We know we can’t do it alone, and we can’t be everywhere, every time.   That is why we have industry partners to work alongside us.  Together we draw on each other’s strengths and complement each other, with the aim of providing the best holistic care.  Mental illness and mental health is a multi-domain, multi-faceted affair, so it only makes sense that we partner up with these folks.  We are blessed to live in such a well-resourced country, and if we look hard enough we’ll find something that suits your needs.

New Horizons is an NGO that provides support in numerous areas, including mental health, social services, housing, daily living, cultural & spiritual wellbeing, education and employment. That’s a lot of stuff! But they are well resourced and friendly, and we have them on speed-dial. Check them out here.

OTCP provide responsive and flexible support services to people experiencing mental illness, disability or accommodation difficulties. Their aim is to improve an individual’s quality of life by encouraging active participation, social inclusion and promoting independence.

NCPHN responds to local health-care needs to make it easier for patients and service providers to navigate their way through the health care system.

NCPHN works closely with both the Northern NSW Local Health District and the Mid North Coast Local Health District. They also provide programs that are run via private practitioners to provide certain allied health services to the community.

We provide expert clinical support to Headspace Tweed Heads, on top of the already robust team they have. We also work in partnership with them to provide shared-care arrangements in the target groups of between 12 and 25 years old.

Partners in Recovery is a national program funded by the Australian Government (Department of Health) to improve the assistance provided to people who are living with severe and persistent mental health issues.

Support Facilitators can help people get services working better together to create an environment that supports recovery. These services might be from a range of sectors such as health, housing, income support, disability, education and employment.

PIR aims to better support people with severe and persistent mental illness with multiple needs, and their carers and families, by getting services and supports from various sectors they may come into contact with (and could benefit from) to work in a more collaborative, coordinated and integrated way.

We work in partnership with Tweed Byron Mental Health Network to provide the most appropriate care to patients. They are the main providers for any acute mental health intervention. They also provide a 24/7 telephone based referral service (Mental Health Access Line).