Support for people in the Nowra and Ulladulla communities to improve their mental health and wellbeing
A three-month psychosocial support program for people who have recently attempted suicide. The program is built on personal connection and integration with community services which is outlined in a person’s support plan.
This service is available in Campbelltown and Liverpool areas. The service is staffed by Support Coordinators and Peer Workers.
Referrals are only accepted by staff from Campbelltown or Liverpool hospitals or community based mental health teams.
For further information:
1800 329 160
A four to 12-week psychosocial program for people who have presented in suicidal crisis to emergency departments or community mental health teams.
This service is available in Southern NSW and the Illawarra Shoalhaven area. The program is primarily staffed by skilled peer workers who work closely with the person around their drivers of suicide and goals to help reduce their risk and take steps towards the life they want.
A Peer Worker has their own experience of mental health and recovery and, in this way, can support from a place of understanding and help create hope for recovery. The person, along with the peer worker, will work collaboratively with a mental health clinician for the initial meeting and at four weekly reviews.
We currently don’t accept self-referrals for this service. Contact our team to see if there is an accepted referrer near you: 1800 228 987
The program focuses on working together to stabilise refugee health symptoms, develop skills and connect with other services/supports in order to improve wellbeing.