Last updated November 21, 2023
Our PHN commissions a range of providers across our region to offer efficient and effective evidence-based psychological interventions for people with moderate mental illness. The services engage a multidisciplinary workforce to provide services to priority populations that experience financial hardship or have difficulties/barriers accessing mental health treatment.
A referral to these programs generally requires a GP Mental Health Treatment Plan created by your GP. These referrals are sent to the Central Access and Referral (PRIMA), an HNECC PHN-funded service that receives general practitioner referrals for mental health services in primary care for priority population groups and allocates to the most appropriate service.
If you are having difficulties accessing a GP, please contact the relevant service provider below to discuss your eligibility for the program.
Organisations offering these services are:
Information about eligibility criteria and referral pathways is available on HealthPathways.
For people over 65 living in Residential Ages Care Facilities (RACFs), organisations offering moderate psychological services are: