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Mental health and wellbeing services

 Brisbane, Gold Coast, Fraser Coast

Whatever your age or specific concern, we have a mental health program to help. Inclusive, recovery oriented clinical and non-clinical services for children and adults in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Fraser Coast.

Child and youth

Mental health services for children up to the age of 25, and their families. Whether it be general mental health, personal issues or addiction, we can help. 

Ultraviolet Expressions Program

Peer-led psychosocial support groups for LGBTIQAP+ young people aged 12 to 25 across the Gold Coast. Are you questioning your sexuality or gender identity? Are you looking to meet other young people?

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Supporting Minds

Up to 3 months moderate-intensity mental health support for people in the Gold Coast who are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms. We have programs for adults aged 16-65 and people who identify as LGBTIQ+ aged 12 to 65.

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Wesley Kids

One-on-one counselling, family therapy, group programs, school workshops and more for children up to 12 years of age, and families. Brisbane and Gold Coast.

headspace

Support and guidance to people aged 12 - 25 years experiencing mental health concerns, personal issues or addiction. Brisbane South and Fraser Coast.

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Suicide prevention

Evidence-based suicide prevention initiatives to help reduce the risk of suicide, by working with and empowering individuals as well as the local communities in which they live.

Suicide Prevention Community Support

A 6 week flexible program supporting individuals who may be experiencing situational distress. Northern Gold Coast.

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Crossing Paths Carer Support Program

Providing personalised support for carers of loved ones who are suicidal. Gold Coast.

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The Way Back Support Service

Practical support to those who have attempted suicide or had a suicidal crisis. Gold Coast and Brisbane South.

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Community mental health and wellbeing

A wide range of clinical and non-clinical services across Brisbane South, the Gold Coast and Fraser Coast to support your mental health.

Ultraviolet Expressions Program

Peer-led psychosocial support groups for LGBTIQAP+ young people aged 12 to 25 across the Gold Coast. Are you questioning your sexuality or gender identity? Are you looking to meet other young people?

Photo by Alex Lvrs - Hand gently holding a violet flower

Supporting Minds

Up to 3 months moderate-intensity mental health support for people in the Gold Coast who are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms. We have programs for adults aged 16-65 and people who identify as LGBTIQ+ aged 12 to 65.

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Brisbane North Safe Space Network

A community-based movement that provides alternative options for people experiencing emotional distress and vulnerability, away from hospital emergency departments.

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Allied health for mental health

Psychology and other allied health for those with or at risk of mental health issues. Individual therapy, counselling and group psycho-education. Brisbane.

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Mental Health Community Support

Individual and group support programs for those with severe and/or persistent mental illness. Gold Coast region.

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Wellbeing Mental Health Service

Free, short-term therapeutic support in line with individual goals. Brisbane South region.

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Psychological Therapies Program

Treatment for people who experience mild to moderate mental illness with barriers to accessing mainstream treatment. Brisbane South.

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Inclusive, recovery oriented mental health services

Our services recognise the importance of family, friends and community in helping people live rich, meaningful lives.  Contact us on 1800 448 448 or complete this form.

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