headspace

headspace
headspace
Non-profit Organization-MELBOURNE, VIC
Non-Profit Organization-Melbourne, VIC
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds. The service is designed to make it easy as possible for a ..
Melbourne, Vic, 3000.
Melbourne, Vic, 3000.
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headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds. The service is designed to make it easy as possible for a young person and their family to get the help they need for problems affecting their wellbeing. This covers four core areas: mental health, physical health, work and study support and alcohol and other drug services. headspace centres are located across metropolitan, regional and rural areas of Australia. Each centre can help with mental health, physical health (including sexual health), alcohol and other drug or work and study issues. Centres are built and designed with input from young people so they don't have the same look or feel as other clinical services
Making an appointment

Once you located your nearest centre simply ring or email them direct to find a time that suits you. You can ask a friend, teacher, parent, health worker or any trusted person to contact the centre on your behalf. 

Your local centre may have a 'drop in' service where you can visit anytime in their visiting hours. Just check with your nearest one. 

Your first appointment

Appointments at a centre can vary in length but are usually 50 minutes to an hour. It's okay to feel nervous about getting help for the first time. You can bring along a friend or family member to help support you. 

You'll probably be asked a lot of questions on your first visit. This is to make sure all the important issues are covered, and to help develop the best solution for you. As you get to know and trust your headspace worker you will probably find that talking about what is going on gets easier. 

At your appointment feel free to ask questions about anything that's on your mind so the worker can help you find the best solution. 

Cost

Services at a headspace centre are either free, or have a low cost. You can ask if there is a cost when you make your appointment. Some services require you to have a referral from a doctor but don't worry headspace can help you with this as well - just ask your local centre what to do. 

Confidentiality

When you talk to a headspace worker what you say is kept confidential. This means nothing you say can be passed on to anyone else without your permission. However there are a couple of exceptions. If headspace is seriously worried about your safety or the safety of someone else they must - by law - try to keep everyone safe. This means they might have to share their concerns with someone else. Read our privacy policy for more information or feel free to chat to your headspace worker. 

Find your nearest centre now.

 Online help at eheadspace
If you don't have a headspace centre nearby or you don't feel ready to visit a centre, eheadspace provides confidential online and telephone support service seven days a week.

To access eheadspace for the first time you will need to register on their website or via the phone line. Visit the eheadspace website to find out more. 

You will need to provide some information like your email address, postcode and age. eheadspace sessions are generally for 30-60 minutes. If you are receiving support from a headspace centre or another service, we may ask your permission to speak with your worker to ensure eheadspace is providing the best support. 

eheadspace also holds monthly online information sessions where you can join group chats to talk on different things like sleep issues, self harm, helping out a friend and more. 
Making an appointment

Once you located your nearest centre simply ring or email them direct to find a time that suits you. You can ask a friend, teacher, parent, health worker or any trusted person to contact the centre on your behalf. 

Your local centre may have a 'drop in' service where you can visit anytime in their visiting hours. Just check with your nearest one. 

Your first appointment

Appointments at a centre can vary in length but are usually 50 minutes to an hour. It's okay to feel nervous about getting help for the first time. You can bring along a friend or family member to help support you. 

You'll probably be asked a lot of questions on your first visit. This is to make sure all the important issues are covered, and to help develop the best solution for you. As you get to know and trust your headspace worker you will probably find that talking about what is going on gets easier. 

At your appointment feel free to ask questions about anything that's on your mind so the worker can help you find the best solution. 

Cost

Services at a headspace centre are either free, or have a low cost. You can ask if there is a cost when you make your appointment. Some services require you to have a referral from a doctor but don't worry headspace can help you with this as well - just ask your local centre what to do. 

Confidentiality

When you talk to a headspace worker what you say is kept confidential. This means nothing you say can be passed on to anyone else without your permission. However there are a couple of exceptions. If headspace is seriously worried about your safety or the safety of someone else they must - by law - try to keep everyone safe. This means they might have to share their concerns with someone else. Read our privacy policy for more information or feel free to chat to your headspace worker. 

Find your nearest centre now.

 Online help at eheadspace
If you don't have a headspace centre nearby or you don't feel ready to visit a centre, eheadspace provides confidential online and telephone support service seven days a week.

To access eheadspace for the first time you will need to register on their website or via the phone line. Visit the eheadspace website to find out more. 

You will need to provide some information like your email address, postcode and age. eheadspace sessions are generally for 30-60 minutes. If you are receiving support from a headspace centre or another service, we may ask your permission to speak with your worker to ensure eheadspace is providing the best support. 

eheadspace also holds monthly online information sessions where you can join group chats to talk on different things like sleep issues, self harm, helping out a friend and more. 
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