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The Mental Health Line is a single number, state-wide 24 hour mental health telephone access service. Anyone with a mental health issue can use the Mental Health Line to speak with a mental health professional and be directed to the right care for them. Carers, other health professionals and emergency workers can also use the Mental Health Line for advice about a person’s clinical symptoms, the urgency of the need for care and local treatment options.
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) is a Hunter region provider for mental health services for identified young people (0-17 years) in the public sector. The service provides assessment and treatment of children and their families where a child is exhibiting, is suspected of having, or is at risk of developing emotional and psychological problems.
CAMHS provides a range of specialist mental health services in both community and inpatient settings across Hunter New England to infants, children, young people, their families and carers with a view to optimising mental health outcomes.
In addition, CAMHS provides a range of prevention, promotion and early intervention activities that aim to increase awareness of mental health issues for children and young people. CAMHS also aims to improve early detection and intervention in the development of mental illness and to actively promote mental health and wellbeing.
Wiyiliin Ta provides assessments of emotional wellbeing issues for children and adolescents from an Aboriginal background. Staff work in close partnership with Awabakal Medical Centre.
Our recovery-focused supports
Explore our range of NDIS support services that help participants live life as independently and proactively as possible.
Get the assistance you or your participant needs from a reliable, like-minded support worker.
Whether you want to participate in a sport, visit a hydrotherapy pool, go to a gaming group, or complete a TAFE course, we help our participants get out there, have fun and hit goals!
Coordination of supports
Make the best use of your funding with the help of one of our Coordinator of Supports (COS).
As a provider since the rollout of the NDIS, we have deep connections with local support services, government departments and local businesses, ensuring your NDIS journey is efficiently moving in the direction of your goals.
Specialist support coordination
Helping participants with higher support needs overcome barriers and access the right support.
Does a participant or loved one have specific environmental or behavioural challenges and require a higher level of support? Our Specialist Support Coordinators can connect them with supports within a specialised support framework and build capacity.
Supported independent living
Consistent supervision and skill building in a shared Hunter Care Group-owned home.
SIL involves shared supports with other housemates. A roster of care is developed in the beginning to identify the supports each participant needs throughout the week.
Psychosocial recovery coach
Strengths-based support helping NDIS participants with a psychosocial disability manage life’s challenges.
Psychosocial disabilities can make living life as you want very difficult. But living more freely is possible with the help of our qualified and mental health experienced psychosocial recovery coaches.