Southern Wellbeing Hub

Unit 4, 118 Main South Road, Morphett Vale South Australia 5162

Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays
8:30am to 5pm
Wednesdays and Thursdays
8:30am to 8pm
Every second Saturday morning
9am to 1pm

Linda Sims – Clinical Service Manager

Southern Wellbeing Hub offers free, welcoming support  for people experiencing mental health challenges.

We provide both individual and group supports that help people achieve the things they value for living well. This may include for example, support to manage challenging or distressing emotions, support with relationships, or help to find the right support.

In particular, our range of services include:

  • Evidenced-based Therapies: One on one support for people experiencing mental illness.
  • Low Intensity Interventions: Short-term mental health support including phone-based therapy and group support programs.
  • Suicide Prevention Service: Support to manage distress, prevent self-harm and suicide, and reduce the need for emergency support such as hospital admission.
  • Psychological Evidenced-based Therapies for Families and Children: Family focused services for children up to 11 years old presenting with mental health conditions.
  • Clinical Care Coordination: Support to coordinate with all the people involved in someone’s care and support networks to ensure the right support.
  • Perinatal Program: Individual and group services for women/expecting or new parents who are experiencing perinatal depression and anxiety.
  • Mothers and Infants dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) groups and other DBT groups: Therapy for mothers and individuals experiencing very strong emotions.
  • Shared Care Program: A long term evidenced based individual therapy service with experienced mental health clinicians for people experiencing mental illness.
  • Access to psychiatric assessment as required.


The Southern Hub mental health services are for

  • children and families on low incomes
  • people needing different levels of intensity, and duration of mental health support.

The range of services available via the Southern Hub means that people can be easily supported to connect with different services that best meet their support needs, as   they change over time.

You can be referred to the Southern Wellbeing Hub via

  • A GP issuing a Mental Health Treatment plan
  • A provisional referral for community services
  • Self-referral by presenting to the Hub Wednesday to Thursday, 12pm - 8pm.