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1800 011 511
My Story: Jane, caring for a son with schizophrenia
My Story: Jane, caring for a son with schizophrenia
In our series of videos for Mental Health Month watch this engaging interview with Jane, who cares for her son, diagnosed with schizophrenia.

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Community Mental Health Services

Our Community Mental Health Teams provide a range of services designed to help support your recovery and help you stay well in the community. We can provide specialist services for young people, children and families, adults and older people. Our services include Acute Care support, Care Co-ordination or Assertive Outreach support. Our community mental health services include a specialist Aboriginal Mental Health Team, bilingual mental health workers and Peer Support Workers.

Our main sites are at Canterbury, Croydon, Camperdown, Marrickville and Redfern Community Health Services which are open 8.30am - 5:00pm, you can find more information on the brochure below on Community Mental Health.

Accessing Mental Health Services

The NSW Mental Health Line is a 24-hour seven days a week call line that puts you in touch with your local mental health service. Staffed by mental health professionals, the line gives you access to expert mental health advice, and can put you in contact with the local mental health acute care service if you need them.

You can call the NSW Mental Health Line on 1800 011 511 at any time including after hours and weekends.
If you require urgent medical attention or are in danger contact the Ambulance Service directly on 000. This may include situations where a person has caused serious physical harm to themselves or you have safety concerns.
The Transport Access Guides below provide information on how to access our Community Health Centres, including by public transport.

Below are some information sheets that include important information about our community mental health centres, what to do in a crisis, and recovery. We encourage you to look at them.

Community Mental Health
What to do in a Crisis
Your Rights and Responsibilities
Towards Recovery
NSW Health Privacy Leaflet for Patients
Linking Physical Health and Mental Healthcare
REACH - Community