Free Wellbeing Coaching for People Affected by the Bushfires
If you live in the New England, North West or Mid-Coast regions and have been affected by the bushfires, you can access free mental health coaching via our bushfire wellbeing coaching line.
The stress of experiencing something such as a bushfire can leave people at a higher risk of developing depression or anxiety, even if they are not directly dealing with loss of property and/or possessions.
CALL THE COACHING LINE 1800 010 630 between 8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday. No referral needed.
On behalf of the PHN, Bolton Clarke will provide free telephone coaching services with a mental health practitioner to work with you in setting practical, effective strategies to help get you back on track and manage your mental health.
Referrals to local, face-to-face support is available, if needed, through this service.
Access to the service is also available at: hneccphn.com.au/programsresources/bushfire-support
This service is for people experiencing mild to moderate distress or mental health concerns as a result of the recent fires and is not a crisis service.
If you require immediate support, contact:
• In an emergency Triple 000 (Ambulance, Fire, Police)
• Lifeline - 13 11 14
• Beyond Blue - 1300 22 4636
• Kids Helpline - 1800 551 800 (for children under 12 years)
• Suicide Helpline - 1300 651 251
• Your nearest hospital emergency department. Other web-based resources are available at:
• Head to Health – headtohealth.gov.au
Open Date: Thu 06/02/2020
Close Date: Thu 31/12/2020