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Mental Health Services in Mudgee

Unfortunately at times there are wait lists for our services, in which cases we have a list of other professionals in our region that you can contact for assistance. 

Crisis Support

There is usually a high demand for mental services and wait times may occur. If urgent assistance or support is required, contact the emergency services below:

 

NSW Health Mental Health Line: 

1800 011 511

 

Lifeline: 13 11 14 www.lifeline.org.au

 

Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467

Private Practitioners

Private practitioners will charge a fee for services. You will need to discuss fees with the practitioner / organisation when make a booking.

Mindkeys; Kim Hansen (Counselling, Applied Neuroscience Practitioner)

E: mindkeys101@gmail.com

W: www.mindkeys.com.au

Focustime Psychology: Neville Shackleton (Psychologist)

 http://focustimepsychology.com.au/

 

Fiona Woods: Mental Health Social Worker  

 www.fionawoods.com.au

Choose Your Future, Joanne Cotterill (Mental Health Social Worker)

 www.chooseyourfuture.me

Mudgee Therapy Rooms, 

 www.mudgeetherapyroom.com·   

Public & Fully Funded Services

 

Mudgee Community Mental Health; Phone - 02 6372 6455

 

Marathon Health: Phone - 02 6826 5271

    Strong Minds Program

Strong Minds Western NSW delivers short-term, focused psychological services for people with a diagnosable mild to moderate mental illness. With a GP referral this service is fully funded and at no cost for up to 10 sessions. Services cover Mudgee, Kandos, Coolah, Dunedoo and Gulgong

www.marathonhealth.com.au/strong-minds-westernServices

   Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Program (CPS)

CPS provides free non-clinical, community-based supports that aim to facilitate recovery in the community for people experiencing severe and persistent mental illness. 

https://www.marathonhealth.com.au/service/commonwealth-psychosocial-support-program/

Rural Youth Mental Health:

Rural Youth Mental Health Service (RYMH) offers early intervention services for young people (12-25) with, or at risk of, mental illness.

For young people not already in contact with a support service, or who find it difficult to access or engage with a service, RYMH will be there to help them make a positive change. Young people can ask for support from the program themselves, or be referred by a community organisation.

Phone - 1800 236 762

https://www.benevolent.org.au/services-and-programs/list-of-programs/rural-youth-mental-health

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