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Aboriginal Mental Health Services

Description of Service

Caber-ra-nanga ENGAGE

Caber-ra-nanga is a Gaimaragal word meaning ‘peace of mind’. The Caber-ra-nanga ENGAGE service will deliver culturally appropriate service coordination to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, supporting them to access sustainable treatment and support options. Indigenous staff will assist in referrals, care coordination and client advocacy

Eligibility

This service is for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who live, work or go to school in the Northern Sydney Primary Health Network region and require mental health or suicide prevention services.

How to access the services

GPs can refer people through the Mental Health Triage on 1300 782 391, send a referral form via secure fax on 02 8072 6899.