Community Directory

Language
info-icon Language that the service is available in
Chinese(67)
info-icon Cantonese and/or Mandarin language services available

English(55)
info-icon English language services available

Others(2)
info-icon Other language services available

Treatment and Support
info-icon Treatment and support (clinical and non-clinical) services
Group therapy/treatment sessions(45)
info-icon Therapy or support in a group format

Individual therapy/treatment sessions(47)
info-icon One to one therapy for people with mental health problems

Assessment and/or triage(42)
info-icon Detailed assessments (e.g. psycho-educational assessments) or triage (screening to provide guidance on where the individual should receive treatment)

Caregiver Support(34)
info-icon Support services for the carers of people experiencing physical or mental health problems

Crisis Management(9)
info-icon Services for people who are in crisis and need immediate help

Halfway houses/Residential services(21)
info-icon These are live-in services, either for people who are transitioning out of inpatient services or the criminal justice system. Residential services may also be offered for the elderly, people with physical or learning disabilities, in crisis situations, and long term mental health needs

Hotline(17)
info-icon A telephone service

Rehabilitation(39)
info-icon Rehabilitation services may be offered for a range of settings, including substance misuse or physical injury and illness

Online Counselling(7)
info-icon Online mental health support provided by clinicians or volunteers, usually via e-chat

Advocacy(10)
info-icon Organisations that advocate change, action, education, or similar in mental health

Campaigns(19)
info-icon Organisations who organise campaigns relating to mental health

Community Group(52)
info-icon A community group that organises activities that may help people with mental health problems (e.g. gardening, arts and crafts)

Mental Health Education / Information(55)
info-icon Organisations who deliver mental health training or produce mental health education materials

Social Network(20)
info-icon A support group on social media for people with mental health problems or an interest in mental health

Social policy support(13)
info-icon Organisations who assist with reducing inequalities in accessing social care and healthcare

Vocational support(42)
info-icon Services who assist people with getting a job. These services may be particularly targeted at individuals with physical or mental health problems

Exercise group(16)
info-icon Organisations who organise group exercise sessions with an interest in mental health, e.g. hiking groups

Religion(7)
info-icon Religious-based support e.g. bible study

Service Population
info-icon The population that the service serves
Adolescent(66)
info-icon Age 12 to 18

Adult(60)
info-icon Age 18 to 65

Early Childhood(27)
info-icon Age 11 and under

Ethnic Minority(43)
info-icon Support for ethnic minority groups

Family(52)
info-icon Support for the whole family, e.g. family therapy

Females(63)
info-icon Support for females

Males(64)
info-icon Support for males

Senior(48)
info-icon Age 65 and above

Tertiary Education (Student)(43)
info-icon Usually age 18-25, post-secondary students or similar

Service Hours
info-icon What hours the service operates for
24-Hours(8)
info-icon Services that are available 24 hours a day

Available Weekends(31)
info-icon Services that are available Saturday and/or Sunday

Mental Health Condition
info-icon For specific mental health condition (note: clinical services usually address a mixture of these)
Addiction / Substance Misuse(39)
Anger(24)
Anxiety(45)
Bipolar Disorder(26)
Carers Support(22)
Depression(47)
Eating Disorders(25)
Insomnia(22)
Low Self Esteem(31)
Mood Disorders Support(47)
OCD(29)
Panic Attacks(30)
Paranoia(22)
Personality Disorders(21)
Phobias(30)
Postnatal Depression(21)
PTSD(27)
Schizophrenia(23)
Self Harm / Suicidal Feelings(7)
Stress(35)

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