Sonder and the Adelaide PHN welcome emerge – a new, free service in the outer Northern and outer Southern metropolitan regions of Adelaide for helping young people aged 16-25 years experiencing/or at risk of experiencing severe and complex mental illness.
As the festive season approaches, SonderIT would like to remind all stakeholders that our office will be closed for 2 weeks during the Christmas and New Year holiday period. Our office will be closed from Friday 21st December 2018 and will reopen Monday 7th January 2019. In this regard, please note the availability of Emergency After-Hours support.
Youth Wellbeing offers a maximum of 12 therapeutic counselling sessions per calendar year, delivered by Mental Health Clinicians who are experienced and qualified psychologists, mental health nurses and social workers.
The headspace Employment Support program utilises the Individual Placement and Support model of employment support. This model integrates Employment Specialists with mental health clinicians to ensure clients receive coordinated support within the one service. The focus of this program is on supporting clients to find and maintain competitive employment in a job consistent with individual preferences.
The Northern Wellbeing program aims to improve access to quality primary mental services within the northern and western metropolitan region. The program is delivered by the Northern Health Network, funded by the Adelaide PHN and provides free of charge therapeutic counselling services to clients in the community with mild to moderate mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.
The Integrated Team Care Activity offers a range of initiatives and incentives to support you and your practice team in providing quality primary health care to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people with chronic disease; or at risk of developing a chronic disease.
We are delighted to announce that the NHN will be opening an office in the west in May 2017, located at 72 Dale Street in Port Adelaide. The NHN will be delivering a range of clinical services from the Dale Street location, in addition to the Closing the Gap program.
Featuring Amos Gill, local comedian and breakfast radio presenter from HIT 107 as the MC, and a range of world class performers including comedians Jimeoin, Demi Lardner, Nath Valvo, Alice Fraser, Ivan Aristeguieta, Loc Tran, and artists Matt Tarrant (magician and mentalist) and Isaac Lomman (hypnotist). Over 350 people gathered to be entertained but also to support mental health awareness.