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Head to Health

Head to Health connects you to mental health support.

Whether you are looking for mental health support for yourself, someone you care about, or just trying to improve your wellbeing - Head to Health is a good place to start.

Head to Health helps all Australians access the mental health and wellbeing services that are right for them. It makes it easier to navigate and choose the most suitable care options, whether that’s face-to-face, via phone, or online.

The Head to Health National Digital Mental Health Gateway was originally launched in October 2017 to provide easy access to digital mental health services, information and support. It was developed through extensive codesign, involving people with a lived experience of mental ill-health, carers, and the mental health sector.

In the 2021-22 Budget, funding was provided to begin work to transform the existing Gateway into a more comprehensive national mental health website. Further codesign conversations and workshops in 2021 and 2022 informed ideas for what a national mental health website could deliver.

The outcomes of these discussions led to the release of a trial website in March 2022. It features a tailored experience that connects people with mental health services based on their needs and preferences. It also includes support for those caring for a friend or family member, as well as for GPs and other healthcare professionals.

The trial website transitioned to a full release in June 2023, retiring the Head to Health National Digital Mental Health Gateway.

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Phone: (02) 9794 0150

Arthur West Memorial Hall
Mcburney Road, Cabramatta 2166
(Located in Cabravale Memorial Park, 
behind PCYC Fairfield - Cabramatta)

​Open hours:
Monday to Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Closed for lunch daily between 1.00pm – 2.00pm

A women's health and well-being initiative, primarily centered on supporting migrant, refugee and disadvantaged women residing with the Fairfield Local Government Area. Fairfield Women's Health Service is jointly auspiced by Bankstown Women's Health Centre and Liverpool Women's Health Centre, and funded by NSW Health through South Western Sydney Local Health District.

©2023 Fairfield Women's Health Service

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