Mind Australia supports people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to find help, hope and purpose in their lives. We provide individualised, evidence-based and recovery focussed support to more than 11,000 people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns right across Australia. 

Many of our support services are physically located in Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia; however, some services are available nationally. 

For example, we partner with Beyond Blue to provide early intervention support to Australians experiencing mild to complex mental health and wellbeing concerns, including anxiety. 

We also partner with health insurance agencies to provide their clients across Australia experiencing mental ill-health with face-to-face or telehealth psychosocial supports

See below for information on these services and more. If you would like more information, please contact us via Mind Connect or phone: 1300 286 463 

NDIS Support Coordination

NDIS Support Coordination

Mind Australia’s NDIS Support Coordination services can help you get the support you need to live life your way.

The introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was the first opportunity for many Australians with mental health and wellbeing concerns to purchase support that offered them help, hope and purpose – a chance to live independently and participate in the community.

Learn more about Mind's NDIS Support Coordination services.

Wellbeing4Life – Australia

Wellbeing4Life – Australia

Mind Australia’s Wellbeing4Life service provides accessible multidisciplinary care for eligible Private Health Insurance members with mental ill-health. Mind provides face-to-face or telehealth, based on the client’s location, personal preference and practitioner availability. 

About Wellbeing4Life 

Mind Australia’s Wellbeing4Life service is based on a holistic, psychosocial support model that includes telehealth and face-to-face outreach for eligible Private Health Insurance members. The service is intended for those currently in the private mental health system who would benefit from short to medium term community-based recovery support. 

Wellbeing4Life provides an alternative to a psychiatrist-led, hospital-based model of care. The service provides support to individuals who have had a recent hospitalisation related to mental ill-health. The service works to prevent future relapse and hospitalisation by supporting clients to work towards goals that are meaningful and achievable. 

Mind’s Allied Health practitioners who deliver Wellbeing4Life include occupational therapists and psychologists. These practitioners deliver assessments and therapeutic support using Mind’s My Better Life tool to support clients in achieving their recovery goals.  

Mind’s Allied Health team works as part of a collaborative care team with practitioners from a client’s existing care team, including clinical and non-clinical services. The team also supports the client to engage other community based or clinical supports as required to ensure optimal outcomes.  

The service is successful in reducing hospitalisations, the severity and duration of mental ill-health symptoms and promotes mental wellbeing. A total of 87.5 per cent of Wellbeing4U clients said they were satisfied with the service, and felt safe and listened to. 

Who is Wellbeing4Life for?  

Wellbeing4Life is for eligible clients aged 18 and above who are in a health fund under the Australian Health Service Alliance (AHSA).  

Mind supports AHSA customers Australia-wide through face to face and telehealth service delivery.  

Wellbeing4Life is funded by health funds under the Australian Health Service Alliance.   

How do I register my interest Wellbeing4Life? 

Clients can contact their insurer to confirm their eligibility to the program. Once confirmed, they will then be referred to Mind for service provision. The member must have paid their insurance premiums and met the eligibility criteria.  

For information about Wellbeing4Life contact AHSA or phone: 1800 664 277.   

Why choose Mind for Wellbeing4Life? 

Mind Australia supports people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to find help, hope and purpose in their lives. We provide individualised, evidence-based and recovery focused support to more than 11,000 people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns in Australia every year. 

We partner with health, community, and government organisations to provide holistic support and a safe environment for people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to live in the community. We have been providing mental health and wellbeing support to people, and their families, friends and carers, for more than 45 years. 

We are one of the largest providers of community-managed psychosocial services in Australia with a range of residential, mobile outreach, centre-based and online services. 

Psychosocial supports – like the kind provided by Mind Australia – help people with mental health and wellbeing issues manage daily activities, rebuild and maintain connections, engage with education and employment, and participate fully in the community. These are supports which help people take positive steps in their recovery journey. Find out more about what we do here.

Wellbeing4U – Northern Territory, Queensland and Victoria

Wellbeing4U – Northern Territory, Queensland and Victoria

Mind Australia’s Wellbeing4U service provides accessible multidisciplinary care for eligible Private Health Insurance members with mental ill-health. Mind provides face-to-face or telehealth, based on the client’s location, personal preference and practitioner availability.   

About Wellbeing4U 

Mind Australia’s Wellbeing4U service is based on a holistic, psychosocial support model that includes telehealth and face-to-face outreach for eligible Private Health Insurance members. The service is intended for those currently in the private mental health system who would benefit from short to medium term community-based recovery support. 

Wellbeing4U provides an alternative to a psychiatrist-led, hospital-based model of care. The service provides support to individuals who have had a recent hospitalisation related to mental ill-health. The service works to prevent future relapse and hospitalisation by supporting clients to work towards goals that are meaningful and achievable. 

Mind’s Allied Health practitioners who deliver Wellbeing4U include occupational therapists and psychologists. These practitioners deliver assessments and therapeutic interventions using Mind’s My Better Life  planning tool to support clients to identify and achieve their recovery goals.  

Mind’s Allied Health team works as part of a collaborative care team with practitioners from a client’s existing care team, including clinical and non-clinical services. The team also supports the client to engage other community based or clinical supports as required to ensure optimal outcomes.  

The service is successful in reducing hospitalisations, the severity and duration of mental ill-health symptoms and promotes mental wellbeing. A total of 87.5 per cent of Wellbeing4U clients said they were satisfied with the service, and felt safe and listened to. 

Who is Wellbeing4U for?  

Wellbeing4U is for eligible clients aged 18 and above who are covered by Bupa, are regular users of private psychiatric hospital care, or those who have had an extended stay in hospital and may need community-based support to prevent further hospitalisations. 

Mind currently delivers services for Bupa customers within the Northern Territory, Queensland and Victoria. 

Wellbeing4U is funded by Bupa Health Insurance.    

How do I register my interest Wellbeing4U? 

Clients can contact their insurer to confirm their eligibility to the program. Once confirmed, they will then be referred to Mind for service provision. The member must have paid their insurance premiums and met the eligibility criteria.  

For information about Wellbeing4U contact Bupa or phone: 134 135   

Why choose Mind for Wellbeing4U? 

Mind Australia supports people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to find help, hope and purpose in their lives. We provide individualised, evidence-based and recovery focused support to more than 11,000 people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns in Australia every year. 

We partner with health, community, and government organisations to provide holistic support and a safe environment for people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to live in the community. We have been providing mental health and wellbeing support to people, and their families, friends and carers, for more than 45 years. 

We are one of the largest providers of community-managed psychosocial services in Australia with a range of residential, mobile outreach, centre-based and online services. 

Psychosocial supports – like the kind provided by Mind Australia – help people with mental health and wellbeing issues manage daily activities, rebuild and maintain connections, engage with education and employment, and participate fully in the community. These are supports which help people take positive steps in their recovery journey. Find out more about what we do here

What do our Wellbeing4U clients say?  

“I am more resilient and it is easier for me thanks to the strategies I now have. I liked how the sessions went from frequent support to less frequent support (weekly, fortnightly, monthly) as this helped me to try things out on my own and still have support.”

Beyond Blue Counselling Service - Australia

Beyond Blue Counselling Service - Australia

The Beyond Blue Counselling Service provides early intervention support to Australians experiencing mild to complex mental health and wellbeing concerns, including anxiety. Beyond Blue delivers this free telehealth service in partnership with Mind Australia. The early support provided prevents significant deterioration of a person’s mental health and reduces the need for acute mental health support.  

About the Beyond Blue Counselling Service  

Mind Australia and Beyond Blue have been in partnership since 2020 to deliver support as part of what was established as the Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Support Service. Beyond Blue refer clients to Mind for additional support.  

This service is delivered nationally with support provided by Mind’s Allied Health team. AHPRA registered clinicians including psychologists and occupational therapists, provide support to clients. Mind’s team of clinicians provides mental health support including: counselling, care coordination and therapeutic interventions to support clients to achieve their recovery goals. 

This service has evolved to now include clients referred from Beyond Blue’s non-COVID-19 specific support lines. 

The service is successful in building client’s capacity to manage their mental health. A total of 90 per cent of Beyond Blue Counselling Service clients were satisfied, felt safe and were listened to.   

Who is the Beyond Blue Counselling Service for?  

This service provides short-term psychosocial support via telehealth to people aged 16 and over who are struggling with mild to complex mental health and wellbeing concerns, including: depression, anxiety and generalised anxiety. 

The Beyond Blue Counselling Service is funded by the Department of Health.   

How do I register my interest for the Beyond Blue Counselling Service?  

Eligible clients contact Beyond Blue and are then referred to Mind for service provision. This is a short-term intervention program that is free to eligible clients around Australia. 

For information on the Beyond Blue Counselling Service call 1300 224 336 or visit Beyond Blue.    

Why choose Mind for counselling support? 

Mind Australia supports people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to find help, hope and purpose in their lives. We provide individualised, evidence-based and recovery focused support to more than 11,000 people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns in Australia every year. 

We partner with health, community, and government organisations to provide holistic support and a safe environment for people experiencing mental health and wellbeing concerns to live in the community. 

We are one of the largest providers of community-managed psychosocial services in Australia with a range of residential, mobile outreach, centre-based and online services.

What do our Beyond Blue Counselling Support clients say?  

“It was comforting to know that someone was listening and I had the chance to do a lot of reflecting for the future.”