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Map of commissioned services - Mental Health

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

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South Burnett Region

Burnett Allied Care

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services – Resilience and Health Group Program

Communities Serviced

Kingaroy and Murgon

Eligibility Criteria

Resident to the area meeting Group Criteria as outlined below:

• Year 11 & 12 Students
• Parents of children with high needs
• General Community

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Referral Contact

Email burnettalliedcare@gmail.com or phone 0458 525 787

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

http://www.burnettalliedcare.com.a...

Artius

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services – Feeling Better Program (telephone support)

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, South Burnett Region, Western Downs Region, Toowoomba Region, Southern Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Resident to the area, aged 16 and over. Referral via self-referral

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Referral Contact

Call 1800 986 886

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

www.artius.com.au/ddwm-low-int...

Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, Goondiwindi Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Somerset Region, South Burnett Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.beyondblue.org.au/...

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

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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

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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

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

Rural and Remote Mental Health

Current Program

Suicide Prevention

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi, South Burnett and Western Downs

Services Offered

Provide the Region with the support guidance and resources needed to develop a coordinated approach that will promote mental health, reduce mental illness and stigma, prevent suicide and improve post suicide procedures. The approach is strength based and unique to each community, yet regionally consistent and coordinated.

Eligibility Criteria

All members of the community are eligible.

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Referral Contact

1300 515 951 or 0400 104 332

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

www.rrmh.com.au

Western Downs Region

Artius

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services – Feeling Better Program (telephone support)

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, South Burnett Region, Western Downs Region, Toowoomba Region, Southern Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Resident to the area, aged 16 and over. Referral via self-referral

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Referral Contact

Call 1800 986 886

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

www.artius.com.au/ddwm-low-int...

Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, Goondiwindi Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Somerset Region, South Burnett Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

https://www.beyondblue.org.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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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

Quality Life Psychological Services

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression 
  • Perinatal Depression 
  • Child Mental Health 
  • Suicide Prevention

Communities Serviced

Dalby

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 4529 2444

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

Quality Life Psychological Services

Current Program

MHSRRA
  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression 
  • Suicide Prevention

Communities Serviced

Chinchilla

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

07 4529 2444

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

Rural and Remote Mental Health

Current Program

Suicide Prevention

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi, South Burnett and Western Downs

Services Offered

Provide the Region with the support guidance and resources needed to develop a coordinated approach that will promote mental health, reduce mental illness and stigma, prevent suicide and improve post suicide procedures. The approach is strength based and unique to each community, yet regionally consistent and coordinated.

Eligibility Criteria

All members of the community are eligible.

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Referral Contact

1300 515 951 or 0400 104 332

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

www.rrmh.com.au

Somerset Region

Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - Optimal Health Program (Group and Individual sessions)

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region,

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Fiona Terry OHP Facilitator on 33757333 or 0434335207 or by email fiona.terry@neaminational.org.au

Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, Goondiwindi Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Somerset Region, South Burnett Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

https://www.beyondblue.org.au/...

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

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/

Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland (MIFQ)

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba Region, Ipswich Region, Boonah Area

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Phone 1300 971 309 or email newaccess@mifq.org.au

Referral Pathway

Self-referral via 1300 971 309 or email newaccess@mifq.org.au

Artius

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services – Feeling Better Program (telephone support)

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, South Burnett Region, Western Downs Region, Toowoomba Region, Southern Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Resident to the area, aged 16 and over. Referral via self-referral

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Referral Contact

Call 1800 986 886

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

www.artius.com.au/ddwm-low-int...

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

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Lifeline Darling Downs and South West

Current Program

Creative Coping Group therapy (Modified version of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy)

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba Region

Services Offered

Group therapy to support people with moderate to severe mental health illness

Eligibility Criteria

People with Moderate to severe mental health illness who have tried lowe intensity level of intervention such as mild-moderate mental health services, and who are underservice through other arrangements such as MBS.  Participants should have a primary or secondary diagnosis of borderline personality disorder, depression, easiting disorder o post-traumatic stress disorder. The 20 week intensive group is also suitable for people who demonstrate difficulty managing distress, regulating their emotions, or have interpersonal realthiship difficulties.

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Referral Contact

Referral via GP, psychaitrist or other specialist. Referrals can be made by calling 1300 991 443.

Website

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Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - New Sensations Program (Sensory Modulation Workshop and Individual sessions)

Communities Serviced

Ipswich and Toowoomba

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Ipswich: Sameera Suleman, Occupational Therapist via newsensations@rfq.com.au or 0427 0136 82 | Toowoomba: Megan Batts, Occupational Therapist via newsensations@rfq.com.au or 0477 330 068

Website

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Referral Pathway

Referral via self-referral form or GP. http://www.rfq.com.au/workshop...

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

Headspace Toowoomba

Current Program

Headspace

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

headspace Toowoomba offers early intervention services to young people aged 12 to 25 in one youth friendly location. Our  services includes mental, physical and sexual health, drug and alcohol support, vocational and educational assistance as well as Community engagement activities. You do not need a formal referral to get in touch.

Eligibility Criteria

Young people can access the service who may experiencing the following: 
  • are feeling down, stressed or can't stop worrying;
  • haven't felt like yourself for a long time;
  • can't deal with school or finding it difficult to concentrate;
  • are feeling sick or worried about their health;
  • want to cut down on your drinking or drug use;
  • want to talk about sexuality, identity or relationships;
  • are having difficulties with friendships;
  • have sexual health issues or want to find out about contraception;
  • are being bullied, hurt or harassed;
  • are worried about work, study or finances; or
  • are having trouble at home.

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Referral Contact

07 4639 9000

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

headspace.toowoomba@unitedsynergies.com.au

Health Journeys Australia

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Suicide Prevention 
  • Perinatal Depression

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 4639 2486

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

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

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

Lumsden Psychology

Current Program

PFAS

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba, Oakey and Kingsthorpe

Services Offered

Services are to deliver specialised mental health psychological and counselling services.

Eligibility Criteria

People who have been adversely affected by PFAS exposure who live or work, or have lived or worked, in the Oakey PFAS investigation area.

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Referral Contact

0427 647 847

Referral Pathway

Self referral or General Practitioner

Maree Keating

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Perinatal Depression 
  • Extreme Climatic Events

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

0435 173 882

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

Mindware Psychology

Current Program

ATAPS
• Child 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 4646 4953

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

Quality Life Psychological Services

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Child Mental Health 
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Perinatal Depression

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 4529 2444

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

Therese Landers

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Suicide Prevention
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Child 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 4637 9989

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

TOMNET

Current Program

Suicide Prevention

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba

Services Offered

Reduce the risk of suicide for older men in Toowoomba and surrounds through targeted prevention and intervention including crises intervention and referral.

Eligibility Criteria

Community based suicide program targeting older men over 50 years of age who are at risk of self harm, suicide, depression, social isolation and loneliness.

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Referral Contact

07 4638 9080

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

Victoria Barclay-Timmis

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Suicide Prevention

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

Wiltshire Health Centre

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Child 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 4613 5018

Referral Pathway

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

Lockyer Valley Region

Open Minds

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Lockyer Valley Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Clint Tierney via 07 3280 5777 or 0437 901 472

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Referral via self-referral or referral from GP

Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - Optimal Health Program (Group and Individual sessions)

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region,

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Fiona Terry OHP Facilitator on 33757333 or 0434335207 or by email fiona.terry@neaminational.org.au

Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, Goondiwindi Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Somerset Region, South Burnett Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.beyondblue.org.au/...

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

Ipswich Region

Open Minds

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Lockyer Valley Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Clint Tierney via 07 3280 5777 or 0437 901 472

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Referral via self-referral or referral from GP

Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland (MIFQ)

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba Region, Ipswich Region, Boonah Area

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Phone 1300 971 309 or email newaccess@mifq.org.au

Referral Pathway

Self-referral via 1300 971 309 or email newaccess@mifq.org.au

Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - Optimal Health Program (Group and Individual sessions)

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region,

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Fiona Terry OHP Facilitator on 33757333 or 0434335207 or by email fiona.terry@neaminational.org.au

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.

Open Minds

Current Program

After Hours

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

Outreach Mental Health Services

Eligibility Criteria

Mental Health Program assisting Individuals who require active support in dealing with an urgent after hours situational crisis.

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Referral Contact

Clint Tierney, Team Leader: Mobile 0437 901 472

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Self, QAS, APS, NGOs, GP

Richmond Fellowship Queensland

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - New Sensations Program (Sensory Modulation Workshop and Individual sessions)

Communities Serviced

Ipswich and Toowoomba

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Ipswich: Sameera Suleman, Occupational Therapist via newsensations@rfq.com.au or 0427 0136 82 | Toowoomba: Megan Batts, Occupational Therapist via newsensations@rfq.com.au or 0477 330 068

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Referral via self-referral form or GP. http://www.rfq.com.au/workshop...

Headspace Ipswich

Current Program

Headspace

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

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

Eligibility Criteria

Young people can access the service who may experiencing the following: 
  • are feeling down, stressed or can't stop worrying;
  • haven't felt like yourself for a long time;
  • can't deal with school or finding it difficult to concentrate;
  • are feeling sick or worried about their health;
  • want to cut down on your drinking or drug use;
  • want to talk about sexuality, identity or relationships;
  • are having difficulties with friendships;
  • have sexual health issues or want to find out about contraception;
  • are being bullied, hurt or harassed;
  • are worried about work, study or finances; or
  • are having trouble at home.

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Referral Contact

07 3280 7900

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

headspace.ipswich@aftercare.com.au

Artius

Current Program

ATAPS

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

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

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

Brisbane Street Medical Services

Current Program

MHNIP

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

Mental health nurses work with psychiatrists and general practitioners to coordinate clinical care for people with severe mental disorders.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligible Patients are as defined in the MHNIP Guidelines (www.health.gov.au) and as determined by a General Practitioner of medicine or a psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

07 3282 7293

Grange Road Medical

Current Program

MHNIP

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

Mental health nurses work with psychiatrists and general practitioners to coordinate clinical care for people with severe mental disorders.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligible Patients are as defined in the MHNIP Guidelines (www.health.gov.au) and as determined by a General Practitioner of medicine or a psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

07 3281 9133

Website

Click to visit site

Health Matters Karalee

Current Program

MHNIP

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

Mental health nurses work with psychiatrists and general practitioners to coordinate clinical care for people with severe mental disorders.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligible Patients are as defined in the MHNIP Guidelines (www.health.gov.au) and as determined by a General Practitioner of medicine or a psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

07 3812 3133

Website

Click to visit site

Mi-Mind Trust

Current Program

MHNIP

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

Services Offered

Mental health nurses work with psychiatrists and general practitioners to coordinate clinical care for people with severe mental disorders.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligible Patients are as defined in the MHNIP Guidelines (www.health.gov.au) and as determined by a General Practitioner of medicine or a psychiatrist.

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Referral Contact

07 4613 0922

Website

Click to visit site

UQ Health Care Limited

Current Program

ATAPS 

  • Child Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Ipswich

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 3346 1731

Website

Click to visit site

Scenic Rim Region

Mental Illness Fellowship Queensland (MIFQ)

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Toowoomba Region, Ipswich Region, Boonah Area

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Phone 1300 971 309 or email newaccess@mifq.org.au

Referral Pathway

Self-referral via 1300 971 309 or email newaccess@mifq.org.au

Neami National

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - Optimal Health Program (Group and Individual sessions)

Communities Serviced

Ipswich Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Boonah Area, Somerset Region,

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

Fiona Terry OHP Facilitator on 33757333 or 0434335207 or by email fiona.terry@neaminational.org.au

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

Southern Downs Region

Community Development Services

Current Program

Counselling Services

Communities Serviced

Stanthorpe

Eligibility Criteria

  • Resident to the area
  • Unable to access services through MBS or private funds in the first instance
  • referral from a GP

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Referral Contact

Anna Walker, Manager, Community Development Services via phone on 07 4681 3777

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

Please contact Anna Walker, Manager, Community Development Services  via phone on 07 4681 3777

Mallow Wellbeing

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services – Mindfulness Meditation

Communities Serviced

Stanthorpe

Eligibility Criteria

Resident to the area, aged between 18 and over.
Self-referral via referral form or via completion from GP or Allied Health Practitioner.
**Some exclusions do apply – not suited for those with moderate or severe mental health illness.

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Referral Contact

Helen Ferrier via email wellbeing@mallow.net.au or phone 0401 557 338

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

http://www.mallow.net.au

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/

Artius

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services – Feeling Better Program (telephone support)

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, South Burnett Region, Western Downs Region, Toowoomba Region, Southern Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Resident to the area, aged 16 and over. Referral via self-referral

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Referral Contact

Call 1800 986 886

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

www.artius.com.au/ddwm-low-int...

Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, Goondiwindi Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Somerset Region, South Burnett Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

https://www.beyondblue.org.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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Condamine Assist

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child 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 4667 0171

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

Gillian Bensley

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Child Mental Health

Communities Serviced

Allora, Clifton

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 618 211

Referral Pathway

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

Headspace Warwick

Current Program

Headspace

Communities Serviced

Warwick

Services Offered

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

Eligibility Criteria

Young people can access the service who may experiencing the following: 
  • are feeling down, stressed or can't stop worrying;
  • haven't felt like yourself for a long time;
  • can't deal with school or finding it difficult to concentrate;
  • are feeling sick or worried about their health;
  • want to cut down on your drinking or drug use;
  • want to talk about sexuality, identity or relationships;
  • are having difficulties with friendships;
  • have sexual health issues or want to find out about contraception;
  • are being bullied, hurt or harassed;
  • are worried about work, study or finances; or
  • are having trouble at home.

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Referral Contact

07 4661 1999

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

headspace@rhealth.com.au

Janet Gudkovs

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events
  • Perinatal Depression

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

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

Searle Psychology and Mediation

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events

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

0429 841 337

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

The Psychology Group

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Extreme Climatic Events

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

Goondiwindi Region

Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, Goondiwindi Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Somerset Region, South Burnett Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

https://www.beyondblue.org.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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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

Le Roux Psychology Services

Current Program

ATAPS

  • Mild to Moderate Anxiety and Depression
  • Perinatal Depression
  • Child Mental Health
  • Extreme Climatic Events

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi

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 4671 1360

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

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

Rural and Remote Mental Health

Current Program

Suicide Prevention

Communities Serviced

Goondiwindi, South Burnett and Western Downs

Services Offered

Provide the Region with the support guidance and resources needed to develop a coordinated approach that will promote mental health, reduce mental illness and stigma, prevent suicide and improve post suicide procedures. The approach is strength based and unique to each community, yet regionally consistent and coordinated.

Eligibility Criteria

All members of the community are eligible.

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Referral Contact

1300 515 951 or 0400 104 332

Website

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Referral Pathway

www.rrmh.com.au

Cherbourg Region

Artius

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services – Feeling Better Program (telephone support)

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, South Burnett Region, Western Downs Region, Toowoomba Region, Southern Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

Resident to the area, aged 16 and over. Referral via self-referral

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Referral Contact

Call 1800 986 886

Website

Click to visit site

Referral Pathway

www.artius.com.au/ddwm-low-int...

Lives Lived Well

Current Program

Low Intensity Mental Health Services - beyondblue NewAccess Program

Communities Serviced

Cherbourg Region, Goondiwindi Region, Lockyer Valley Region, Somerset Region, South Burnett Region, Southern Downs Region, Western Downs Region

Eligibility Criteria

The individual must be a resident of the region where the service is provided and must be aged 18 and over.

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Referral Contact

newaccess@liveslivedwell.org.au

Website

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Referral Pathway

https://www.beyondblue.org.au/...

Boonah Area

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