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Our mental health teams

Here at Grand Pacific Health, we’ve provided mental health and wellbeing support services in communities across NSW since (year). Our aim: to make high-quality, no or low-cost mental health support accessible to all, including people experiencing or at risk of disadvantage.

Safe, empathetic and effective.

From Wollongong to Bega and South Western Sydney to Wagga Wagga. From perinatal, childhood and youth services to rural adversity, suicide prevention and housing support. Our services are designed to meet the diverse mental, emotional and social health needs of the local people and communities we serve.

The support you need to improve your mental wellbeing.

Often, mental health is treated in isolation, but mental wellbeing is one facet of the bigger health picture. Our holistic approach to health care means we’re able to provide integrated physical and mental health solutions tailored to each individual. It’s what we call person-centred and informed care.

Integrated care and support, delivered by a diverse team.

Our multidisciplinary team of trained clinicians, nurses, therapists and social, support and peer workers all live and work in the communities they support. Along with our guiding person-centred principles, this local connection and understanding is vital.

It means we combine the best evidence-based care with local lived experience to provide tailored, culturally appropriate support that empowers you to meet adversity, set your mental health goals and develop the skills and strategies to achieve them.

What are peer workers?

Our mental health teams include peer workers – trained people who have experienced life-changing mental health challenges and periods of healing. In other words, people with an invaluable combination of mental health expertise and life experience who share their knowledge, offer hope and provide one-on-one support on your recovery journey.

It’s a safe, highly effective form of mental health support backed by a growing body of evidence.

For more information about our mental health services and support, including peer support, read more about our Youth Mental Health, Therapy and Counselling, and Psychological Supports services.

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