GPH Service

Mental Health - Adult ,Psychology

Integrated Recovery Services

A Mental health program for adults with enduring and complex needs.

Provided within GPH by a team of credentialed Allied Health Professionals and Mental Health Peer Workers.

Other supports and services are also engaged in care planning and service provision

Area this services covers

Batemans Bay, Moruya & Narooma

Who is the service for?

Eligibility for this program is based on a diagnosed severe and enduring mental illness and a need for clinical management and care coordination.
*Final determination of service eligibility is undertaken after a comprehensive assessment.

What services are offered?

Comprehensive holistic assessment
Collaborative person-centered recovery planning and goal setting
Clinical Mental Health Services
Referral and Co-ordination

How do I refer?

GP's should refer using a Mental Health Treatment Plan. Allied Health Professionals can refer using the GPH Referral form below

Referral Form

Service Contact : 1800 228 987


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