headspace aims to meet the evolving and unique needs of young people and those who support them. Young people are at the centre of headspace does and they play an active role in designing, developing and evaluating their programs.
With almost 3 million occasions of service provided, headspace has helped thousands of young people get vital support through their 110+ national headspace centres.
The following support services are provided:
- headspace Centres. A one-stop-shop for young people who need help with mental health, physical health (including sexual health), alcohol and other drugs or work and study support.
- National telehealth service. providing 12-25 year olds in these areas, access to highly-skilled psychiatrists via video consultations.
- eheadspace. National online and phone support service, staffed by experienced youth mental health professionals.
- headspace vocational services. Supporting young people to reach their work and study goals.
- headspace schools. Provides access to mental health specialists for young people in primary and secondary school students across Australia
- headspace early psychosis. Supports young people experiencing, or at risk of developing psychosis