About Us

Black Swan Health

is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that provides high quality, evidence based, safe primary health services in Western Australia. With several funding streams, Black Swan Health offers a range of primary health services previously delivered by Osborne GP Network and Panorama Health Network which include Aboriginal Health, Partners in Recovery (PIR), headspace services in Osborne Park and Joondalup, headspace Youth Early Psychosis Program (hYEPP), Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS), and multidisciplinary chronic condition self-management programs for diabetes and chronic pain. Please click on the links below to find out more about all of Black Swan Health's services.

Referral Forms

Easy links to referral forms are listed below. For more detailed information about programs see full program overview.

Aged Care – Residential Aged Care Facility (Speech Pathology and Dietetic referral form)
Aged Care – Residential Aged Care Facility (Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy referral form)
Aged Care – Community Care and Home and Community Care (HACC) (Speech Pathology and Dietetic referral form)
Aged Care – Community Care and Home and Community Care (HACC) (Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy referral form)
Aboriginal Health – Care Co-Ordination and Supplementary Services Referral Form
Diabetes – Referral Form
Living Longer, Living Stronger – Referral Form
Chronic Pain – Self Training Educative Pain Program (STEPS) Referral Form
Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) Referral Form
Lighthouse Suicide Prevention Program Referral Form
headspace Joondalup Referral Form
headspace Osborne Park Referral Form
Partners in Recovery Referral Form
Respiratory Linkage Referral Form

Programs Overview

The Aged Care Access Program works to improve access to primary health care services for older people through the provision of allied health services to residential aged care residents and older people in the community.

Residential aged care
Speech pathology, dietetic, occupational therapy and physiotherapy services are available to residents of Commonwealth funded Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACFs) in the region, where these services are not currently covered by Medicare or other government funding arrangements. Accredited practicing dietitians, speech pathologists and occupational therapists are available to provide one-on-one consultations following a referral from the registered nurse or facility manager at the RACF, or the residents GP. Speech pathology services are available for assessment and management of communication issues and/or swallowing problems. For speech pathology referrals please also refer to the Identifying Urgency for Speech Pathology Referrals information sheet. Dietetic services are available for the assessment and management of residents at nutritional risk. All dietitian referrals require the completion of a 3 Day Intake Diary. Occupational therapy services will support the resident to maintain independence and participate in meaningful activities. RACFs or GPs can access the services of a dietitian, speech pathologist or occupational therapist by completing the required referral form and sending it directly to us via fax on 9201 0033 or email info@blackswanhealth.com.au
Speech Pathology and Dietetic referral form
Occupational Therapy referral form
3 day intake diary

Community Care and Home and Community Care (HACC)
Occupational therapy, physiotherapy, dietetic and speech pathology services are available to recipients of home care packages, where these services are not currently covered by Medicare or other government funding arrangements. Occupational therapy and physiotherapy services are available to support clients where there is a falls risk, or where recommendations for aids to assist with daily living are required. (Please note that aids will not be supplied or purchased for the individual) Speech pathology services are available to undertake assessment and management of communication issues and/or swallowing problems. For speech pathology referrals please also refer to the Identifying Urgency for Speech Pathology Referrals information sheet. Dietetic services are available for the assessment and management of clients that are at risk of or are malnourished, or may need nutritional supplements. All dietitian referrals require completion of the 3 Day Intake Diary HCP & HACC. The aims of these services are to prevent hospital emergency department admissions, early admission to residential aged care facilities, or increased need for higher level care packages. The home care package provider, GP, community nurse or aged care social worker can access the services by completing the required referral form and sending it directly to us on 9201 0033 or email info@blackswanhealth.com.au . There will be no cost to the client or to the community aged care organisation.
Speech Pathology and Dietetic Referral form
Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Referral form
3 day intake diary
Contact: Closing the Gap Team Leader. Phone: 9201 0044
Email: AboriginalHealth@blackswanhealth.com.au

Improving Aboriginal Health and closing the gap on health disparity is a priority for Black Swan health Limited, which includes:
  • Improving access to mainstream primary care for Aboriginal patients
  • Improving the capacity of general practice and other mainstream primary care providers to delivery culturally sensitive primary care services

Program activities include:
  • Better identification of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients, especially through self-identification
  • Increased uptake of Indigenous specific MBS items including health checks and follow up items
  • Collaboration with local Aboriginal health services in a partnership approach for the delivery of primary care services

Download the Care Coordination & Supplementary Services (CCSS) Program Referral Form

Useful Websites:
MBS Health Assessment Resource Kit - Fact sheets and proforma for health assessments, follow-up service items with MBS item number updates.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (ECU) - One-stop-shop for Aboriginal Health resources with up to date reports, resources and program information.
Tackling Chronic Disease – Overview of the Commonwealth Indigenous Chronic Disease
Contact:Diabetes Team Leader Phone: (08) 9201 0044 Fax: (08) 9201 0033
Email: Diabetes@blackswanhealth.com.au

This Program brings diabetes educators and dietitians, together with podiatrists and physiotherapists to support GPs in diabetes care. Clients are provided with a complementary glucometer if self blood glucose monitoring is identified to be suitable. As part of education, sessions utilise the annual cycle of care plan to inform clients of the target guidelines for diabetes.

The session provides clients with skills and knowledge on topics such as self blood glucose monitoring and HbA1c, healthy eating, active lifestyle changes, medication and communicating with your Health Care Team. The diabetes educators and dietitians offer follow up consultations for clients as required, including the scheduled three, six and 12 months review appointments which are undertaken on a one to one appointment or as a group review.

Our experienced team reinforces goal setting to facilitate adopting strategies to empower people with Diabetes in self management skills, enabling clients to make informed lifestyle and behaviour choices and linking in with their local services.

Referrals are welcome for people over the age of 18 who require education and further specialist services to manage Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes; Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA [1.5]); Patients who are "at risk" of developing type 2 diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease (CVD); and/or are experiencing impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) or impaired fasting glucose (IFG).

Diabetes Education Resources
MDP GP Referral Form
PNML Diabetes Risk Assesment Tool
3 day Intake Diary for RACF
3 day Intake Diary for HCP and HACC
Contact:Team Leader Phone: (08) 9201 0044 Fax: (08) 9201 0033
Email:

Living Longer, Living Stronger is an evidence based strength training program for people over the age of 50 years. It aims to maximise opportunities for people to engage in affordable, high quality, individualised exercise programs. These exercise sessions are run by physiotherapists, allowing us to accommodate clients with chronic conditions who may require a higher level of supervision in order to be able to exercise safely.

Access to the program
All participants must be referred by a medical practitioner to ensure they meet the inclusion criteria. The Program referral form can be downloaded here. All clients are required to attend a free one on one initial assessment with one of the program physiotherapists. During this assessment the physiotherapist will record some baseline measures and design an individual exercise program for the client. Any client may be excluded from the program if eligibility criteria is not met.

Program outline Clients are required to attend two exercise sessions per week for a period of 12 weeks. The sessions will be run as small groups (maximum of 5 participants per group), with each session lasting 45 minutes. We encourage clients to take the time to socialise with their fellow group members after each session, with tea and coffee provided for this purpose.

Following completion of the twelve week program, the client will attend a re-assessment session with the physiotherapist to allow for re-testing of baseline measures and referral on to other appropriate facilities to continue their exercise routine.

Program costs
The initial one-on-one assessment with the physiotherapist is provided free of charge. Each of the 24 exercise sessions will cost $10.00, resulting in a total cost of $240.00 over 12 weeks. This fee may be paid on a per session basis, or as a lump sum. Some clients may be able to claim rebates from private health funds – contact your health insurer to find out more.

GP referral is essential, please download the referral form by searching the resource centre or by clicking here.
Contact:Team Leader Phone: (08) 9201 0044 Fax: (08) 9201 0033
Email:

The STEPS Program delivers group education sessions currently being held every two weeks. Through the program, patients attend a series of group education sessions over two days. These sessions are run by a behavioural medicine specialist, a physiotherapist and a pain specialist. The STEPS program is a broad approach to the management of the patient’s pain problem, with the emphasis on involving the patient in each step of their care, by providing them with accurate information about the management of pain.

Patients will then return to their primary practitioner to discuss and implement their Pain Management Plan. The sessions are located at the Black Swan Health Limited Osborne Park location: 4/137 Main St, Osborne Park WA 6017. To be eligible for referral, patients need to:
  • Referred with chronic pain (> 3months)
  • Living within the Perth Metro region, or visiting a GP within the Perth North metro region.
  • Suitable for participation in group education.
  • Agree to complete pre-entry questionnaire to assist in triaging process.
  • Have an English language capacity sufficient to understand the written and spoken materials being presented; and
  • Be able to give voluntary, informed consent for the ongoing collection of audit data.

Exclusion Criteria
  • Palliative cancer pain
  • Patients who require an interpreter service
  • Patients who are not suitable for the group based education and skills program

Please note patients with a high dose of opioids and those with probable dominant post herpetic neuralgia or diabetic neuropathy may be seen by the Pain Team prior to admission to the STEPS sessions.

To refer patients to the program, please fill in the Self Training Educative Pain Program (STEPS) referral form.
Contact:Team Leader Phone: (08) 9201 0044 Fax: (08) 9201 0033
Email:

Black Swan Health will be shutting down on Thursday, 24 of December 2015 at 5.00PM and will be re-opening on Monday, 4 of January 2016. General ATAPS and ATAPS Tier 2 referrals will be processed up until Monday, 21st December 2015 at 12 PM and the remaining referrals will be put on hold. When Black Swan Health re-open on 4th January 2016 at 8AM, the ATAPS Team will process the remaining referrals. For more information, please contact Black Swan Health’s ATAPS Team on 9201 0044 or ataps@blackswanhealth.com.au.
The Black Swan Health Limited Mental Health initiative aims to assist general practice to improve management and support of patients with Mental Health issues through regular education, practical resources and continual support. The Access To Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) Program provides minimal cost access to allied psychological services for patients experiencing mental health problems.

This component of the Better Outcomes in Mental Health Program is designed to provide GPs with support from psychologists in treating people with a mental health disorder. The service is particularly suitable for low-income earners.

ATAPS Psychologists can provide the most appropriate Focused Psychological Strategy included under the Better Outcomes in Mental Health Care Initiative. There is a small co-payment required by the patient. These time limited, evidence based strategies include:
  • Psycho-Education (including Motivational Interviewing)
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Cognitive Interventions
  • Relaxation Strategies
  • Skills Training
  • Interpersonal Therapy

Who can refer to this service?
All referrals to this Program requires a GP Mental Health Care Plan (Item 2700/2701/2715/2717). GPs are no longer required to have completed Level 1 training or to be registered with Medicare Australia to refer under this Program.

To download the ATAPS Referral Form, click here.
To download the ATAPS Referral Guidelines, click here.
Contact:ATAPS Team Phone: (08) 9201 0044
Email: lighthouseprogram@blackswanhealth.com.au
Email is for contact purposes only. Please forward all referrals by secure fax. Black Swan Health will be shutting down on Thursday, 24 of December 2015 at 5.00PM and will be re-opening on Monday, 4 of January 2016.


Lighthouse Suicide Prevention program currently has no availability to accept new referrals until Wednesday, 06 January 2016. All referrals received from Thursday, 24th December 2015, at 12PM until Wednesday, 06th January 2016 at 8AM will be redirected to the ATAPS 24/7 Suicide Support Line (1800 859 585) for management.
When Black Swan Health re-open in January, the ATAPS team will contact the ATAPS 24/7 Suicide Support Line for a status update for each client and to direct eligible clients to a provider for a face to face as soon as possible.

The Lighthouse Suicide Prevention Program assists GPs to manage and support patients who are at low to mild risk of suicide and self-harm. This free service provides psychological support to patients over a two month period.

This Program is available to patients referred by their GP, and who:
  • are at low or mild risk of suicide
  • are over the age of 14; and
  • attends a GP practicing within the Perth North metro area or the patient resides within the area.

This Program is not suited to patients who:
  • are at significant risk of suicide (see Risk Assessment Guide);
  • have made a suicide attempt in the last month;
  • are currently being managed by the State Government Mental Health Service;
  • have been discharged from hospital in the last 5 days for a mental health admission;
  • exhibit aggressive behaviour towards service providers; or
  • have dementia, delirium, or enduring developmental/mental disabilities.

Lighthouse Suicide Prevention Program is unable to support clients who are currently involved in any workers compensation, family court, or other legal processes.

Please note: This is not an emergency or crisis service. For immediate response to suicidal ideation, please contact:
  • Mental Health Emergency Response Line: 1300 555 788
  • Crisis Care: 9223 1111
  • Lifeline: 13 11 14
  • Or attend your nearest Emergency Department
  • Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
  • Royal Perth Hospital
  • Joondalup Health Campus

What the Program provides:
  • Free counselling sessions with an Allied Mental Health Professional (credentialed in Suicide Prevention) for up to two months.
  • Telephone contact with the patient within 24 hours of referral, and a first appointment offered within 72 hours of referral.
  • 24 Hour Support via the ATAPS Suicide Support Line (1800 859 585).
  • Formal liaison between Allied Mental Health Professional and GP regarding ongoing patient support and referral throughout the service.

Referral Process
GPs can make referrals to this Program 24 hours a day by secure fax to (08) 6316 0412 utilising the Lighthouse Suicide Prevention Program Referral Form

Resources for GPs
GP Referral Guidelines
GP Referral Form

Resources for Patients
ATAPS Suicide Support Line (1800 859 585). More information about this service is available at: ATAPS Suicide Support Line
Phone: (08) 9301 8900 Fax: (08) 9301 0859
Email: info@headspacejoondalup.com.au
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Black Swan Health Limited is the lead agency for headspace Joondalup - a FREE youth health service for anyone aged between 12 and 25.

What does headspace do?
Have you been?
  • Not sleeping well or sleeping too much
  • Finding it hard to concentrate
  • Wanting to cut down your drinking or drug use
  • Bullied, hurt or sexually harassed
  • Feeling like you are not coping

Have you thought about talking to someone? headspace Joondalup is a good place to start!

headspace staff can help you with things like:
  • Mental health issues
  • General physical health
  • Sexual health
  • Family & relationships
  • Drug & alcohol issues
  • Education & training
  • Sexuality issues
  • Accommodation

What you can expect from headspace Joondalup:
  • To be seen as quickly as possible
  • Respect - no matter what the issue is
  • Friendly and non-judgemental staff
  • Easy referral to other health and youth workers

Where should I start?
You can call headspace Joondalup between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday on 9301 8900.

If the call is regarding services for yourself or any referrals, an initial phone consultation will be conducted where a trained headspace worker will:
  • conduct a brief assessment of what you are wanting help with;
  • explain the services we are able to provide; and
  • develop a plan for how your needs can be best met.

Alternatively, you can email info@headspacejoondalup.com.au with your contact details and a headspace worker will contact you.

If you are in crisis please contact emergency services:
  • Kids Help Line - 1800 55 1800
  • Lifeline Australia - 13 11 14

headspace Joondalup Resources
Click here to download the referral form.
Click here to download the referral guidelines.

For more information, please visit headspace.org
Phone: (08) 9208 9555 Fax: (08) 9208 9599
Email: info@headspaceospk.com.au
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Black Swan Health Limited is the lead agency for headspace Osborne Park - a FREE youth health service for anyone aged between 12 and 25.

What does headspace do?
Have you been?
  • Not sleeping well or sleeping too much
  • Finding it hard to concentrate
  • Wanting to cut down your drinking or drug use
  • Bullied, hurt or sexually harassed
  • Feeling like you are not coping

Have you thought about talking to someone? headspace Osborne Park is a good place to start!

headspace staff can help you with things like:
  • Mental health issues
  • General physical health
  • Sexual health
  • Family & relationships
  • Drug & alcohol issues
  • Education & training
  • Sexuality issues
  • Accommodation

What you can expect from headspace Osborne Park:
  • To be seen as quickly as possible
  • Respect - no matter what the issue is
  • Friendly and non-judgemental staff
  • Easy referral to other health and youth workers

Where should I start?
You can call headspace Osborne Park between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday on 9208 9555.

If the call is regarding services for yourself or any referrals, an initial phone consultation will be conducted where a trained headspace worker will:
  • conduct a brief assessment of what you are wanting help with;
  • explain the services we are able to provide; and
  • develop a plan for how your needs can be best met.

Alternatively, you can email info@headspaceospk.com.au with your contact details and a headspace worker will contact you.

If you are in crisis please contact emergency services:
  • Kids Help Line - 1800 55 1800
  • Lifeline Australia - 13 11 14

headspace Osborne Park Resources
Click here to download the referral form and guidelines.

For more information, please visit headspace.org
Contact: PIR Team Leader Phone: (08) 9201 0044 Fax: (08) 9201 0033
Email: PIR@blackswanhealth.com.au

"Recovery is a process of change whereby individuals work to improve their own health and wellness and to live a meaningful life in a community of their choice while striving to achieve their full potential."
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration, 2011


The Partners in Recovery (PIR) initiative aims to support people with severe, persistent mental illness with unmet needs, their carers and families through enabling multiple sectors, services and supports to work together for their well-being.

PIR Perth North Metro works together with people who:
  • Have long-term, severe problems with their mental health
  • Have unmet needs that can’t be addressed by just one support service
  • Are struggling to get the help they need from other places
  • Want to work with someone to make things better

PIR shared goals:
  • People with severe and persistent mental illness are recognised for their strengths and valued by their local community.
  • People are supported by PIR to improve their own health and wellness and be contributing citizens, living in their own community, making positive choices, engaged in meaningful relationships and pursuing things that are important to them.
  • Carers understand how to access services and support and are confident that the system will identify and respond positively to the needs of people they care for.
  • Organisations in the Perth north metropolitan region actively support people with mental illness by responding promptly, facilitating connections and tailoring services and support to assist them in their recovery journey.

Making a referral to start your journey:
If you, or a family member, are ready to start on a journey to recovery, contact the PIR Perth North Metro Team on 9201 0044 or email PIR@blackswanhealth.com.au

We will then ask you some simple questions to help us understand whether we can help you and if so, you will be referred to a local service where a PIR support facilitator will assess your needs and work with you to build a personal action plan for recovery. This will involve looking at your life, where you are now, where you want to be and how you can get there, including what supports you need along the way. The support facilitator will then, with your permission begin the process of arranging for those supports to be put in place and will meet with you on a regular basis to discuss your progress.

To download the PIR Perth North Metro Information for Individuals and Families click here.
To download the PIR Perth North Metro Referral Form click here.

Please note: Partners in Recovery does NOT offer a crisis or emergency response.

If you are in crisis, please contact:
  • The Mental Health Emergency Response Line on 1300 555 788 or;
  • The Crisis Care Helpline on 9223 1111

Working with people
At PIR Perth North Metro, we work alongside people to help them get the support they need. Our support facilitators help people to:
  • Make plans about working towards improving health and wellness;
  • Find the right places to get help;
  • Make sure that different services meet their needs;
  • Coordinate different services;
  • Help find solutions to practical problems – like housing and health needs; and
  • Keep working towards recovery.

Working with local community
PIR Perth North Metro has support facilitators working in the following community agencies throughout the region:
  • Perth Home-care Services
  • Uniting Care West
  • Mental Illness Fellowship of Western Australia
  • Womens Health and Family Services

We work at the local level to understand the needs of people in our region.

As the lead agency for PIR Perth North Metro, Black Swan Health has employed dedicated Partners in Recovery Team who provide operational support in the implementation of the Program. Their work involves ensuring mechanisms are in place for the effective operation of the Program, within a collective impact model and with the goal of improving outcomes for the individual as well as facilitating an improved system response.

Working Together - The Collective Impact Framework
The Partners in Recovery initiative operates within a Collective Impact Framework. The principles of collective impact are:
  • Setting a common agenda;
  • Having a shared identity, resources and mutually reinforcing activities;
  • Shared and transparent measurement approaches;
  • Continuous communication; and
  • A backbone organisation to co-ordinate the group.

This means organisations involved are both committed to working together and committed to doing things differently, under the banner of Partners in Recovery with the aim of providing better services to people with severe and persistent mental health issues.

The Consortium who oversees PIR Perth North Metro comprises of:
  • Aftercare
  • Anglicare WA Inc
  • Carer representative
  • Consumer representative
  • WA Council on Addictions (Cyrenian House)
  • MAXimus Solutions Australia (Max Employment)
  • Mental Illness Fellowship of WA
  • Neami International
  • North Metro Health Service Mental Health
  • Perth Home Care Services
  • Perth North Metro Medicare Local (Lead Agency)
  • Ruah Community Services
  • Southern Cross Care WA
  • Uniting Care West
  • Womens Health and Family Services

Useful documents available for download:
PIR Perth North Metro Referral Form
PIR Information booklet
Contact: Louise Papps Phone: 0412 102 590 Fax: (08) 9201 0033
Email: louise.papps@blackswanhealth.com.au

Respiratory Linkage is a free service that aims to educate and support respiratory clients with condition management, to improve their lifestyle and maximise health potential. With effective management, disease progression may be slowed and hospital admissions prevented/reduced. Respiratory Linkage delivers integrated and coordinated care through collaboration with existing services both within local hospitals and primary health care.

Clients are individually reviewed by a respiratory nurse specialist. Reviews may be in a clinic settings (Joondalup or Osborne Park), at the clients home, or by phone at the discretion of the respiratory nurse.

The Northern Easy Breathers Support Group operates from Heathridge Leisure Centre and clinical support is provided by the respiratory nurse.

Respiratory Linkage promotes evidence-based practice management for respiratory clients incorporating:
  • Detailed history taking
  • Spirometry
  • Condition education and management
  • Respiratory medication review and education.
  • Review and education of Inhaler technique
  • Pneumonia and influenza vaccination status Preventing/minimising exacerbations and hospitalisation:
  • Timely recognition of exacerbations
  • Development of Action Plans (in consultation with GP or respiratory physician)
  • Promotion of and linkages with pulmonary rehabilitation Psychosocial Support:
  • symptom assessment and monitoring of functional capacity
  • monitoring of symptoms for anxiety and depression
  • coping strategies
    Complex Care Planning:
  • on-referrals and integration of services
  • Advanced Care Planning

This service runs Monday to Thursday
There is no cost
Referrals accepted from Health Care Professionals

Eligibility
Confirmed respiratory condition:
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (FEV1 <60% predicted or multiple exacerbations in the previous 12 months)
  • Bronchiectasis (not Cystic Fibrosis)
  • Interstitial Lung Disease
  • Living in Black Swan Health catchment

To access the Respiratory Linkage Program Referral form, click here.
To view the Northern Easy Breathers Support Group information flyer, click here.
Contact information:
Phone: (08) 9301 8999 Fax: (08) 9301 1325
Email: hYEPPReferral@headspacejoondalup.com.au

The headspace Young Early Psychosis Program offers early intervention and specialist support services to young people experiencing or at risk of psychosis. The Program operates from Joondalup, Osborne Park and Midland locations and focusses on early intervention, aiming to prevent disruptions in a young person's life and lessen the duration of untreated psychosis. It offers intensive integrated services including case management for young people and their families for up to five years.

The Program Offers:
  • Evidenced based early treatment with a multidisciplinary team
  • Psycho eduction
  • Psychiatric Support
  • GP Services
  • Comprehensive recovery programs
  • Outreach Services
  • After Hours and Crisis Support
  • Support for Families and Friends

Eligibility Criteria:
Young People who are:
  • 12 to 25 years old
  • Young people who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis, or
  • Young people who are at risk of developing psychosis. This may include young people who have a family history of psychosis, have a decline in functionality, and/or have transient psychotic symptons.

Exclusion Criteria:
  • Under the age of 12 years or over the age of 25 years old at time of referral
  • Aged between 15-25 years who have had more than 12 months of treatment for psychosis by another mental health service or Private Psychiatrist / General Practitioner
  • Present with symptoms only in the context of substance intoxication
  • More likely to benefit from some other service or program

Referral Process GPs and other health care professionals can make referrals to the Program by secure fax (08 9301 1325) or email (hYEPPReferral@headspacejoondalup.com.au) Please contact us on 08 9301 8999 for more information on the referral process.
Download the hYEPP Referral Form here
Download the hYEPP Service Criteria Information
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Osborne Park
137 Main Street, Osborne Park, WA, 6017

Joondalup
Sanori House, Suite G8, 126 Grand Boulevard, Joondalup, WA, 6027


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