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Clinical Suicide Prevention Services - immediate short term clinical intervention

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Other Mental Health programs you may be interested in

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...

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...

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 Adelaide...

MI-DBT - a specialised mental health program for women with 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).

Primary Mental Health Care Services in Residential Aged Care Facilities

These services provide free onsite low-intensity services and psychological therapies for people living in residential aged care facilities across metropolitan Adelaide. Services are available for residents ‘at risk’ of or experiencing mild to moderate mental illness; or with a diagnosed...

The Way Back Support Service/Adelaide Suicide Prevention Aftercare Services

Adelaide Suicide Prevention Aftercare ServicesAdelaide aftercare services, provided by Anglicare SA, provide free, non-clinical, intensive, assertive outreach and practical support for people who have had a recent suicide attempt or are experiencing a suicidal crisis.The Way Back Support ServiceIn the...

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...

Thorne Harbour Health Mental Health Service

Thorne Harbour Health provides a person-centred, evidence-based, high quality and culturally safe, and free mental health service to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people residing in the Adelaide PHN region.For more information and to...

Western Wellbeing Hub

Mental health services for adults, children and their families and new or expecting parents.Delivered by Sonder in partnership with Baptist Care SA and Lutheran Care, Western Wellbeing Hub services are evidence-based and recovery-focused, designed to empower individuals to develop and...

Wellness Connect - National Psychosocial Support Program

The program offers individual support, NDIS application, and group supports. The program offers one-to-one coaching and group activities that support recovery for people aged 18-64 years with serious mental health conditions who are not supported by the NDIS. 

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

The service provides care planning, psychological therapies, counselling and support, service navigation, and clinical care-coordination via a no wrong door approach. Lives Lived Well offers free mental health services to families and their children aged 0-11 years in the northern...

Southern Wellbeing Hub

The service offers individual psychological therapy for moderate, complex, or severe illness, group therapies, suicide prevention services, clinical care coordination, perinatal programs, psychiatric assessments, and longer-term therapy. A free and welcoming mental health service for anyone aged 16 years and...

Lived Experience Telephone Support Service

After hours mental health support for anyone experiencing mental health conditions, including their carers, family, and friends. The service is delivered by experienced peer workers and focuses on engagement and an empathetic consumer experience. A follow-up/wellbeing call can also be...

Early Psychosis Program

The program provides early intervention, responsive and recovery focused care. Support for young people who are at high risk or are experiencing a first episode of psychosis.

headspace Centres

Young people aged 12-25 years who are looking for mental health information or support can visit a headspace centre. Headspace centres provide free mental health early intervention services. The service has multiple locations across Adelaide – AdelaideLocation: 73 Wakefield Street...

Youth Enhanced Service (YES)

Youturn’s YES service offers psychological therapies, clinical care coordination, peer work and functional recovery interventions, as well as access to medical care. Support for young people aged 12-25 years with moderate to high mental health care needs in the Adelaide...

The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre

The Urgent Mental Health Care Centre offers a welcoming and accessible entry point for people experiencing mental health and alcohol and other drug concerns and supports their families and carers through a ‘no wrong door approach’. The service promotes consistent...