Barkley Mental Health Team – Child and Youth Service

Mental Health Services

Barkley Mental Health Team – Child and Youth Service
Region
Tennant Creek
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Barkly Mental Health Team
Organisation Name
Region
Tennant Creek
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

The Barkly Mental Health Team provides services in Tennant Creek and the Barkly region. It is the Team’s priority to support people who need assistance with mental health issues.

Organisation Name
Region
Central Australia, Tennant Creek
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

Learn more about anxiety, depression and suicide prevention, or talk through your concerns with our Support Service. Our trained mental health professionals will listen, provide information and advice, and point you in the right direction so you can seek further support.

Catholiccare
Organisation Name
Region
Tennant Creek
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

• Youth Diversion Program
• Youth Outreach
• Tenancy Support Program
• Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMS)
• Partners In Recovery (PIR)
• Taking Action to Tackle Suicide
• Men and Family Relationships
• Financial Wellbeing and Capability
• Specialised Family Violence Counselling
• Children, Families and Individual Counselling
• Intensive Family Preservation Program
• Children and Parenting Support

Catholiccare
Organisation Name
Region
Central Australia
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

• Specialised Family Violence Counselling
• Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMS)
• Men and Family Relationships
• Marriage Education – Foccus
• Family Relationships Education & Skills Training – Groupwork
• Counselling Catholic School Students Ltyentye Apurte Catholic Education Centre in Santa Teresa
• Counselling – Family & Relationship counselling
• Children’s Contact Services
• Alcohol and Other Drugs – Kids in Focus
• Aged Care Advocacy
• No More Violence campaign

Address
PO Box 1821,
Alice Springs NT 0871
Child and Youth Mental Health Team
Region
Central Australia
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

Provides assistance, support and advice to anyone under the age of 18 years on a range of issues affecting their mental wellbeing.

Address
PO Box 721
Alice Springs NT 0871
eheadspace
Organisation Name
Region
Central Australia, Tennant Creek
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

eheadspace is a confidential, free and secure space where young people 12 – 25 or their family can chat, email or speak on the phone with a qualified youth mental health professional

Headspace Alice Springs
Organisation Name
Region
Central Australia
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

Alice Springs headspace provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL services to young people 12-25 years old. Headspace provides mental health, alcohol and other drugs counselling and a Doctors clinic for physical and sexual health. They have a team of youth focused health professionals available to help you out on a range of issues.

Mental Health Association of Central Australia (MHACA)
Region
Central Australia
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

To support participant-driven mental health recovery and to assist communities and organisations to actively improve mental health and well-being.

Mental Health Central Australia Health Service (MH CAHS)
Region
Central Australia
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

MH CAHS is committed to achieving best possible outcomes for the Central Australia community by building a more reactive, timely service with improved coordination between our Mental Health Teams and integration between linked services, non-government agencies and primary health providers.

Address
PO Box 721
Alice Springs NT 0871
Mental Illness Fellowship Australia Northern Territory
Region
Tennant Creek
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Mental Illness Fellowship Australia Northern Territory
Region
Central Australia
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

If you have a mental illness and need support to get the most out of daily life we can help you manage your recovery

Mission Australia –  National Psychosocial Support Program
Region
Central Australia
Service for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Short Description

Personal Helpers and Mentors is recovery focussed – this means we believe that people can recover from mental illness and lead normal, satisfying and rewarding lives.

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