GPH Service

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health,Health Promotion,Mental Health - Youth,Psychiatry,Psychology

headspace Bega

headspace is the National Youth mental Health Foundation. We deliver services and support to young people aged 12–25 and their family and friends in four key areas - mental health, physical & sexual health, work school & study, alcohol & other drugs.

headspace can provide you with access to a range of health workers who have specific expertise in working with young people - including psychologists, social workers, alcohol and drug workers, counsellors, vocational workers, and youth workers.

Area this services covers

Bega

Who is the service for?

Young people aged 12-25 and their friends and family

What services are offered?

mental health, physical & sexual health, work school & study, alcohol & other drugs.

Who can refer?

GPs, service providers, family and friends, self referral

How do I refer?

Mental Health Treatment Plan, Referral Form, Self Referral, Family and Friends Referral

Referral Form

Service Contact : 1800 959 844

Service website : https://headspace.org.au/headspace-centres/bega/

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