If you or someone else is in immediate danger call 000 or go to your nearest hospital emergency department.

The right care at the right time

Our thoughts continue to be with those communities impacted by the recent floods with a number of our RAMHP Coordinators still involved in the recovery phase, maintaining a focus on linking and connecting people to care.

As Northern NSW RAMHP Coordinator, Sam Osborne explains, we ‘walk beside people’, helping them to navigate referral pathways and engage with appropriate supports. She says they are pivotal during times of adversity, working with a range of key partners, providing support in Recovery Centres and Mobile Outreach to ensure that individuals in impacted communities access the right care at the right time.

RAMHP recognises that everyone responds differently to stress, so we encourage you to seek support when the time is right for you.

If you feel like you might need someone to talk to, your GP can be a great place to start.

Mental health support is available 24/7:

RAMHP is not a crisis support service, but there are some helpful tools amongst our suite of resources and our RAMHP Coordinators are always on hand to provide support.
Who’s your local RAMHP Coordinator? Find them here.