Getting ‘Back on Track’ Needed More Than Ever

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March 27, 2020

SEA CLIFF

Grand Pacific Health (GPH) is encouraging people who are finding themselves increasingly anxious about the COVID-19 situation to reach out for support.

 

GPH delivers a range of mental health programs including ‘Back on Track,’ which is a free service, offering a brief intervention of 1-2 sessions for people aged 16 and over who are struggling with day to day pressures and life stress.

 

GPH Director Mental Health Rebecca Sng, says if the coronavirus is creating additional stress for people, or if they are feeling overwhelmed and not their usual self, they may benefit from this program:

 

“When you’re feeling overwhelmed, it can really help to have a space to talk things through and learn some helpful strategies.”

 

“You don’t have to go through it alone, we are here to help,” added Rebecca.

 

‘Back on Track’ is delivered from GPH Wollongong and Nowra and is funded by COORDINARE - the South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network.

 

Bookings can be made online at www.gph.org.au or by calling the GPH Mental Health Access team on 1800 228 987

 

(This service can be delivered by tele/video conferencing to accommodate social distancing requirements).

 

 

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