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Map of commissioned services - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

The Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN has commissioned Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander service providers to provide Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander services across the region. Click on an area of the map below to see services and providers for that region.

Stanthorpe Goondiwindi Warwick Boonah Millmerran Ipswich Gatton Toowoomba Oakey Esk Crows Nest Dalby Tara Chinchilla Miles Kingaroy SOUTHERNDOWNSREGION GOONDIWINDIREGION SCENICRIMREGION TOOWOOMBAREGION LOCKYERVALLEYREGION IPSWICHREGION SOMERSETREGION WESTERNDOWNS REGION SOUTHBURNETT REGION CHERBOURGABORIGINAL SHIRE

South Burnett Region

HealthWISE

Current Program

Indigenous Mental Health -Targeted Psychological Intervention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region, South Burnett (including Cherbourg) Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous people residing in the area, with a mild to moderate mental illness. Self-referral, referral through Aboriginal Health Worker, Allied Health Practitioner or via General Practitioner.

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Referral Contact

Phone HealthWISE Toll Free: 1800 931 540 or email mentalhealth@healthwisenenw.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Fax Referral Form to HealthWISE Coordinated Referral Network: 1300 452 059 or via Medical Objects.

Beverley McDonald

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Kingaroy

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4612 5957

Website

Click to visit site

Lainie Nicholson

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Kingaroy, Murgon, Blackbutt

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

0411 024 834

Website

Click to visit site

Mark Duffy

Current Program

ATAPS - Credentialed Mental Health Nurse

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Kingaroy, Murgon, Nanango

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

0488 007 585

Mylne Street Mental Health

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Blackbutt

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 8464

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Nadine Hinchcliff Therapy Services

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Kingaroy, Nanango

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

0448 483 079

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Kingaroy and Lowood

Services Offered

Non-residential (day stay) rehabilitation program for the treatment of alcohol and other drug addiction for four consecutive days every six weeks.

Eligibility Criteria

Be 16 years of age and over affected by substance abuse.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Western Downs Region

Goolburri Aboriginal Health

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Intervention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous residents to the area, aged 18 and over. Referral through Aboriginal Health Worker or via GP

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Goondir

Current Program

Integrated Team Care (ITC)

Communities Serviced

All communities in Western Downs Region

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with

  • diabetes, 
  • chronic respiratory disease, 
  • chronic renal disease and 
  • cancer 

in meeting the requirements of their treatment

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/upl...

Barry Sheehan

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Jandowae

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

0417 752 768

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Somerset Region

HealthWISE

Current Program

Indigenous Mental Health -Targeted Psychological Intervention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region, South Burnett (including Cherbourg) Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous people residing in the area, with a mild to moderate mental illness. Self-referral, referral through Aboriginal Health Worker, Allied Health Practitioner or via General Practitioner.

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Referral Contact

Phone HealthWISE Toll Free: 1800 931 540 or email mentalhealth@healthwisenenw.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Fax Referral Form to HealthWISE Coordinated Referral Network: 1300 452 059 or via Medical Objects.

Artius

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Child Mental Health
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Communities in the Scenic Rim and Somerset Region

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

1300 278 487

Website

Click to visit site

The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health

Current Program

ITC - Kambu

Communities Serviced

Laidley, Ipswich, Goodna, Somerset, Lockyer and Pt Boonah

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, chronic renal disease and cancer in meeting the requirements of their treatment.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/uploads/publications/Referral-Forms/PHN-1707026-ITC-Referral-Form_CCSS.rtf

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Kingaroy and Lowood

Services Offered

Non-residential (day stay) rehabilitation program for the treatment of alcohol and other drug addiction for four consecutive days every six weeks.

Eligibility Criteria

Be 16 years of age and over affected by substance abuse.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Toowoomba Region

Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - Strong Mind, Strong Spirit (Social and Emotional Mental Health Support)

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba and Warwick

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous residents to the area, aged 18 and over. Referral through Aboriginal Health Worker or via GP

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Referral Contact

1300 379 558

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

http://www.carbal.com.au/

Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous residents to the area, aged 18 and over. Referral through Aboriginal Health Worker or via GP

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Referral Contact

Call 1300 379 558

Website

Click to visit site

Alexandra Bryant

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Perinatal Depression 
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 4784

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Drug and alcohol 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.

Specific services include -

  • early and brief intervention; 
  • withdrawal management; 
  • culturally appropriate psychotherapy; 
  • case management; 
  • crisis and relapse prevention; 
  • individual and group therapeutic and cultural activities; 
  • discharge planning and aftercare; and
  • referral pathways to relevant service providers.


Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island 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

07 4639 7400

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Integrated Team Care (ITC)

Communities Serviced

All communities across the Toowoomba Regional Council Area and the Southern Downs Regional Council Area.

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, chronic renal disease and cancer in meeting the requirements of their treatment.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/uploads/publications/Referral-Forms/PHN-1707026-ITC-Referral-Form_CCSS.rtf

Goolburri Aboriginal Health

Current Program

Community Care Coordinator

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Community Care Coordinator to deliver perinatal and postnatal care within the Region.

Eligibility Criteria

This service will be provided to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women pregnant with or with small children referred by the Service Provider staff.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 8607

Health on Herries

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Perinatal Depression 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 5585

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Illuminable Minds

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

0459 606 717

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

John Henry Psychologist

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention 
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Communities Serviced

Highfields and Millmerran

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4613 1488

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Kent Smith

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Suicide Prevention 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4632 5472

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Mylne Street Mental Health

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 8464

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

George Petroff

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Perinatal Depression 
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 1428

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Lockyer Valley Region

Artius

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Child Mental Health
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Lockyer Valley

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

1300 278 487

Website

Click to visit site

The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health

Current Program

ITC - Kambu

Communities Serviced

Laidley, Ipswich, Goodna, Somerset, Lockyer and Pt Boonah

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, chronic renal disease and cancer in meeting the requirements of their treatment.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/uploads/publications/Referral-Forms/PHN-1707026-ITC-Referral-Form_CCSS.rtf

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Ipswich Region

HealthWISE

Current Program

Indigenous Mental Health -Targeted Psychological Intervention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region, South Burnett (including Cherbourg) Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous people residing in the area, with a mild to moderate mental illness. Self-referral, referral through Aboriginal Health Worker, Allied Health Practitioner or via General Practitioner.

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Referral Contact

Phone HealthWISE Toll Free: 1800 931 540 or email mentalhealth@healthwisenenw.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Fax Referral Form to HealthWISE Coordinated Referral Network: 1300 452 059 or via Medical Objects.

The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health

Current Program

ITC - Kambu

Communities Serviced

Laidley, Ipswich, Goodna, Somerset, Lockyer and Pt Boonah

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, chronic renal disease and cancer in meeting the requirements of their treatment.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/uploads/publications/Referral-Forms/PHN-1707026-ITC-Referral-Form_CCSS.rtf

Kambu Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for Health

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

An addiction specialist and social health worker provide assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are affected by drug and alcohol use.

Specific services include -

  • Withdrawal support;
  • Transport;
  • Counselling;
  • Case management;
  • Family based intervention;
  • Relapse prevention and support; and
  • Referral pathways to relevant service providers.

Eligibility Criteria

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people who are affected by substance abuse and living in the West Moreton region.

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Referral Contact

07 3810 3000

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Scenic Rim Region

HealthWISE

Current Program

Indigenous Mental Health -Targeted Psychological Intervention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region, South Burnett (including Cherbourg) Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous people residing in the area, with a mild to moderate mental illness. Self-referral, referral through Aboriginal Health Worker, Allied Health Practitioner or via General Practitioner.

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Referral Contact

Phone HealthWISE Toll Free: 1800 931 540 or email mentalhealth@healthwisenenw.com.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Fax Referral Form to HealthWISE Coordinated Referral Network: 1300 452 059 or via Medical Objects.

Artius

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Child Mental Health
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Communities in the Scenic Rim and Somerset Region

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

1300 278 487

Website

Click to visit site

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Southern Downs Region

Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - Strong Mind, Strong Spirit (Social and Emotional Mental Health Support)

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba and Warwick

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous residents to the area, aged 18 and over. Referral through Aboriginal Health Worker or via GP

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Referral Contact

1300 379 558

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

http://www.carbal.com.au/

Goolburri Aboriginal Health

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Intervention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous residents to the area, aged 18 and over. Referral through Aboriginal Health Worker or via GP

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Carbal Medical Services

Current Program

Integrated Team Care (ITC)

Communities Serviced

All communities across the Toowoomba Regional Council Area and the Southern Downs Regional Council Area.

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, chronic renal disease and cancer in meeting the requirements of their treatment.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/uploads/publications/Referral-Forms/PHN-1707026-ITC-Referral-Form_CCSS.rtf

Dr Richard Goddard

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Stanthorpe

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4681 1023

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Mark Cary

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Warwick

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

07 4661 3340

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Noel Ryan Psychologist

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Warwick, Killarney

Services Offered

Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) provides access to fully funded psychological support for eligible people. People are able to access up to 12 one-on-one (or up to 18 in exceptional circumstances) following a mental health review by the referring GP.

Eligibility Criteria

All ATAPS services are to be targeted to give priority to population groups who have difficulty accessing mental health treatment in the primary care sector: 

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are financially disadvantaged;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are/at risk of homelessness; 
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicidal ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event; or 
  • People affected by forced adoption.

GP's refer individuals with a diagnosed mental illness to an allied health provider.

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Referral Contact

0407 762 906

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Goondiwindi Region

Goolburri Aboriginal Health

Current Program

Targeted Psychological Intervention for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Indigenous residents to the area, aged 18 and over. Referral through Aboriginal Health Worker or via GP

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Indigicare

Current Program

Gaba Healing (pronounced "Gubba" meaning "good" in Kamilaroi language)

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi, Inglewood and Texas

Eligibility Criteria

Clients may be self-referred or be referred to our service via their GP, or any service that they may be dealing with e.g. NGO, government agency or friend/family member. (Goolburri Health Service; Community Justice program have already made contact)

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Referral Contact

Glenda Duncan - Indigicare Connect - 0407 900 823 or indigicare@bigpond.com OR Rural Sky - Katherine Johnstone or Suzie Collins via phone 0475 391 260 or email referral@ruralsky.com.au

Referral Pathway

Clients may present in person at the Indigicare office, Waggamba Square, Lagoon Street, Goondiwindi or phone the Indigicare office on 0407 900 823.

Clients may also make contact directly with their Rural Sky preferred practitioner, Katherine Johnstone or Suzie Collins.

Gillian Bensley

Current Program

MHSRRA
  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Inglewood, Texas

Services Offered

The Mental Health Services in Rural and Remote Areas (MHSRRA) program aims to improve the mental health of people with a mild to moderate diagnosable mental illness, who live in rural and remote areas, by providing greater access to mental health services.

Eligibility Criteria

The MHSRRA services population groups in rural areas eligible criteria;

  • People who are not able to access Medicare funded mental health services; 
  • People who are less able to pay fees;
  • People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities;
  • People who are homelessness or at risk of homelessness;
  • People in rural and remote locations;
  • People who have self harmed, attempted suicide or have suicide ideation;
  • People who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander;
  • Children (under 12) and their families;
  • Women with perinatal depression;
  • People affected by an extreme climatic event;
  • People affected by forced adoption.

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Referral Contact

0417 618 211

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/referral-forms

Indigicare

Current Program

ITC

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi, Inglewood, Texas

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, chronic renal disease and cancer in meeting the requirements of their treatment.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Referral Contact

0407 900 823

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/uploads/publications/Referral-Forms/PHN-1707026-ITC-Referral-Form_CCSS.rtf

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Cherbourg Region

Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services LTD (CRAICCHS)

Current Program

ITC

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg

Services Offered

Care Coordinator is to assist Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people diagnosed with diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, chronic renal disease and cancer in meeting the requirements of their treatment.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible clients must:

  • Identify they Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and they have a Chronic Disease;
  • 715 Health Assessment;
  • Current GP Management Plan; 
  • Review every 12 months; and
  • Referred on to Care Coordinator in local area.

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Referral Contact

07 4169 8600

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.ddwmphn.com.au/uploads/publications/Referral-Forms/PHN-1707026-ITC-Referral-Form_CCSS.rtf

Sunrise Way

Current Program

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

Communities Serviced

Whole of region

Services Offered

Culturally appropriate drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation based in Toowoomba. 

Eligibility Criteria

18 years or older seeking residential based rehabilitation support. Please contact provider for further eligibility criteria. 

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9091

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self referral, GP, Aboriginal Health Worker

Boonah Area

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