Mental Health Programs + Groups



Supporting your unique strengths, needs and interests.


Child and Family Mental Health Program


Tailored short term and intensive mental health support for children, young people and families.

What the service provides

Assessment, information and resources, case management, counselling, family interventions and support, referrals to other services and advocacy support. The involvement of parents/carers is central to the planning of support.

Who the service is for

Children and young people (aged up to 18 years) who are showing early signs of, or at risk of, developing mental health issues, and their families who live in the City of Tea Tree Gully and selected suburbs within the City of Port Adelaide Enfield.

How to access the service

Phone our Customer Contact Centre on 8245 7196


Mother-infant dialectical behaviour therapy group


Supporting women with the unique challenges of motherhood.

What the service provides

The group guides mothers to support their child’s development, nurture and manage their emotions and sustain relationships. It can also help mothers understand why they might harm themselves, which may help change this behaviour.

How the service is delivered 

6 x 2 hour weekly sessions. 

Who the service is for 

Women aged 16 years, or over, who are experiencing stress or signs of not coping and experiencing increased life stressors or signs of not coping.

How to access the service

To access the service, please phone Central Intake on 8326 3591.


National psycho-social support measure


One-to-one coaching and group activities to support recovery for people with severe mental health issues.

What the service provides

Using a recovery focus, we offer practical support with daily living. We do this by helping you identify your strengths, build resilience and achieve your goals. This can include looking after your health, finding a home, gaining employment and improving your connections with family, friends and the community.

Who the service is for

People who live, or are connected to, Adelaide, experiencing severe mental health issues and not supported by the NDIS.

Length of service

From three to six months.

How to access the service

To access the service, please phone 1300 358 220.


Why choose us

We are committed to providing excellent service that informs, advises, and supports you. In a friendly and caring way, we will take the time to understand your individual needs, provide assistance, and listen to your ideas. We celebrate diversity and offer translating and interpreting services and AUSLAN interpreter services. We will respect your privacy. We will take all reasonable precautions to protect your information and will not disclose this to anyone unless you give us your permission (or we are required to do so, by law). We are continually looking for ways to improve our service and will always value your feedback.


Phone us


If you would like to know more about our mental health services, we invite you to call our Customer Contact Centre on 8245 7196. 

Georgina, UCWB Team Member

“We’re here to listen and to help. Call us on 8245 7196, or get in touch to request a callback