Services we fund

We commission services to meet local needs and achieve better health outcomes for our communities. Our commissioned services address key priority areas such as Aboriginal health, alcohol and other drugs, chronic conditions, end of life care, and mental health and suicide prevention.

Our awareness campaigns

Awareness and education help us improve the health and wellbeing of our community. Browse our campaigns to help you connect with the support you need.

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    Palliative and end of life care

    It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you, or someone close to you, is diagnosed with a life limiting illness. Support is available.

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    Make the right call

    Health issues aren't always between 9am and 5pm. Make the right call to get the right health care at night, on weekends and public holidays.

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  • Top up this winter!

    Winter can be challenging with a combination of COVID-19 and respiratory conditions - particularly influenza. Get your flu shot and COVID booster to top up your protection this winter.

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  • Daughter hugging elderly mother.

    Living well with Dementia

    It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you, or someone close to you, is diagnosed with dementia. Support is available.

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  • Young girl looking upset.

    Become suicide aware

    Learn how to recognise the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to Question, Persuade and Refer someone to help. 

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  • Two ladies looking after each other.

    Disaster recovery

    It's normal to have strong emotional and physical reactions after a significant event. There is no right or wrong way to feel.

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  • What's on your mind today? Get it out in the open. Here.

    Head to Health

    If your mental health is suffering, now is the time to reach out, even if you’ve never felt like this or asked for help before.

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    Life doesn't go to plan

    Mental health or drug and alcohol concerns can happen to anyone, however with the right support, things can improve.

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  • Woman speaking with psychologist.

    Change my habits

    Alcohol and other drug concerns can impact a person's behaviour, physical and mental health, self-esteem, relationships, home and work life.

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  • Doctor speaking with patient.

    My Health Record

    My Health Record is an online summary of your key health information. You control what goes into your record and who can access it.

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Get involved

Help us improve the local health system

Insights and feedback help us improve community health and wellbeing. We've made a commitment to ask what works, and also what needs to change. You can make a difference to the delivery of health care in your community.

  • Become a Friend of COORDINARE

    We’ll let you know when there are opportunities to get involved and have a say on important issues.

  • Provide anonymous feedback

    We value your opinions and encourage you to help us understand how to improve local health care services.

  • Community events

    Find community events, groups, programs and consultations taking place across the region.