Our team of clinicians offer six evidence-based, recovery-focused, mental health interventions that include a number of different approaches. There is the possibility of a further six sessions after a review with your GP.
We work with you to:
Peer-based phone and online chat support between 5pm-11:30pm, 365 days a year.
LETSS is a free service that assists people living in the Adelaide metropolitan region, and their carers, to access mental health support after hours.
The LETSS support workers provide non-clinical mental health support which helps people in times of distress, offers an alternative to attending emergency departments, and assists with access to appropriate in-hours services provided by state, Commonwealth or non-governmental organisations.
This service is funded by Adelaide Primary Health Network, an Australian Government initiative.
Low intensity services that could be a mix of self-help resources including digital mental health and low intensity face to face services. GP referral not required.
Up to 12 psychological intervention sessions for mild, moderate, complex or chronic mental health issues. We work with you to develop skills and strategies to live a meaningful life, and support you to apply them.
Short-term services for those at risk of suicide and self-harm. Our approach includes risk assessments, counselling, and support to prevent suicide and self-harm and avoid the need for hospital admission.
The Suicide Prevention Service is not a crisis service.
Supportive and non-judgemental services for parents who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety and depression, and other psychological concerns which may be interfering with daily activities.
Severe Mental Illness Services form two primary mental health care services (therapeutic and care coordination).
Services may be provided in parallel to a range of other approaches to treatment depending on the complexity and severity of the individual’s presentation; including psychiatric support and psycho-social services.
Clinical Care Coordinators work closely with GPs and other health professionals to deliver an organised approach to supporting people with severe and complex mental health needs.
The recovery-focused program offers clinical oversight and coordination across a range of services for people over 18 years of age.
To be eligible for Clinical Care Coordination you generally require, whether ongoing or episodic, a multi-agency or multi-disciplinary approach to treatment and care and receive services from Commonwealth, State and other funded services
For people that can benefit from support in a community-based setting, with severe and complex mental health needs, Clinical Care Coordination helps people to have a seamless experience across different services.
Assessment and care planning for people seeking treatment and support for their mental illness that may require further assessment, involves complexities or requires multiple services.