The SEWB Centre, started in August 2017 with staff comprising of a Registered Psychologist and counsellors.  We aim to provide a holistic and culturally appropriate service to promote social and emotional wellbeing. Our centre is located in a safe and confidential space and our focus is to increase participation and engagement of Aboriginal people in mental health services.  We provide support with suicide and self-harm as well as problems with alcohol and other drugs.

We currently work in collaboration with our other Bega programs and also our Alliance partners, HOPE and Goldfields Rehabilitation Services to prioritise and offer choice to our local Aboriginal people.  We also work closely with Agencies providing support and postvention support services to families impacted by suicide.

We currently accept referrals from our GP’s here at Bega, other agencies as well as self-referrals for mental health issues including depression and anxiety, grief and loss and other psycho-social stressors.  We also deal with alcohol and other drug issues including impacts on family. We are flexible and can meet wherever suits you and can also arrange transportation in need.

For a confidential consultation please fill out the form *here* to contact us via this website.