacted by calling 1300 077 798 or email thewayback@anglicaresa.com.au. 

The Western Wellbeing Hub by Sonder


The Western Wellbeing Hub by Sonder offers a range of free mental health services to improve wellbeing. Services include psychological therapy, counselling, peer coaching, service navigation, clinical care coordination for people experiencing chronic and complex conditions, parenting groups and clinical suicide prevention services for people who are suitable for a primary care environment. Professional staff will match peoples needs with the right care for them using a no wrong door approach.

  • Referrals received directly or via the Head to Health assessment and phone.
  • This service is run from Monday to Friday, 8 am to 6 pm. Please call on 08 8209 0700 for more information.
  • Mental health treatment plans are required for counselling, structured psychological therapy and clinical care coordination.
  • Call the Head to Health Phone Line on 1800 595 212 from Monday to Friday 8:30-5:00pm
More Information


Service Provider
  • Sonder
    72 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide, SA, 5015
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Thorne Harbour Health Mental Health Service


A specialist mental health service for lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, transgender, non-binary and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual community members experiencing mental illness and psychological distress aged 16 and above. The service provides peer support, brief intervention, clinical care coordination, counselling and structured psychological therapies. Staff have lived experience and/or extensive experience working with LGBTIQA+ people and offer a trauma-informed, sex-positive, gender and sexuality affirming service.

  • To make a referral, contact the Thorne Harbour Health Mental Health Service by telephoning (08) 7078 4128 or emailing mhsa@thorneharbour.org
  • A referral form is also available on website https://thorneharbour.org/south-australia/mental-health-service/
  • Service accepts self-referrals and referrals from community services and health professionals.
  • A current Mental Health Treatment Plan is required for clinical care coordination and structured psychological therapies.
  • Telehealth appointments can be provided.
  • It is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday-Friday.
  • Afterhours appointments may be available by request.
  • Call the Head to Health Phone Line on 1800 595 212 from Monday to Friday 8:30-5:00pm
More Information


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Wellness Connect - National Psychosocial Support Program


The National Psychosocial Support Program offers one-to-one coaching and group activities that support recovery for people aged 18-64 years with serious mental health who live in the Adelaide metropolitan area and not supported by the NDIS. The program offers three types of support - individual support, NDIS application, and group supports. For further information, please contact 1300 358 220.

Anyone can make a referral to Wellness Connect, including -

  • You 
  • A family member of friend 
  • Your GP 
  • Any other agency 

For more information or to access a referral form, please phone Wellness Connect National Psychocosial Support Program on 1300 358 220.

More Information

Neami National
1300 358 220


Service Provider
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Youth Enhanced Service (YES)


The YES program is here to assist young people aged 12-25 years with moderate to high mental health care needs in metropolitan Adelaide. YES provides psychological therapies (individual, family, and group), clinical care coordination, peer work and functional recovery interventions, as well as access to medical care. Service are offered at a central hub in Adelaide’s CBD with place-based (outreach) and digital health services also available.

Young people, family and friends, GPs, and other service providers can refer into YES via the Head to Health Phone Service using the details below -

Enquiries

  • Head to Health Phone Service - 1800 595 212 

Referrals

  • Secure messaging via HealthLink 
  • HealthLink | EDI: adphncru
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