Neami Wellbeing Link (QLD)
Phone and video-based across Queensland
8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Closed public holidays
Lisa Gregory | Senior Practice Leader
Support to help manage anxiety, depression or stress for people across Queensland.
The psychological, social and economic impacts of challenging times can have a significant effect on your mental health and wellbeing. It’s natural to feel a range of emotions, such as stress, worry, anxiety or low mood.
Wellbeing Link provides phone and video-based support to help you improve your wellbeing in response to the disruption caused by COVID-19.
Get support to improve you wellbeing
Over four sessions, a Wellbeing Coach will work with you to understand your health, what matters to you and find what helps.
- Understand your current state of wellbeing and where there may be opportunities to improve
- Build confidence to make meaningful changes
- Connect with others
- Be hopeful and optimistic about the future
- Lead a fulfilling and well life.
The value of evidence and experience
Wellbeing Coaches are experienced mental health support workers who use an evidence-based approach to provide wellbeing and emotional support.
Our Wellbeing Coaches also draw from their lived experience, including a personal experience of mental health challenges, to provide perspective and insight.
Connected to local communities across Queensland
While the four sessions are provided over the phone or video-chat, our team are located right across Queensland.
This connection to local communities ensures that if required, we can help find the right ongoing support for your needs.
To be eligible for Wellbeing Link support, you need to be 16 or over and:
- experiencing increased life stressors
- noticing signs of anxiety and/or depression, such as:
- Low mood
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Low energy
- Feelings of hopelessness
- Fear, nervousness or worrying
- Avoidance of social situations
- not using a community or clinical mental health service
- have access to phone or video-chat enabled device.
Get support or refer someone you know
If you would like to refer someone you know, referrals must be discussed with the individual before making contact.
We encourage referrals from people who identify as LGBTIQ, culturally diverse, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, and refugees.