In an emergency call 000 or visit your local emergency department
There are many resources out there for immediate help for mental health concerns.
This line is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You will be able to speak with a clinician who can provide recommendations about how to manage the situation or put you in contact with the appropriate mental health team.
This service consists of a team of mental health clinicians who provide specialist mental health intervention to children and young people with severe and complex mental health problems and their families.
0477 13 11 14 (text service)
eHeadpace– A service for youth aged 12 to 25 years to talk 1-on-1 with an eheadspace clinician via an online chat, email or over the phone
A free service for people who are suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal, bereaved by suicide or are health professionals supporting people affected by suicide. There is the option of online chatting, video call or phone counselling.
1800 737 732 – Sexual assault, family and domestic violence Line
At Nala Hub, we are committed to providing a safe and supportive space for children, young people who attend our practice. Amongst the children and young people who attend the clinic, some may come from separated families. Conflict and communication breakdown within families can limit collaboration with health care providers and this unfortunately can negatively impact treatment outcomes.
The following guidelines have been developed to ensure that separated parents and families have clear expectations of our policy around managing communication and attending of appointments, sharing of information and protection of a child’s right to receive psychological care.
Our administration and clinical team will do their very best to accommodate your family circumstances. We ask that you provide us with information about your family situation during the intake process so that we can provide the best care for your children and family from our first meeting.