Mental Health | Marathon Health
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When you’ve got too much on your mind and aren’t feeling like yourself, or daily activities just seem like too much to cope with, talking to a mental health professional can make a real difference.

Our experienced team will listen and help you get back on track. All our mental health services are free and tailored to different needs and levels of support required – find out more.

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Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Program

Living with a severe mental illness can impact many parts of your life, from employment, relationships, getting involved in things you want to do, daily activities and education.


Flood Recovery Wellbeing Program

Floods impact everyone in a community both at the time and ongoing. It is important to take care of your mental health through these difficult times. When you are ready, there are services available to provide support.


Optimal Health Program – Workplace Wellbeing

We spend most of our time in the workplace which makes it the ideal environment to notice when someone might need support.


Strong Minds Western

We all have good mental health days and bad mental health days. Sometimes the bad days start to outnumber the good and you need extra support. Talking to a mental health professional can help you manage the times when it all feels like too much.


Youth Outreach Project

Young people in regional communities experience significantly higher rates of mental health concerns, and have limited access to readily available support.

Page last updated: 20 November 2023