Mental Health Community Support Services QLD

Open Minds is dedicated to helping people living with mental illness and disability to access the supports you need.
We offer mental health community support services QLD wide to help you build confidence, independence and a positive future!

Open Minds Provides Mental Health Support QLD

The team at Open Minds has been delivering mental health support Queensland wide for more than a century. With a fantastic team and mental health hubs across the state, we’re making it easier to access the supports you need.

Whatever goals you’re striving towards, Open Minds is happy to match you to mental health support QLD that can enhance your life in every way.

Our mental health support QLD is specially designed to work for people living with mental illness, disability and acquired brain injury. No matter what situation you’re in, we’ll work with you to find supports that increase your independence, build your capacity and help you achieve your goals.

We work closely with qualified health professionals, the NDIS and the Australian Government, so we can offer mental health support QLD to people from all walks of life.

Open Minds takes a personalised approach to providing mental health community support services QLD. We’re aiming to help as many people as possible with tailored service packages that help you achieve your goals.

Whether you’d like assistance with disability, support for dealing with anxiety or help accessing the NDIS, our team is always nearby. Your wellbeing is at the centre of everything we do, so we’ll do everything we can to support you along your journey.

Our Mental Health Community Support Services QLD

Open Minds’ range of services is open to people of all ages, backgrounds, genders and ethnicities. There’s more than 100 years of experience built into everything we do, and that allows us to help our clients strive towards a positive future.

We take a personalised approach to delivering mental health community support services QLD wide.

When you work with us, we’ll take the time to find out more about your goals and informal support networks, then match you to services that may include:

  • NDIS-funded mental health support QLD for people living with autism, asperger’s, disability and more
  • Counselling and psychology at our Morayfield centre
  • Positive behaviour support
  • Support for youth mental health through headspace
  • Accessing the community
  • Daily living assistance with activities like cooking, cleaning and personal grooming
Mental health support circle

When designing support programs, we work directly with you, your carers, informal support networks and your family. Having input from everyone involved in your life helps us design personalised packages that include all the services you need!

Mental Health Support QLD for NDIS Participants

Girl in wheelchair with mental health service provider

Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is making it easier for people living with disability and mental illness to access support.

Open Minds works closely with the NDIS to offer our services to people living with asperger’s, autism, PTSD, mental health, psychosocial disability and more. 

NDIS eligibility is assessed based on needs, so we’re able to provide mental health support QLD for people living with a wide range of mental illness and disability, regardless of your diagnosis.

Through the NDIS, we offer funded supports that help increase your capacity, build your independence and allow you to reach your full potential.

Our NDIS supports and Support Coordination services are offered from many of our Queensland locations. Wherever you are, you’ll be able to access mental health support QLD stretching from Townsville down to the Sunshine Coast, Redcliffe, Brisbane and Toowoomba. 

We have health hubs located across the state, and our NDIS mental health supports can give you the freedom to pursue your goals.

Simply talk to us about your needs and we can help you access funding for an NDIS plan that suits your life perfectly.

Counselling and Mental Health Support QLD

All types of mental health conditions can have a big impact on your life. If you’re struggling with things like anxiety or depression, seeking mental health support QLD is one of the best things you can do for your wellbeing.

To support our other services, Open Minds also offers counselling and psychology from our Morayfield Mental Health Hub. Based north of Brisbane, our Morayfield centre gives you access to qualified psychologists and specialists who can help you navigate any challenges you’re experiencing.

Mental health support QLD at our Morayfield location is open to everyone. Regardless of your age, gender or cultural background, our specialists can provide counselling and psychology services to help you live the life you’re envisioning.

We offer counselling and psychology support to all clients, including children, NDIS participants, domestic violence victims, veterans, military personnel and anyone who’s seeking support for a mental illness.

Our counselling and mental health support QLD services are designed to be flexible enough for everyone. Depending on your needs, we’re able to offer appointments with our Morayfield team over the phone via video chat. We also welcome a range of funding sources, including the NDIS, Medicare, WorkCover, DVA and the EAP.

Youth Mental Health Support QLD

At Open Minds, we believe in making mental health support available to everyone, including children and young people.

With more than 75% of mental health issues beginning before the age of 25, we’re committed to helping younger communities through difficult situations.

Whether you’re living with disability or managing a mental illness, Open Minds can help you access support through our headspace centres in:

  • Redcliffe
  • Strathpine
  • Indooroopilly

We’re proud to be taking part in the Government’s headspace initiative.

The program allows us to make mental health support QLD services more affordable and more available to people aged 12 to 25. With our younger communities needing more mental health support than ever, the Open Minds team is ready to make a difference.

Talk to us about our mental health support QLD for youth, or visit one of our headspace centres for anything you need.

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Meet Our Team

Kate Johnson

Chief Operating Officer

David Jukes

General Manager Service Delivery

Jamie Thompson

General Manager Integrated Mental Health

Rik Barker

General Manager Integrated Mental Health Services (NSW)

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Our Partnerships

The Open Minds Community Re-Entry Service Team (CREST) works in partnership with the Queensland Correctional Service within the Correctional Centre, Probation and Parole office in Townsville. We support men and women on parole to help make re-entry into the community a success, and to find stable accommodation.

headspace supports young people who are going through a tough time. If you are aged 12-25 and you need someone to talk to, headspace will provide you with access to health advice, education and employment. Open Minds is the lead agency for headspace in both Redcliffe and Taringa.

Open Minds works in partnership with the Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast PHN to provide Coastal Supports, a program for people living with severe mental illness who are ineligible for NDIS funding, living on the Sunshine Coast and in Gympie. This program is funded by the Central Queensland, Wide Bay & Sunshine Coast PHN.

Healthy North Coast is an independent, not-for-profit organisation proudly delivering the PHN program in North Coast NSW. Committed to improving the health of our communities through quality primary health care.