Mental health problems can affect your ability to manage daily activities and to live independently.
At EACH, we understand that mental illness can be debilitating and lifelong. And we know that it can be experienced by anyone and it affects families and cares.
Our broad range of community-based programs provide tailored psychological and counselling therapies offering support, treatment and recovery for children, young people, adults experiencing mental health issues.
Services are confidential and available for a broad range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, family violence, addiction, victims of violent crime, sexual and physical assault, grief and loss, stress management and other life difficulties.
We provide flexible, responsive options for families and carer’s caring for or living with a family member with disabilities or chronic illness.
Our services include:
- Individualised support
- Group activities i.e. music, art, recreation, and self-development etc
- Culturally safe support for all communities including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
- Supporting you to access the NDIS
- Interpreters can be arranged
- Linkages to specialised and non-specialised services i.e. Gabler’s Help, headspace, medical services etc.
Please note: we do not provide crisis response services.
In case of emergency call 000.
Support is also available through:
Lifeline: 13 11 14
Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636
Kids Helpline Official: 1800 551 800
1800RESPECT: 1800 737 732
Relationships Australia: 1300 364 277
Who can access this service?
Our services are available to eligible people of all ages diagnosed or at risk of developing mental health conditions or other health concerns. Learn more via the program pages below or contact us for more information.
What does this service cost?
Our services are free or low-cost, please contact us for more information.
When can this service be accessed?
Services can be accessed Monday to Friday. A limited number of afterhours appointments may be available.
For more information on our Mental Health Services, please contact us on 1300 003 224.