Free Tasmanian mental health support
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commissioned by Primary Health Tasmania with Australian Government funding
A new free mental health service is available to eligible adult Tasmanians living with mild mental illness.
This includes people with anxiety and depression, people experiencing isolation, those in rural and remote locations, and people affected by pandemic-related isolation and bushfires.
Eligible Tasmanian adults will be now able to access:
- one-on-one assessment, coaching and follow-up sessions with the MindStep service (available via telephone or online)
- a culturally sensitive adaptation of MindStep specifically for Aboriginal adults, called Healing Minds (available via telephone).
For more information, visit: https://services.primaryhealthtas.com.au/mental-health-and-wellbeing-adults