LikeMind Wagga Wagga is open Monday to Friday 9am to 4:30pm. Telehealth appointments are also available.

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If you have a mental health concern, or are worried about how you, a family member or friend is feeling and you want to talk to someone, LikeMind can help.

You can phone us, get a referral from a GP or other healthcare professional, or just come in and see us.

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We have friendly professional staff available for you to connect with Monday to Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm via telephone, video or in person appointments.

If you are unsure about which appointment works best for you, please reach out so we can discuss what option would best meet your needs.

LikeMind services are free, but please bring your Medicare card with you when you attend as some services require it.

LikeMind is not a crisis or emergency service. For crisis support please contact one of the following National 24/7 crisis services:

  • Mental Health Access Line
    1800 011 511
  • Brother to Brother (First Nations Men)
    1800 435 799
  • 13YARN (For First Nations People)
    13 92 76
  • Lifeline
    13 11 14
  • Mensline
    1300 99 78 99
  • Suicide Callback Service
    1300 659 467
  • Rape Crisis
    1800 424 017
  • DV Service
    1800 943 539
  • LGBTIQ Violence Service
    1800 497 212

In an emergency, please call 000 or go to your closest emergency department.

We’re here to support you with your mental health needs

LikeMind Wagga Wagga endeavours to make our services supportive and easy to access.

Maria, 28

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I have found LikeMind to be very helpful throughout my mental health journey. LikeMind has provided ongoing psychological and group support. The staff are always very professional, supportive and kind.

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LikeMind Wagga Wagga is proudly operated by Stride.
LikeMind is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health.

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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.