At LikeMind Wagga Wagga we have a range of services available and a variety of ways in which we can support individuals seeking help to address their mental health concerns.
LikeMind works closely with Mental Health Services in the Local Health District and can support by providing access to psychological interventions with an allied health professional via a Mental Health Care Plan. Alternatively you can access brief interventions with the clinicians at LikeMind.
LikeMind can provide support by connecting you to Drug and Alcohol Services provided by the Local Health District as part of your coordinated care plan. Some of these services include Residential Rehab, Smart Recovery and outreach support via Calvary.
LikeMind can assist with providing a range of services to support your overall health and wellbeing. This may include finding help to access physical health checks and screening. Access to sexual health services, help to quit smoking and referral to psychiatry or specialist services is also available.
LikeMind partner with organisations to help job seekers identify and secure employment.
LikeMind can provide access to a range of carer respite, education and support services for family members or carers who need support.
LikeMind can help you link with a range of other services. Other types of support include: Relationships and Family support, Housing Support. Service navigation and coordination. Financial counselling Gambling awareness Peer Support Groups Referral to Domestic Violence supports.
We’re here for you. LikeMind was launched in Wagga Wagga to provide assistance to those seeking support in their mental health journey.
LikeMind provides free and confidential integrated services for adults between the age of 18 and 65 years experiencing mental health concerns, as well as their families and carers.
We recommend speaking to your GP or other health professional for a referral, or you can self-refer by contacting us directly.
LikeMind Wagga Wagga is committed to inclusive practice. We are welcoming and accepting all people, irrespective of their culture, language, gender, sexuality, lifestyle, values and beliefs, abilities, appearance, or socio-economic differences.
Please note, some services require a Medicare card.
LikeMind provides integrated mental health care. We work together with you, to address your mental health needs as well as link you with other services you may need.
A trained healthcare professional will work with you to understand your current situation and listening to your specific needs. Together we will create a coordinated care plan based on your goals and we will then connect you with the services you need, such as:
LikeMind Wagga Wagga is located at Shop 1A / 46-52 Baylis St. We’re close to public transport.
At LikeMind Wagga you can meet with Mental Health Clinicians, Social Workers, Vocational Workers and Domestic Violence Specialists for Women and Men and our First Nations Wellbeing Co-ordinator
LikeMind services are available in-person or online, with telehealth appointments available during centre hours. Alternatively you can contact us here.
Speak to your GP or other health professional for a Mental Health Care Plan and referral to LikeMind Wagga Wagga. Self-referral is also available.
Encourage the person you’re supporting to speak to their GP first. Call us on 02 6936 2000 for more information on how you can help.
LikeMind is an exceptional service. Having group, counselling and peer support programs in one supportive and caring environment is amazing. I highly recommend LikeMind to people seeking support.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live and work, and of the many different nations across the wider regions from which we all come. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and emerging as the holders of the memories, the traditions, the culture, and the spiritual well-being of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across the nation.
We acknowledge any Sorry Business that may be affecting the communities as a whole. In the spirit of reconciliation, partnership, and mutual respect, we will continue to work together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to shape our community mental health services to respond to the needs and aspirations of the communities to which we serve.
We embrace diversity and are committed to creating a safe environment for all people, irrespective of their age, gender, cultural identity, sexuality, abilities, language, economic status, profession, or location.
We would like to recognise the individual and collective expertise of those with a living or lived experience of a mental health condition. We pay tribute to the vital contribution to system change and recognise the courage shown in sharing this unique perspective. One that provides hope and shapes a better future for themselves and others.