Our specialised team of mental health clinicians provides free support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples aged 12+ across the Northern NSW region.
About the service
The Strong Community Program team provides a range of free mental health and wellbeing services and supports, including:
- 1:1 counselling and case management – on-site or in the community
- Group programs – on-site or in the community
- Health promotion in schools or in the community
We are located at 133 Ballina Road, East Lismore. In addition to the support we offer from our East Lismore hub, the team also provides outreach to communities in Cabbage Tree Island, Wardell, Ballina, Box Ridge, Woodburn, Lismore, as well as support to neighbouring Local Government Areas on an as needs basis. We can meet you at a convenient location, on a day and time that suits you.
The Strong Community Program is funded by Healthy North Coast through the North Coast PHN program.
How do I get started?
Getting started with us is easy! Connect with us via any of the options below to learn more about the service and/or have your questions answered.
Email: [email protected]
Call: 0456 447 790
How much does it cost?
Strong Community is a free mental health support service.
You don’t need one, but we do accept referrals from:
- Health or community support services
- Family / Carers / Kin
- Teachers / Guidance Officers
If you are a health provider and would like to refer a person to The Strong Community Program, please complete our online referral form.
If you would like to refer yourself, you can do so using our online self-referral form.
Lives Lived Well acknowledges the peoples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia, respecting their continuing connection to land, culture and community. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.
Lives Lived Well celebrates diversity and is committed to providing inclusive services and workplaces. Everyone has the right to live well, with dignity and respect. We offer support to all people without judgment or discrimination.