Get help Help for someone else Mental Health Support Self help If you or someone you know are struggling with their mental health and/or are having thoughts of suicide then you are not alone and you can get through this. Getting your life back on track is not easy and it takes time to recover. It is important to see a GP or mental health worker to have a conversation and look at what is happening in your life. If this is not possible or you think the matter is more urgent then you can also make contact through the following numbers: Emergency contacts Ambulance 000 SA 24 hour Mental Health Triage Line (if over 18 years) 131 465 Regional Access 1300 032 186 saregionalaccess.org.au/ Lifeline 13 11 14 www.lifeline.org.au Kids Helpline 1800 662 800 www.kidshelpline.com Mensline Australia 1300 789 978 www.Mensline.org.au Beyondblue Info Line 1300 224 636 www.beyondblue.org.au Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 www.suicide.callbackservice.org.au SANE Australia 1800 187 263 www.sane.org Headspace (for young people) 1800 650 890 www.eheadspace.org.au Reach Out (for young people) www.reachout.com For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People www.menzies.edu.au Remember that getting well can be a process so be patient with yourself. Setbacks can be learning experiences to help you improve your recovery plan. With the right treatment and support you can be on your way to recovery. You can download this list and by clicking the button below. Self Help Support Services List Our services Country Wellness Connections (CWC) CWC provides psychosocial support services to eligible participants in the Yorke and Northern Region of country SA. While a diagnosis from a GP or other health professional is not required to access CWC, eligible participants must experience mental health concerns that are severe enough to impact everyday life. Participants must also not be assisted by the NDIS or be receiving other psychosocial supports that duplicates this service. CWC is non-clinical, short term and flexible in its approach and is closely connected with mental health treatment services as per client needs. CWC services can include group-based and individual supports aiming to: Assist Participants to identify their own individual needs and recovery goals Build personal capacity and stability in areas as identified by the participant Connect participants with mental health treatment services and other relevant support services as needed Increase community participation and improve social connections to enhance mental health and general wellbeing of the participant Participants with complex needs may also be supported to test their eligibility for NDIS. This program is supported by funding from Country SA PHN through the Australian Government's PHN Program. All referral sources accepted Referral Form Accommodation support program (ASP) ASP is an individual psychosocial rehabilitation and support service that assists individuals to achieve an optimum level of functioning and independence in self-care, health care, household management, behaviour management, and other activities that facilitate community living skills. The level of support is determined through a process of clinical and functional assessment, negotiation and planning, in partnership with the client and Mental Health Services. The program is funded by the Country Health SA Local Health Network (LHN) and all referrals come from their Mental Health Services Team. If you are receiving clinical support and would benefit from non-clinical psychosocial support as well as help to test your eligibility for an NDIS package, then talk to your clinician about a referral to ASP.