Invitation to Community Members
When: Wednesday May 10 from 5.30 pm to 8pm
Where: Kempsey Macleay RSL Club, 1 York Lane More
From 1 May 2017, a new community-based rehab program will be run for 12 months by The Buttery, filling a significant gap in alcohol and other drug treatment (AOD) options in Northern NSW.
The North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN) and the Northern NSW Local Health District (NNSW LHD) are launching free health services just days after floods swept through our region. NCPHN has announced $100,000 in emergency relief funding. This package includes a 1300 Mental Health Flood Support Line launching on Monday […]
On Friday, March 17, North Coast Primary Health Network announced funds of $83,186.00 for the expansion of existing services at Namatjira Haven, as well as $31,910 to deliver Aboriginal mental health first aid using a train-the-trainer model for workforce training and community development.
North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN) has been joined by the Federal Member for Cowper Luke Hartsuyker to announce additional funding for the Coffs Harbour headspace.
The Federal Member for Page, Mr Kevin Hogan, made an announcement at 1pm today about changes at Lismore headspace.
Being back at university or TAFE for another year, studying or starting a demanding new job can mean struggling to meet expectations and challenges. It’s no wonder that anxiety levels can rise and these situations can have you feeling overwhelmed.
Working with beyondblue to co-design Clarence, Northern Rivers and Tweed Valley services for follow up after a suicide attempt and coaching for anxiety and depression
Since early 2015 the Clarence Valley community has experienced higher than state average rates of suicide. Today Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announced a funding package of more than $500,000 for suicide prevention both in the Clarence and across the North Coast.
Registrations for My Health Record – a digital health record containing important information which can be easily accessed in an emergency – are steadily increasing. But it seems consumers are still not sure about the benefits of having this digital record.