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headspace centre officially launches in Goulburn
headspace Goulburn was officially opened on Thursday 27 April, giving young people aged 12 to 25 access to youth friendly, free and confidential mental health and wellbeing services in their local area.
headspace Centre now open in Goulburn
headspace Goulburn centre is now open, giving young people aged 12 to 25 from the Goulburn area access to youth friendly, free and confidential mental health and wellbeing services.
Worrigee Medical Centre gains grant to enhance services and support for people with mental illness
Worrigee Medical Centre has been successful in applying for a government grant to enhance the services and support they provide to people living with mental health conditions in the Nowra region.
Mental health forum: Putting consumers and carers at centre of mental health reform
Those with lived experience of mental illness, carers and their family members are encouraged to attend and contribute their knowledge, experiences and ideas to the Consumer and Carer Forum.
Upcoming co-design workshops for mental health and suicide prevention in our region
COORDINARE is calling on local consumers, carers and service providers to have their say in a series of co-design workshops.
Regional strategy and stepped care model for mental health and suicide prevention
COORDINARE is currently in the process of developing a Regional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Strategy.
New report released on mental health services
More than two million Australians got help for mental health issues through Medicare last year, attending nearly 10 million appointments.
Mental health reforms announced
The Federal Government has released its response to the National Mental Health Commission's Review of Mental Health Programmes and Services.
October is Mental Health Month
Mental Health Month aims to raise awareness about mental health issues.
Mental health report: Care after a suicide attempt
A national study, Care After A Suicide Attempt (CAASA), shows one third of people presenting to hospital following a suicide attempt will receive no mental health follow-up. Every year around 60,000 people make a suicide attempt.