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Headspace Bundaberg here for young people

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Cait, Cain and Tiffany at Headspace Bundaberg, which has put in place hygiene and physical distancing measures

COVID-19 is creating feelings of uncertainty within the community and headspace Bundaberg wants to remind young people we are an essential service and we’re here to support their mental health.

During this time, we are offering a combination of in-person, online and phone services.

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, headspace Bundaberg has put in place hygiene and physical distancing measures to ensure the safety of young people, family and friends, and staff working in the centre.

We strongly encourage young people who are feeling unwell or experiencing mild respiratory symptoms (runny nose, sore throat, cough or fever) to please phone before coming in.  

Supporting young people in challenging times is crucial and headspace Bundaberg staff are dedicated to ensuring that those who need it can access help.

For young people experiencing feelings of stress related to COVID-19, headspace has developed information which might be helpful to manage any changes to daily life as a result of containment measures.

Please visit the headspace website for more information.

headspace Bundaberg encourages young people, family and friends, and staff to also seek advice from a local community general practice or from government advice lines services such as the Health Direct website.

To make an appointment, refer a young person or to amend an appointment please call our centre reception on 4152 3931.

Further resources

Cristel Simmonds

Community & Youth Engagement Officer – headspace Bundaberg

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