Support me to - find mental health services

Links to Wellbeing is an easy access, no cost, mental health support service that provides counselling and support services with an experienced mental health clinician for people who are experiencing mental illness.

Advantages of this service:
• Easy access through a centralised intake fax number and walk-in service.
• A free – no gap – service for up to 12 sessions.
• After hours appointments are available.
• A multidisciplinary team of psychologists, social workers and registered mental health nurses.
• Strong links and quick referral pathways to local community services.
• No wait list.
• Evidence-based and recovery focused mental health support.
• Seven locations across Central and Southern Adelaide.

Support Services
We offer services for clients across the spectrum of needs. From low-intensity to chronic anxiety/depression, complex-schizoaffective disorders and trauma.

Low-intensity assessment and intervention
Access assessments and interventions with or without GP referral. Easy to access, high-quality assessments and intervention services that individuals can access directly with or without a referral from a General Practitioner.

Psychological therapies
Help people develop skills to manage symptoms that concern them.

Up to 12 psychological intervention sessions for mild, moderate, complex or chronic mental health issues.
Available supports include:
• Cognitive behavioural therapy
• Relaxation and skills training
• Interpersonal therapy
• Psycho-education.

Suicide Prevention Service
Helps to provide timely and appropriate support.

Short-term program, providing risk assessments, counselling, and support to prevent suicide and self-harm and avoid the need for hospital admission.

The Suicide Prevention Service is not a crisis service.

Clinical Decision and Monitoring Unit (CDMU)
Assist people to link to appropriate services.

Assessment and care planning for people seeking treatment and support for their mental illness that may require further assessment, involves complexities or requires multiple services.

A multidisciplinary team
Our team of experienced mental health professionals includes psychologists, nurses, occupational therapists and social workers. We work with clients to determine the supports that are best for them.

We encourage clients to be fully involved in planning treatment and support.

With strong links to local community services our team help connect and strengthen client’s support networks. Finding services that best support them.

Making a referral
We have a single access point for all faxed mental health treatment plans and a quick allocation process.

Central intake fax number: 1300 580 249

Contact us
Contact our Clinical Lead at Morphett Vale for referrals, further information or assistance.
Email: linkstowellbeing@neaminational.org.au
Phone: 08 8326 3591
Central intake fax: 1300 580 249

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