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*** Click on the program area below, and then click on your LGA i.e. Goondiwindi to see a list of services funded by our PHN in that region.
*** Please Note: All GP referrals for mental health services must be made through refeRHEALTH. Please call the GP Support Help Line on 0491 201 296 for direct assistance.

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Toowoomba

Lifeline Darling Downs & South West

Current Program

Drought Support - Empowering our Communities

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Our PHN has commissioned Lifeline Darling Downs and South West QLD to deliver the Community Connections Program.

The Community Connections Program delivers training to community members to act as gatekeepers, trusted advocates and referrers for drought affected community members and their families. The trusted advocates can:

  • recognise and respond to signs of distress;
  • identify the most appropriate referral point; and
  • assist community members to access required mental health and other relevant supports.

Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 991 443

connect@lifelinedarlingdowns.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Contact the provider directly.

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Mindware Psychology

Current Program

Bushfire Support

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Millmerran and Crows Nest

Services Offered

Counselling sessions are available to all individuals, families and emergency workers affected by bushfires with no out of pocket expenses. Counselling support can be delivered either face to face or via telehealth (phone or video consultation).

  • Up to 10 therapy sessions can be accesses.
  • No Mental Health Treatment Plan or GP referral required.
  • You can access the sessions via telehealth if you live in a rural or remote area or if you not able to access services face to face.

The sessions can support you with coping strategies, advice on distress interventions, social supports, counselling and family based psychological interventions.

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone affected by bushfires in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4646 4953

Mobile: 0426 294 015

Referral Pathway

Individuals can self-refer by contacting the provider directly

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Mind Australia

Current Program

Bushfire Support

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Counselling sessions are available to all individuals, families and emergency workers affected by bushfires with no out of pocket expenses. Counselling support can be delivered either face to face or via telehealth (phone or video consultation).

  • Up to 10 therapy sessions can be accesses.
  • No Mental Health Treatment Plan or GP referral required.
  • You can access the sessions via telehealth if you live in a rural or remote area or if you not able to access services face to face.

The sessions can support you with coping strategies, advice on distress interventions, social supports, counselling and family based psychological interventions.

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone affected by bushfires in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 286 463

Referral Pathway

Individuals can self-refer by contacting the provider directly

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Mi-Mind Centre

Current Program

Mental Health Nurse Care - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Mental Health Nurse Care is for people who are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental health condition in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region who are currently being managed in the primary care setting via a GP and/or psychiatrist.

People who are deemed eligible will receive mental health nurse services through a clinic setting or outreach model including clinical care coordination of services by a mental
health nurse.

Mental Health Nurse Care will be delivered through:

  • face-to-face sessions;
  • telephone or online to individuals in private practice; and/or
  • community locations or via home visits (where risk assessed as safe and appropriate).

Eligibility Criteria

People living in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region aged 16 and older, who:

  • have a Mental Health Treatment Plan;
  • are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental illness;
  • have mental health issues that are significantly impacting on their social, personal and work life;
  • are at risk of being admitted to hospital in the future if clinical care coordination is not provided, or have already had at least one admission due to their mental health in the past 12 months;
  • are assessed as needing clinical care coordination for their ongoing treatment and management of their mental health for an extended episode of care; and/or
  • are currently under the care of a GP or psychiatrist for mental health care or will be linked with one as part of the program.

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Referral Contact

Mobile: 0433 996 832

Fax: 07 4613 0944

nurse@mi-mindtrust.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs or psychiatrists. A Mental Health Treatment Plan is mandatory for referral to this service. GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Toowoomba Clubhouse

Current Program

Psychosocial Support - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba and surrounds

Services Offered

Psychosocial Support offers peer support for people who are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental health condition who are currently being managed in the primary care setting via a GP and/or psychiatrist.

People who are eligible will receive psychosocial services through a range of non-clinical supports which will be provided as individual or group modality. These services build ability and skills to assist people to manage their mental health, improve relationships with family and others, and increase social and economic participation.

Psychosocial Support will be delivered through:

  • face-to-face sessions;
  • telephone or online to individuals either in private or general practice settings; and/or
  • community locations or via home visits (where risk assessed as safe and appropriate).

Eligibility Criteria

People living in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region aged 18 and older, who:

  • are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental illness;
  • have mental health issues that are significantly impacting on their social, personal and work life;
  • would benefit from specialised psychosocial support at particular points in time to assist them build capacity for daily living;
  • are not assisted by the NDIS; and
  • are currently under the care of a GP or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4632 4688

admin@toowoombaclubhouse.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists, self-referral, or other community or NGO type organisation. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Darling Downs Health

Current Program

Millmerran Continuity of Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Assistance with reviewing GP Management Plans, Team Care Arrangements and Multidisciplinary Care Plans.

Eligibility Criteria

A person with a chronic or terminal medical condition, with or without multidisciplinary care needs.

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Referral Contact

Millmerran Multipurpose Health Service – Primary Care Clinic

Phone: 07 4695 3111

Referral Pathway

GP’s, allied health professionals and self-referral.

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Youthrive Integrated Therapy Services

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Complex Psychological Therapies

Communities Serviced

All LGAs

Services Offered

Child and Youth Complex Psychological Therapies in primary care are designed for children and young people with, or at risk of complex/severe mental health conditions and are aimed to increase access to evidence-based psychological services to reduce the impact of mental illness. It is recognised that continuity of services by the same practitioner over time improves physical health as well as mental health outcomes. These services will be delivered via telehealth

Eligibility Criteria

Complex Psychological Therapies (CPT) to be delivered in tandem with the Child and Youth Severe and Complex Services. These services are designed to complement MBS Better Access psychology services funded by Medicare, not be in place of these services.

Children and young people from 0 to 25 years of age with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Amy McAlister

Phone: 0433 598 894

Fax: 07 3880 6482

amym@youthrive.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs to refer via refeRHEALTH here

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Prevention and Management - AH Diabetes

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Gatton, Toowoomba, Oakey

Services Offered

Type of Service: 6-week 'Healthy Living on a Budget' group program

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or individual: Group

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

AND

aged 18-80 years

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Referral Contact

Celia Innerarity

Phone: 07 4646 2530

Fax: 07 4641 7556

celia@ahdiabetes.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs and allied health professionals - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

Self-referrals also accepted.

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Alexandra Bryant

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, with some outreach within the Darling Downs

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Alexandra Bryant

Phone: 07 4637 9045

Mobile: 0438 840 782

Fax: 07 4642 1410

alexbryant@bigpond.com

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Culturally Appropriate Services - Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Warwick

Services Offered

Alcohol and other drug counsellors provide culturally appropriate individualised and coordinated non-residential alcohol and other drug counselling, withdrawal management, advice and assessment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Toowoomba and Warwick.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are in need of non-residential alcohol and other drug counselling, withdrawal management, advice and assessment services.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4639 7400

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP, Aboriginal Health Workder or self-referral

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ITC Program - Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Aboriginal Health - Integrated Team Care (ITC)

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

The Integrated Team Care (ITC) Program aims to increase access to primary health care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The program offers care coordination support for people with a chronic condition, and general support to access health services through outreach workers. For more information, click here..

Eligibility Criteria

Care Coordinator and Supplementary Services:

• Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

• Have a current 715 Health check and GP Management Plan

• Have a referral from GP

• Have a diagnosed chronic condition

Indigenous Outreach Worker:

• Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

• Require assistance to attend a Medical Appointment

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4639 7300 (Toowoomba) 07 4661 0800 (Warwick)

Website

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Referral Pathway

For Care Coordination, patients need a 715, GPMP or GP referral. For Indigenous Outreach Worker, referrals can be made via self-referral, GP or Aboriginal Health Worker

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Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate mental health services, including suicide prevention services, for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with or at risk of a mental health condition.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 379 558

Fax: 07 4653 9550

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self-referral, GPs or through any relevant service providers. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Warwick

Services Offered

The Strong Mind, Strong Spirit program is a culturally appropriate support program designed to reach out to those with or at risk of mental illness, their family and community.

  • Culturally appropriate group support for individuals, their family and community
  • One-on-one counselling offered if required

Eligibility Criteria

18+ year old Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders living in Toowoomba and Warwick.

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Referral Contact

Richard Turnball or Darleen Oliver

Phone: 1300 379 558

Fax: 07 4639 7450 (Toowoomba) or 07 4548 9550 (Warwick)

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Reach Out and Recover (ROaR) Service

  • Culturally appropriate suicide prevention service that will support the client (and their care givers) to work with a range of practitioners including GPs, psychiatrists, addiction medicine specialists, psychologists, social workers, counsellors, nurses and Aboriginal health workers.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people who are deemed by their GP, other health workers and/or family members to be at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4639 7400

ksoppa@carbal.com.au

Referral Pathway

Hospitals, GPs or community mental health services.

GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Centre for Healthy Living

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in the Southern Downs LGA and Clifton in the Toowoomba LGA.

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Gordana Sloss

Phone: 07 4661 3340 

Fax: 07 4667 1333

admin@centreforhealthyliving.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Civic Assist

Current Program

Child and Youth - Youth Street Crews

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Civic Assist Youth Street Crews engage with young people who may be experiencing a range of issues in the Toowoomba CBD area every Thursday night.

Eligibility Criteria

Young people under the age of 25

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4631 5822

info@civicassist.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self-referral

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Darling Downs Health

Current Program

Aged Care

Communities Serviced

All residential aged care facilities (RACFs) in this LGA

Services Offered

Darling Downs Health's Acute Geriatric Evaluation Service (AGES) Model of Care Project provides after-hours support to RACFs through a telephone triage service, telehealth consultations providing virtual assessments and rapid assessments in the RACF by the AGES team. This service also provides support to RACFs in the implementation of care pathways.

Eligibility Criteria

Residents in residential aged care facilities (RACFs) in the Darling Downs region

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Referral Contact

Donna Fitch

Phone: 07 4616 6671

DDHHS-AGES@health.qld.gov.au

Referral Pathway

GPs or RACF staff

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EACH

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

These services provide non-clinical care coordination to support the young person, complementary to clinical therapeutic interventions, GPs, paediatricians and psychiatrists.

Eligibility Criteria

Children and young people up to 25 years of age (primarily the 12 - 25 age bracket) with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 003 224

Fax: 07 3282 7215

CYMHCC@each.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Goolburri Aboriginal Health Advancement Co

Current Program

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Bunji Burri to Gunadoos Service provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families with culturally appropriate antenatal and postnatal care.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families requiring peri and postnatal care, and with children aged up to 5.

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Referral Contact

Simone Stanton

Phone: 07 4638 8607

Mobile: 0436 402 918

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self-referral, GP or Aboriginal Health Worker

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Goondir Health Services

Current Program

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Dalby, Chinchilla and Tara in Western Downs LGA. Oakey in Toowoomba LGA.

Services Offered

Healing Workshops

  • Service options include the Find Healing (through Culture) and Walkabout Barber workshops.
  • Access to integrated health services.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people who have attempted suicide or those that are at high risk.

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Referral Pathway

Hospitals, GPs or community mental health services.

GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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headspace Toowoomba

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba and surrounds

Services Offered

headspace Toowoomba can assist young people aged 12 to 25 years with mental health, general health, drug, alcohol, education and employment issues.

Eligibility Criteria

People living in Toowoomba aged 12 to 25.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4639 9000

Fax: 07 4639 9099

headspace.toowoomba@unitedsynergies.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, school staff, parents, self-referral, agency referral or community referral direct to the provider.

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Prevention and Management - Healthy Lifestyles Australia

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Oakey, Clifton, Toowoomba

Services Offered

Type of Service:

• Toowoomba - diabetes education

• Oakey - dietitian and exercise physiology

• Clifton - dietition, exercise physiology and diabetes education

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or Individual: Group and individual

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3088 2323

Fax: 07 3053 8133

referrals@healthylifestylesaustralia.com

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

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Illuminable Minds

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Nadja Jones

Mobile: 0459 606 717

nadjajones@me.com

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Lifeline Darling Downs and South West

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Group Progam

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Sarah Owens and Claire Whyte

Phone: 1300 991 443

Fax: 07 4699 1610

lifeline@lifelinedarlingdowns.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Non-Residential - Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Chinchilla, Dalby, Tara, Kingaroy, Warwick, Stanthorpe, Goondiwindi

Services Offered

Alcohol and other drug counsellors provide non-residential rehabilitation services, including culturally appropriate care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Eligibility Criteria

People aged 12 years and older in need of evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment services and their family.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 727 957

info@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Lumsden Psychology

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Oakey, Kingsthorpe

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Marguerite Lumsden

Mobile: 0427 647 847

admin@lumsdenpsychology.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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PFAS - Lumsden Psychology

Current Program

PFAS

Communities Serviced

Oakey

Services Offered

The Per- and Poly-Fluoroalkyl Substances Program offers free, specialised and confidential counselling services to people affected by PFAS in the Oakey area.

Eligibility Criteria

• Live or work or have lived or worked in the Oakey PFAS investigation area; and

• Identify as being adversely affected by per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) exposure.

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Referral Contact

Marguerite Lumsden

Mobile: 0427 647 847

therapy@myapollo.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - please send the referral form via Medical Objects.

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Prevention and Management - Margot Hawker Dietetics

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Millmerran, Goondiwindi

Services Offered

Type of Service: Dietetics

Chronic Condition: Diabetes

Group or Individual: Group and individual

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Margot Hawker

Phone: 07 4671 1444

Fax: 07 4671 2338

kilbronae.m@bigpond.com

Referral Pathway

GPs and allied health professionals - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax or Medical Objects:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

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Mindware Psychology

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Crows Nest, Millmerran. Can accept telehealth referrals from across Darling Downs region.

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Veronica McKeen

Phone: 07 4646 4953

Mobile: 0426 294 015

Fax: 07 4646 2452

contact@mindwarepsychology.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Multicultural Australia

Current Program

Multicultural Health - Refugee Nurse Outreach Program

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Refugee Health Nurses facilitate access to refugee health assessment services as well as ongoing health care management by General Practices, assisting a smoother transition to the Australian healthcare system.

Eligibility Criteria

People in the Humanitarian Settlement Program

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4632 1466

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Referral pathway through the Australian Government.

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Neami National

Current Program

Health Service Navigator - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Health Service Navigators assist GPs, service providers, consumers and carers to navigate services available under stepped care in our region, and other available support services.

Eligibility Criteria

Available for anyone in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region (this includes patients, carers, family members, GPs and other health professionals).

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 012 710

Fax: 07 3103 4634

navigator@neaminational.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs, self-referral, family members or loved ones, and other service providers. GPs to refer via refeRHEALTH here

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Mental Health Services for RACFs

Communities Serviced

All RACFs in this LGA

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach and includes:

  • One (1) x 60 minute initial assessment followed by five (5) x 30 minute sessions over six (6) weeks

This service is specifically tailored for an older persons needs.

Eligibility Criteria

Residents of RACFs with, or at risk of, a mild to moderate mental health condition.

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Referral Contact

sage@rfq.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here. RACF Staff can contact the provider directly.

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach and includes:

  • One (1) x 60 minute initial assessment followed by five (5) x 30 minute sessions over six (6) weeks

Eligibility Criteria

12+ year olds living in this LGA.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 971 309

newaccess@rfq.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Ipswich

Services Offered

The New Sensations program offers a one-day sensory modulation workshop.

  • Sensory modulation therapy
  • One-day group workshop

Eligibility Criteria

  • Parents and carers of children aged 0-11yrs
  • Educators supporting children aged 0-11yrs
  • Secondary school aged students 12-17yrs
  • Adults 18+yrs

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3363 2555

Fax: 07 3363 2557 (Ipswich) or 07 3363 2598 (Toowoomba)

newsensations@rfq.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

The Way Back Support Service

  • One-on-one, non-clinical care and practical support that people can relate to following a suicide attempt.
  • Support is provided for up to three (3) months and targets those at the highest risk through referrals following hospital presentations.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals who have attempted suicide and for other people at high risk of suicide, including those who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 168 839

thewayback@rfq.com.au

Referral Pathway

Hospitals, GPs or community mental health services.

GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Residential - Sunrise Way

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

Residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation based in Toowoomba.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ years old and seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4638 9091

Fax: 07 4638 9109

info@sunriseway.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Culturally Appropriate Services - Sunrise Way

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation service based in Toowoomba.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ years old and seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4638 9091

Fax: 07 4638 9109

info@sunriseway.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GP, Aboriginal Health Work or self-referral

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Teen Challenge

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

This service provides assistance to individuals aged 16 – 45 to locate and access treatment options appropriate to their alcohol and other drug use issue, including residential rehabilitation with the new Life Centre Program. The service also provides a regional outreach service providing assessment and pre-admission support.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals aged 16 - 45

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3422 1500

Mobile: 07 3422 1500

Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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TOMNET (The Older Mens Network)

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

TOMNET (The Older Mens Network) offers specialised support services and peer programs for men over 50, especially those at risk. Program offers up to 12 face to face or telephone sessions to help men manage anxiety and depression.

Eligibility Criteria

Men aged 50 and over living in the Toowoomba LGA.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4638 9080

admin@tomnet.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Toowoomba Hospice

Current Program

After Hours - Toowoomba Hospice

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Short- and medium-term inpatient palliative care, including services in the after hours period.

Eligibility Criteria

Adults requiring palliative care and support. Admission is based on an assessment of need and referral.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4659 8500

director.toowoombahospice@bigpond.com

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs and other medical practitioners, hospitals, community services or self-referral.

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Management - Toowoomba Podiatry Clinic

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Clifton, Pittsworth, Toowoomba

Services Offered

Type of Service: Podiatry

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or Individual: Individual

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Judith France

Phone: 07 4632 1100

Fax: 07 4639 1305

info@toowoombapodiatry.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
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Best Practice Version

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Interpreting Services

Current Program

Multicultural Health

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

This program provides translation services for allied health professionals treating patients from refugee and multicultural backgrounds across our region. The interpreting services are delivered by a nationally accredited interpreting service provider.

Eligibility Criteria

Allied health professionals with clients who are from multicultural backrgounds or refugees.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4615 0900

Referral Pathway

Please fill out the Interpreting for Allied Health Professionals Expression of Interest Form.

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True Relationships and Reproductive Health

Current Program

Child and Youth - Reproductive and Sexual Health Clinic

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Nurse-led reproductive and sexual health clinical services to young people. This includes consultations in the areas of contraception (including Long Acting Reversible Contraception), pregnancy and sexual health (including sexually transmitted infections).

Eligibility Criteria

Young people under the age of 25

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3281 4088 (Ipswich) 07 4632 8166 (Toowoomba)

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self-referral or GP

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Prevention and Management - Warwick Physioworks

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Clifton, Warwick

Services Offered

Type of Service: Individual consultations, 5 week exercise and health education group

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or Individual: Group and individual

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4661 7756

Fax: 07 4661 8375

warwickphysioworks@gmail.com

Referral Pathway

GPs - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
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Best Practice Version

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Ipswich

Mind Australia

Current Program

Bushfire Support

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Counselling sessions are available to all individuals, families and emergency workers affected by bushfires with no out of pocket expenses. Counselling support can be delivered either face to face or via telehealth (phone or video consultation).

  • Up to 10 therapy sessions can be accesses.
  • No Mental Health Treatment Plan or GP referral required.
  • You can access the sessions via telehealth if you live in a rural or remote area or if you not able to access services face to face.

The sessions can support you with coping strategies, advice on distress interventions, social supports, counselling and family based psychological interventions.

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone affected by bushfires in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 286 463

Referral Pathway

Individuals can self-refer by contacting the provider directly

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Neami National

Current Program

Mental Health Nurse Care - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Mental Health Nurse Care is for people who are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental health condition in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region who are currently being managed in the primary care setting via a GP and/or psychiatrist.

People who are deemed eligible will receive mental health nurse services through a clinic setting or outreach model including clinical care coordination of services by a mental
health nurse.

Mental Health Nurse Care will be delivered through:

  • face-to-face sessions;
  • telephone or online to individuals in private practice; and/or
  • community locations or via home visits (where risk assessed as safe and appropriate).

Eligibility Criteria

People living in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region aged 16 and older, who:

  • have a Mental Health Treatment Plan;
  • are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental illness;
  • have mental health issues that are significantly impacting on their social, personal and work life;
  • are at risk of being admitted to hospital in the future if clinical care coordination is not provided, or have already had at least one admission due to their mental health in the past 12 months;
  • are assessed as needing clinical care coordination for their ongoing treatment and management of their mental health for an extended episode of care; and/or
  • are currently under the care of a GP or psychiatrist for mental health care or will be linked with one as part of the program.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3493 6750

Fax: 07 3103 4634

ipswichcentre@neaminational.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs or psychiatrists. A Mental Health Treatment Plan is mandatory for referral to this service. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Neami National

Current Program

Psychosocial Support - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Psychosocial Support offers peer support for people who are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental health condition who are currently being managed in the primary care setting via a GP and/or psychiatrist.

People who are eligible will receive psychosocial services through a range of non-clinical supports which will be provided as individual or group modality. These services build ability and skills to assist people to manage their mental health, improve relationships with family and others, and increase social and economic participation.

Psychosocial Support will be delivered through:

  • face-to-face sessions;
  • telephone or online to individuals either in private or general practice settings; and/or
  • community locations or via home visits (where risk assessed as safe and appropriate).

Eligibility Criteria

People living in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region aged 18 and older, who:

  • are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental illness;
  • have mental health issues that are significantly impacting on their social, personal and work life;
  • would benefit from specialised psychosocial support at particular points in time to assist them build capacity for daily living;
  • are not assisted by the NDIS; and
  • are currently under the care of a GP or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3493 6750

Fax: 07 3103 4634

ipswichcentre@neaminational.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists, self-referral, or other community or NGO type organisation. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Wise Choices program is a 10 week Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) based program that will give participants aged 18+ years old, the skills to lead a healthy, meaningful life and improve relationships with themselves and others. The intended outcomes for participants in a low-intensity setting would be increased psychological flexibility, improved intra and interpersonal functioning, increased psychological resilience, greater awareness of emotions and their impact on behaviour, improved emotional regulation and distress tolerance, and the development of strategies to effect meaningful change in relevant domains of functioning.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals aged 18+ years old in this LGA

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Referral Contact

Clint Tierney

Phone: 07 3493 6780

Mobile: 0434 335 207

Fax: 07 3103 4634

clinton.tierney@neaminational.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Youthrive Integrated Therapy Services

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Complex Psychological Therapies

Communities Serviced

All LGAs

Services Offered

Child and Youth Complex Psychological Therapies in primary care are designed for children and young people with, or at risk of complex/severe mental health conditions and are aimed to increase access to evidence-based psychological services to reduce the impact of mental illness. It is recognised that continuity of services by the same practitioner over time improves physical health as well as mental health outcomes. These services will be delivered via telehealth

Eligibility Criteria

Complex Psychological Therapies (CPT) to be delivered in tandem with the Child and Youth Severe and Complex Services. These services are designed to complement MBS Better Access psychology services funded by Medicare, not be in place of these services.

Children and young people from 0 to 25 years of age with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Amy McAlister

Phone: 0433 598 894

Fax: 07 3880 6482

amym@youthrive.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs to refer via refeRHEALTH here

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CiMAS Home Nursing Services

Current Program

Palliative care in RACFs

Communities Serviced

All Communities in LGA

Services Offered

Assessment by palliative care nurse to identify care needs of the resident, formulation of a care plan (including close collaboration with resident's GP), case conferencing, end-stage symptom management (including assistance with syringe pumps), education to RACF staff, and after hours on-call support.

Eligibility Criteria

People living at a Residential Aged Care Facility (RACF) who require palliative care assessment, symptom management and/or assistance with a care plan.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3221 4236

Fax: 3112 42365,

admin@cimas.net.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs and other medical practitioners, registered nurse/s at Residential Aged Care Facility.

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Inland Rail Project -Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

New Access Program developed by Beyond Blue.

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach.

Eligibility Criteria

Residents of the Service locations whom are 16+years of age and have been impacted by the Inland Rail Project.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 971 309

newaccess@rfq.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral or GP referral

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Access Community Services

Current Program

Multicultural Health - Refugee Nurse Outreach Program

Communities Serviced

Redbank, Goodna, Ipswich

Services Offered

Refugee Health Nurses facilitate access to refugee health assessment services as well as ongoing health care management by General Practices, assisting a smoother transition to the Australian healthcare system.

Eligibility Criteria

People in the Humanitarian Settlement Program

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3412 8222

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Referral pathway through the Australian Government.
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Artius Health

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Shayne Dearling

Phone: 1300 278 487

Fax: 07 3282 9103

WMReferrals@artius.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Non-Residential - EACH

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

Boonah, Esk, Gatton, Goodna, Ipswich, Laidley, Lowood, Springfield Lakes

Services Offered

Alcohol and other drug counselling, case management and relapse prevention services.

Eligibility Criteria

People aged 16 years and older in need of evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment services and their family.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 003 224

Fax: 07 3810 9499

AODQueensland@each.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Care Coordination - EACH

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Ipswich, Goodna

Services Offered

Type of Service: EACH Co-ordin8 is a program for people managing chronic health concerns. A qualified nurse will work with your patient to help them understand their condition and to coordinate the health and educational services that meet their needs.

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or individual: Individual

Eligibility Criteria

12 years and older

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Valerie Eden

Phone: 07 3810 9400

coordin8@each.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via email:
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Best Practice Version

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EACH

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

These services provide non-clinical care coordination to support the young person, complementary to clinical therapeutic interventions, GPs, paediatricians and psychiatrists.

Eligibility Criteria

Children and young people up to 25 years of age (primarily the 12 - 25 age bracket) with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 003 224

Fax: 07 3282 7215

CYMHCC@each.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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headspace Ipswich

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Ipswich and surrounds

Services Offered

headspace Ipswich can assist young people aged 12 to 25 years with mental health, general health, drug, alcohol, education and employment issues. For more information, click here.

Eligibility Criteria

People living in Ipswich aged 12 to 25.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3280 7900

Fax: 07 3280 7999

headspace.ipswich@aftercare.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, school staff, parents, self-referral, agency referral or community referral direct to the provider.

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HealthWISE

Current Program

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate mental health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with or at risk of a mental health condition.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1800 931 540

Fax: 1300 452 059

mentalhealth@healthwise.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self-referral, GPs or through any relevant service providers. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Prevention and Management - Healthy Lifestyles Australia

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Central, Booval, Redbank, Goodna, Rosewood, Springfield, Camira, Willowbank, Purga, Yamanto

Services Offered

Type of Service:

• Ipswich Central, Booval, Redbank and Goodna - dietetics, exercise physiology and diabetes education

• Rosewood - dietetics and exercise phsyiology

• Springifled - dietitian and exercise physiology

• Camira and Willowbank - dietitian

• Purga and Yamanto - dietitian and exercise physiology

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or Individual: Group and individual

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3088 2323

Fax: 07 3053 8133  

referrals@healthylifestylesaustralia.com

Referral Pathway

GPs - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

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Ipswich Hospice Care

Current Program

After Hours - Ipswich Hospice

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Patients must have a life-limiting illness and be in the last 3 months of life. Appropriateness of admission is determined by the Palliative Care Consultant and Director of Nursing.

Eligibility Criteria

Palliative care nursing and end of life care

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3812 0063

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs and other medical practitioners, hospitals, community services or self-referral.

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Kambu Health

Current Program

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Culturally Based Suicide Prevention Services

  • Coordinated case management for follow-up in the high-risk period after an individual is discharged from hospital following a suicide attempt or self-harm.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people who have attempted suicide or those that are at high risk.

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Referral Contact

Mobile: 0458 035 736

Fax: 07 3812 5177

lillian.garrett@kambuhealth.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Hospitals, GPs or community mental health services.

GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Neami National

Current Program

Health Service Navigator - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Health Service Navigators assist GPs, service providers, consumers and carers to navigate services available under stepped care in our region, and other available support services.

Eligibility Criteria

Available for anyone in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region (this includes patients, carers, family members, GPs and other health professionals).

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 012 710

Fax: 07 3103 4634

navigator@neaminational.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs, self-referral, family members or loved ones, and other service providers. GPs to refer via refeRHEALTH here

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Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA, and Boonah in the Scenic Rim.

Services Offered

The Optimal Health Program is an eight-session (over a 6-8 week period) self-development program promoting hope, growth and partnership.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ year olds living in this LGA.

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Referral Contact

Clint Tierney

Phone: 07 3493 6780

Mobile: 0434 335 207

Fax: 07 3103 4634

clinton.tierney@neaminational.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Poppy Centre

Current Program

Child and Youth

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

The Poppy Centre provides rapid behavioural development assessments for children accessing the West Moreton Health Specialist Behavioural Development Clinic.

Eligibility Criteria

Children aged 7 - 11

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3447 6500

Fax: (07) 3905 1875

thepoppycentre@aftercare.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs
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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Mental Health Services for RACFs

Communities Serviced

All RACFs in this LGA

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach and includes:

  • One (1) x 60 minute initial assessment followed by five (5) x 30 minute sessions over six (6) weeks

This service is specifically tailored for an older persons needs.

Eligibility Criteria

Residents of RACFs with, or at risk of, a mild to moderate mental health condition.

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Referral Contact

sage@rfq.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here. RACF Staff can contact the provider directly.

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach and includes:

  • One (1) x 60 minute initial assessment followed by five (5) x 30 minute sessions over six (6) weeks

Eligibility Criteria

12+ year olds living in this LGA.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 971 309

newaccess@rfq.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Ipswich

Services Offered

The New Sensations program offers a one-day sensory modulation workshop.

  • Sensory modulation therapy
  • One-day group workshop

Eligibility Criteria

  • Parents and carers of children aged 0-11yrs
  • Educators supporting children aged 0-11yrs
  • Secondary school aged students 12-17yrs
  • Adults 18+yrs

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3363 2555

Fax: 07 3363 2557 (Ipswich) or 07 3363 2598 (Toowoomba)

newsensations@rfq.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

The Way Back Support Service

  • One-on-one, non-clinical care and practical support that people can relate to following a suicide attempt.
  • Support is provided for up to three (3) months and targets those at the highest risk through referrals following hospital presentations.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals who have attempted suicide and for other people at high risk of suicide, including those who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 168 839

thewayback@rfq.com.au

Referral Pathway

Hospitals, GPs or community mental health services.

GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Prevention and Management - Steve Royle Exercise Physiology Group

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

Type of Service: 8-week healthy eating and active lifestyles group program

Chronic Condition: Diabetes

Group or individual: Group

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

• Suffer from and be considered to have clinically stable cardiovascular disease (CVD), pre-diabetes (e.g. insulin resistance), type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and/or metabolic syndrome or a combination of the aforementioned.

• Be in the contemplation or action stage for lifestyle modification/behavior change.

• Be happy to attend the program as part of the group.

• Be able to be independent within a group setting (i.e. not require consistent 1-on-1 supervision from the clinician).

• NOT have a diagnosed eating disorder (e.g. anorexia nervosa).

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Referral Contact

Steve Royle

Phone: 07 3381 1835

Fax: 07 3381 1809

steve.royle@uqhealthcare.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs and allied health professionals - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

Self-referrals also accepted.

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Residential - Sunrise Way

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

Residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation based in Toowoomba.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ years old and seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4638 9091

Fax: 07 4638 9109

info@sunriseway.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Culturally Appropriate Services - Sunrise Way

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation service based in Toowoomba.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ years old and seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4638 9091

Fax: 07 4638 9109

info@sunriseway.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP, Aboriginal Health Work or self-referral

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Non-Residential - Ted Noffs Foundation

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Alcohol and other drug counselling services to young people 12 - 25 in the West Moreton region.

Eligibility Criteria

12 - 25 years of age living in the West Moreton Region.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1800 753 300

qldreferrals@noffs.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Teen Challenge

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

This service provides assistance to individuals aged 16 – 45 to locate and access treatment options appropriate to their alcohol and other drug use issue, including residential rehabilitation with the new Life Centre Program. The service also provides a regional outreach service providing assessment and pre-admission support.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals aged 16 - 45

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3422 1500

Mobile: 07 3422 1500

Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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ITC Program - The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health

Current Program

Aboriginal Health - Integrated Team Care (ITC)

Communities Serviced

Laidley, Ipswich, Goodna, Somerset, Lockyer, Boonah

Services Offered

The Integrated Team Care (ITC) Program aims to increase access to primary health care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The program offers care coordination support for people with a chronic condition, and general support to access health services through outreach workers. For more information, click here.

Eligibility Criteria

Care Coordinator and Supplementary Services:

• Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

• Have a current 715 Health check and GP Management Plan

• Have a referral from GP

• Have a diagnosed chronic condition

Indigenous Outreach Worker:

• Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

• Require assistance to attend a Medical Appointment

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1800 254 354

itc@iuih.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

For Care Coordination, patients need a 715, GPMP or GP referral. For Indigenous Outreach Worker, referrals can be made via self-referral, GP or Aboriginal Health Worker

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Therapy Pro

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA. For the South Burnett LGA, Blackbutt only.

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 004 414 

Fax: 07 3112 4203

info@therapypro.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Therapy Pro

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Child and Youth Complex Psychological Therapies in primary care are designed for children and young people with, or at risk of complex/severe mental health conditions and are aimed to increase access to evidence-based psychological services to reduce the impact of mental illness. It is recognised that continuity of services by the same practitioner over time improves physical health as well as mental health outcomes. These services will be delivered via telehealth.

Eligibility Criteria

Complex Psychological Therapies (CPT) to be delivered in tandem with the Child and Youth Severe and Complex Services. These services are designed to complement MBS Better Access psychology services funded by Medicare, not be in place of these services.

Children and young people from 0 to 25 years of age with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 004 414

Fax: 07 3112 4203

info@therapypro.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Interpreting Services

Current Program

Multicultural Health

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

This program provides translation services for allied health professionals treating patients from refugee and multicultural backgrounds across our region. The interpreting services are delivered by a nationally accredited interpreting service provider.

Eligibility Criteria

Allied health professionals with clients who are from multicultural backrgounds or refugees.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4615 0900

Referral Pathway

Please fill out the Interpreting for Allied Health Professionals Expression of Interest Form.

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True Relationships and Reproductive Health

Current Program

Child and Youth - Reproductive and Sexual Health Clinic

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Nurse-led reproductive and sexual health clinical services to young people. This includes consultations in the areas of contraception (including Long Acting Reversible Contraception), pregnancy and sexual health (including sexually transmitted infections).

Eligibility Criteria

Young people under the age of 25

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3281 4088 (Ipswich) 07 4632 8166 (Toowoomba)

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self-referral or GP

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Lockyer Valley

Lifeline Darling Downs & South West

Current Program

Drought Support - Empowering our Communities

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Our PHN has commissioned Lifeline Darling Downs and South West QLD to deliver the Community Connections Program.

The Community Connections Program delivers training to community members to act as gatekeepers, trusted advocates and referrers for drought affected community members and their families. The trusted advocates can:

  • recognise and respond to signs of distress;
  • identify the most appropriate referral point; and
  • assist community members to access required mental health and other relevant supports.

Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 991 443

connect@lifelinedarlingdowns.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Contact the provider directly.

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Therapy Pro

Current Program

Bushfire Support

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Counselling sessions are available to all individuals, families and emergency workers affected by bushfires with no out of pocket expenses. Counselling support can be delivered either face to face or via telehealth (phone or video consultation).

  • Up to 10 therapy sessions can be accesses.
  • No Mental Health Treatment Plan or GP referral required.
  • You can access the sessions via telehealth if you live in a rural or remote area or if you not able to access services face to face.

The sessions can support you with coping strategies, advice on distress interventions, social supports, counselling and family based psychological interventions.

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone affected by bushfires in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 004 414

Referral Pathway

Individuals can self-refer by contacting the provider directly

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Mind Australia

Current Program

Bushfire Support

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Counselling sessions are available to all individuals, families and emergency workers affected by bushfires with no out of pocket expenses. Counselling support can be delivered either face to face or via telehealth (phone or video consultation).

  • Up to 10 therapy sessions can be accesses.
  • No Mental Health Treatment Plan or GP referral required.
  • You can access the sessions via telehealth if you live in a rural or remote area or if you not able to access services face to face.

The sessions can support you with coping strategies, advice on distress interventions, social supports, counselling and family based psychological interventions.

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone affected by bushfires in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 286 463

Referral Pathway

Individuals can self-refer by contacting the provider directly

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Mi-Mind Centre

Current Program

Mental Health Nurse Care - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Mental Health Nurse Care is for people who are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental health condition in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region who are currently being managed in the primary care setting via a GP and/or psychiatrist.

People who are deemed eligible will receive mental health nurse services through a clinic setting or outreach model including clinical care coordination of services by a mental
health nurse.

Mental Health Nurse Care will be delivered through:

  • face-to-face sessions;
  • telephone or online to individuals in private practice; and/or
  • community locations or via home visits (where risk assessed as safe and appropriate).

Eligibility Criteria

People living in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region aged 16 and older, who:

  • have a Mental Health Treatment Plan;
  • are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental illness;
  • have mental health issues that are significantly impacting on their social, personal and work life;
  • are at risk of being admitted to hospital in the future if clinical care coordination is not provided, or have already had at least one admission due to their mental health in the past 12 months;
  • are assessed as needing clinical care coordination for their ongoing treatment and management of their mental health for an extended episode of care; and/or
  • are currently under the care of a GP or psychiatrist for mental health care or will be linked with one as part of the program.

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Referral Contact

Mobile: 0433 996 832

Fax: 07 4613 0944

nurse@mi-mindtrust.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs or psychiatrists. A Mental Health Treatment Plan is mandatory for referral to this service. GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Neami National

Current Program

Psychosocial Support - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Psychosocial Support offers peer support for people who are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental health condition who are currently being managed in the primary care setting via a GP and/or psychiatrist.

People who are eligible will receive psychosocial services through a range of non-clinical supports which will be provided as individual or group modality. These services build ability and skills to assist people to manage their mental health, improve relationships with family and others, and increase social and economic participation.

Psychosocial Support will be delivered through:

  • face-to-face sessions;
  • telephone or online to individuals either in private or general practice settings; and/or
  • community locations or via home visits (where risk assessed as safe and appropriate).

Eligibility Criteria

People living in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region aged 18 and older, who:

  • are diagnosed with a severe and complex mental illness;
  • have mental health issues that are significantly impacting on their social, personal and work life;
  • would benefit from specialised psychosocial support at particular points in time to assist them build capacity for daily living;
  • are not assisted by the NDIS; and
  • are currently under the care of a GP or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3493 6750

Fax: 07 3103 4634

ipswichcentre@neaminational.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists, self-referral, or other community or NGO type organisation. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Wise Choices program is a 10 week Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) based program that will give participants aged 18+ years old, the skills to lead a healthy, meaningful life and improve relationships with themselves and others. The intended outcomes for participants in a low-intensity setting would be increased psychological flexibility, improved intra and interpersonal functioning, increased psychological resilience, greater awareness of emotions and their impact on behaviour, improved emotional regulation and distress tolerance, and the development of strategies to effect meaningful change in relevant domains of functioning.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals aged 18+ years old in this LGA

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Referral Contact

Clint Tierney

Phone: 07 3493 6780

Mobile: 0434 335 207

Fax: 07 3103 4634

clinton.tierney@neaminational.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Youthrive Integrated Therapy Services

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Complex Psychological Therapies

Communities Serviced

All LGAs

Services Offered

Child and Youth Complex Psychological Therapies in primary care are designed for children and young people with, or at risk of complex/severe mental health conditions and are aimed to increase access to evidence-based psychological services to reduce the impact of mental illness. It is recognised that continuity of services by the same practitioner over time improves physical health as well as mental health outcomes. These services will be delivered via telehealth

Eligibility Criteria

Complex Psychological Therapies (CPT) to be delivered in tandem with the Child and Youth Severe and Complex Services. These services are designed to complement MBS Better Access psychology services funded by Medicare, not be in place of these services.

Children and young people from 0 to 25 years of age with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Amy McAlister

Phone: 0433 598 894

Fax: 07 3880 6482

amym@youthrive.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs to refer via refeRHEALTH here

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CiMAS Home Nursing Services

Current Program

Palliative care in RACFs

Communities Serviced

All Communities in LGA

Services Offered

Assessment by palliative care nurse to identify care needs of the resident, formulation of a care plan (including close collaboration with resident's GP), case conferencing, end-stage symptom management (including assistance with syringe pumps), education to RACF staff, and after hours on-call support.

Eligibility Criteria

People living at a Residential Aged Care Facility (RACF) who require palliative care assessment, symptom management and/or assistance with a care plan.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3221 4236

Fax: 3112 42365,

admin@cimas.net.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs and other medical practitioners, registered nurse/s at Residential Aged Care Facility.

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Inland Rail Project - Lives Lived Well

Current Program

NewAccess program developed by Beyond Blue

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach.

Eligibility Criteria

Residents of the Service locations whom are 16+years of age and have been impacted by the Inland Rail Project.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 971 309

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP or allied health referral

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Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Mental Health Services for RACFs

Communities Serviced

All RACFs in this LGA

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach and includes:

  • One (1) x 60 minute initial assessment followed by five (5) x 30 minute sessions over six (6) weeks

This service is specifically tailored for an older persons needs.

Eligibility Criteria

Residents of RACFs with, or at risk of, a mild to moderate mental health condition.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 971 309

Fax: 07 3539 9875

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here. RACF Staff can contact the provider directly.

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Management - Abel Podiatry

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Gatton, Laidley, Esk, Lowood, Fernvale

Services Offered

Type of Service: Podiatry

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or Individual: Individual

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Vickki

Phone: 07 5462 2799

Fax: 07 5462 2899

vickki@ifac.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

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Prevention and Management - AH Diabetes

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Gatton, Toowoomba, Oakey

Services Offered

Type of Service: 6-week 'Healthy Living on a Budget' group program

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or individual: Group

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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aged 18-80 years

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Referral Contact

Celia Innerarity

Phone: 07 4646 2530

Fax: 07 4641 7556

celia@ahdiabetes.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs and allied health professionals - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

Self-referrals also accepted.

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Artius Health

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Shayne Dearling

Phone: 1300 278 487

Fax: 07 3282 9103

WMReferrals@artius.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Non-Residential - EACH

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

Boonah, Esk, Gatton, Goodna, Ipswich, Laidley, Lowood, Springfield Lakes

Services Offered

Alcohol and other drug counselling, case management and relapse prevention services.

Eligibility Criteria

People aged 16 years and older in need of evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment services and their family.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 003 224

Fax: 07 3810 9499

AODQueensland@each.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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EACH

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

These services provide non-clinical care coordination to support the young person, complementary to clinical therapeutic interventions, GPs, paediatricians and psychiatrists.

Eligibility Criteria

Children and young people up to 25 years of age (primarily the 12 - 25 age bracket) with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 003 224

Fax: 07 3282 7215

CYMHCC@each.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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HealthWISE

Current Program

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate mental health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with or at risk of a mental health condition.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1800 931 540

Fax: 1300 452 059

mentalhealth@healthwise.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self-referral, GPs or through any relevant service providers. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Prevention and Management - Healthy Lifestyles Australia

Current Program

Chronic Conditions

Communities Serviced

Gatton, Laidley, Plainland

Services Offered

Type of Service: Dietetics, exercise physiology and diabetes education

Chronic Condition: All in scope

Group or Individual: Group and individual

Eligibility Criteria

Patients must have exhausted all other funding options prior to using Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN Chronic Conditions Program funding. This includes their private health insurance, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Medicare and NDIS funding.

AND

have a diagnosed chronic condition or risk factor, specifically:

• arthritis

• cardiovascular disease

• chronic pain

• diabetes

• obesity

• physical inactivity

• respiratory disease

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3088 2323

Fax: 07 3053 8133

referrals@healthylifestylesaustralia.com

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs - complete the PHN Chronic Conditions Referral Form and send via fax:
Medical Director Version

Best Practice Version

Editable PDF Version

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Kambu Health

Current Program

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Culturally Based Suicide Prevention Services

  • Coordinated case management for follow-up in the high-risk period after an individual is discharged from hospital following a suicide attempt or self-harm.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people who have attempted suicide or those that are at high risk.

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Referral Contact

Mobile: 0458 035 736

Fax: 07 3812 5177

lillian.garrett@kambuhealth.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

Hospitals, GPs or community mental health services.

GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Non-Residential - Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Chinchilla, Dalby, Tara, Kingaroy, Warwick, Stanthorpe, Goondiwindi

Services Offered

Alcohol and other drug counsellors provide non-residential rehabilitation services, including culturally appropriate care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Eligibility Criteria

People aged 12 years and older in need of evidence-based drug and alcohol treatment services and their family.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 727 957

info@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

The NewAccess Program is a free service developed by beyondblue that provides support in the form of a specially trained coach and includes:

  • One (1) x 60 minute initial assessment followed by five (5) x 30 minute sessions over six (6) weeks

Eligibility Criteria

12+ year olds living in this LGA.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 971 309

Fax: 07 3539 9875

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Neami National

Current Program

Health Service Navigator - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Health Service Navigators assist GPs, service providers, consumers and carers to navigate services available under stepped care in our region, and other available support services.

Eligibility Criteria

Available for anyone in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region (this includes patients, carers, family members, GPs and other health professionals).

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 012 710

Fax: 07 3103 4634

navigator@neaminational.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GPs, self-referral, family members or loved ones, and other service providers. GPs to refer via refeRHEALTH here

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Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA, and Boonah in the Scenic Rim.

Services Offered

The Optimal Health Program is an eight-session (over a 6-8 week period) self-development program promoting hope, growth and partnership.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ year olds living in this LGA.

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Referral Contact

Clint Tierney

Phone: 07 3493 6780

Mobile: 0434 335 207

Fax: 07 3103 4634

clinton.tierney@neaminational.org.au

Referral Pathway

GPs or self-referral. GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

The Way Back Support Service

  • One-on-one, non-clinical care and practical support that people can relate to following a suicide attempt.
  • Support is provided for up to three (3) months and targets those at the highest risk through referrals following hospital presentations.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals who have attempted suicide and for other people at high risk of suicide, including those who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 168 839

thewayback@rfq.com.au

Referral Pathway

Hospitals, GPs or community mental health services.

GPs refer patients via refeRHEALTH here.

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Residential - Sunrise Way

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

Residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation based in Toowoomba.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ years old and seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4638 9091

Fax: 07 4638 9109

info@sunriseway.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Culturally Appropriate Services - Sunrise Way

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA.

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation service based in Toowoomba.

Eligibility Criteria

18+ years old and seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4638 9091

Fax: 07 4638 9109

info@sunriseway.com.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP, Aboriginal Health Work or self-referral

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Non-Residential - Ted Noffs Foundation

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Alcohol and other drug counselling services to young people 12 - 25 in the West Moreton region.

Eligibility Criteria

12 - 25 years of age living in the West Moreton Region.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1800 753 300

qldreferrals@noffs.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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Teen Challenge

Current Program

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

This service provides assistance to individuals aged 16 – 45 to locate and access treatment options appropriate to their alcohol and other drug use issue, including residential rehabilitation with the new Life Centre Program. The service also provides a regional outreach service providing assessment and pre-admission support.

Eligibility Criteria

Individuals aged 16 - 45

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 3422 1500

Mobile: 07 3422 1500

Referral Pathway

GP or self-referral

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ITC Program - The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health

Current Program

Aboriginal Health - Integrated Team Care (ITC)

Communities Serviced

Laidley, Ipswich, Goodna, Somerset, Lockyer, Boonah

Services Offered

The Integrated Team Care (ITC) Program aims to increase access to primary health care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The program offers care coordination support for people with a chronic condition, and general support to access health services through outreach workers. For more information, click here.

Eligibility Criteria

Care Coordinator and Supplementary Services:

• Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

• Have a current 715 Health check and GP Management Plan

• Have a referral from GP

• Have a diagnosed chronic condition

Indigenous Outreach Worker:

• Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

• Require assistance to attend a Medical Appointment

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1800 254 354

itc@iuih.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

For Care Coordination, patients need a 715, GPMP or GP referral. For Indigenous Outreach Worker, referrals can be made via self-referral, GP or Aboriginal Health Worker

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Therapy Pro

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Therapies - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA. For the South Burnett LGA, Blackbutt only.

Services Offered

Targeted Psychological Therapies (TPT) provides psychological support to people with a mild to moderate mental health condition.

TYPES OF REFERRALS

Provisional/Urgent - Support (up to three sessions) for clients prior to having a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) if the referral is urgent (contact required within 24-48hrs),
with risk of suicide, or a priority i.e. for young children. IMPORTANT: If the risk is immediate contact the local Acute Care Team, through your Hospital and Health Service.

Better Access Support
– Support for patients to access MBS Better Access psychological sessions (with no gap). Specific eligibility criteria apply. These sessions are funded through MBS item numbers and require a MHTP to accompany this referral). Maximum of 10 sessions (six sessions plus an additional four sessions if required after review).

Supplementary – If after a review, and where clinically appropriate, clients can be referred after they have exhausted all of their 10 MBS Better Access sessions. Limited support of up to five supplementary sessions can be provided.

Eligibility Criteria

People must reside in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region, have a mild to moderate mental health condition, and fall into one of the following targeted demographics which focus on vulnerable cohorts, including:

• children under the age of 12 years;

• people experiencing or at risk of, homelessness;

• people living in rural and remote communities;

• women experiencing perinatal depression;

• people with intellectual disability;

• people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds population groups that are the subject of separate guidance material (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people at risk of suicide and young people); and/or

• people who have attempted suicide, or who are at risk of suicide or self-harm.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 004 414 

Fax: 07 3112 4203

info@therapypro.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs - refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Therapy Pro

Current Program

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - Mental Health Stepped Care

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Child and Youth Complex Psychological Therapies in primary care are designed for children and young people with, or at risk of complex/severe mental health conditions and are aimed to increase access to evidence-based psychological services to reduce the impact of mental illness. It is recognised that continuity of services by the same practitioner over time improves physical health as well as mental health outcomes. These services will be delivered via telehealth.

Eligibility Criteria

Complex Psychological Therapies (CPT) to be delivered in tandem with the Child and Youth Severe and Complex Services. These services are designed to complement MBS Better Access psychology services funded by Medicare, not be in place of these services.

Children and young people from 0 to 25 years of age with, or at risk of, developing mental health conditions who can be appropriately managed in a primary care setting under the care of a GP, paediatrician and/or psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 004 414

Fax: 07 3112 4203

info@therapypro.com.au

Referral Pathway

GPs, psychiatrists or paediatricians. GPs refer via refeRHEALTH here.

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Interpreting Services

Current Program

Multicultural Health

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

This program provides translation services for allied health professionals treating patients from refugee and multicultural backgrounds across our region. The interpreting services are delivered by a nationally accredited interpreting service provider.

Eligibility Criteria

Allied health professionals with clients who are from multicultural backrgounds or refugees.

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Referral Contact

Phone: 07 4615 0900

Referral Pathway

Please fill out the Interpreting for Allied Health Professionals Expression of Interest Form.

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Western Downs

Lifeline Darling Downs & South West

Current Program

Drought Support - Empowering our Communities

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Our PHN has commissioned Lifeline Darling Downs and South West QLD to deliver the Community Connections Program.

The Community Connections Program delivers training to community members to act as gatekeepers, trusted advocates and referrers for drought affected community members and their families. The trusted advocates can:

  • recognise and respond to signs of distress;
  • identify the most appropriate referral point; and
  • assist community members to access required mental health and other relevant supports.

Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 991 443

connect@lifelinedarlingdowns.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

Contact the provider directly.

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Mind Australia

Current Program

Bushfire Support

Communities Serviced

All communities in this LGA

Services Offered

Counselling sessions are available to all individuals, families and emergency workers affected by bushfires with no out of pocket expenses. Counselling support can be delivered either face to face or via telehealth (phone or video consultation).

  • Up to 10 therapy sessions can be accesses.
  • No Mental Health Treatment Plan or GP referral required.
  • You can access the sessions via telehealth if you live in a rural or remote area or if you not able to access services face to face.

The sessions can support you with coping strategies, advice on distress interventions, social supports, counselling and family based psychological interventions.

Eligibility Criteria

Anyone affected by bushfires in the Darling Downs and West Moreton region

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Referral Contact

Phone: 1300 286 463

Referral Pathway

Individuals can self-refer by contacting the provider directly

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