Mental health services

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, experience severe mental health issues and are 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.

Enquiries can be made by the person seeking support, a friend or family member, a doctor or a mental health provider.

How else can we support you?

Child and Family Mental Health Program

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

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National Psychological Support Measure

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

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Links to Wellbeing

Due to COVID-19 (the coronavirus), Links to Wellbeing is not currently offering face-to-face sessions. Find out more on their website. Contact them on 08 8326 3591 to discuss your options.

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Mother-infant dialectical behaviour therapy group

Supporting women with the unique challenges of motherhood.

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