We help Australians of all ages to thrive, by supporting them with many types of health issues and through all stages of their health journey. Our services are client-centric – you have the choice and control over the decisions that affect you.
Marathon Health has seven health service focus areas:
Strong Minds Western NSW provides access to free and effective mental health services for people aged over 12, living in regional, rural and remote NSW.
NewAccess, developed by Beyond Blue, is a free mental health coaching program for anyone aged 12 and over who’s stressed, or feeling anxious or overwhelmed about everyday life issues, such as work, study, relationships and loneliness.
The Optimal Health Program – Workplace Wellbeing (OHPWW) is an evidence-based program with validated tools that ensures participants continually build capacity to take control of managing their own wellbeing.
The Indigenous Chronic Disease (ICD) Clinic serves as a one-stop shop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with chronic health needs.
The Integrated Team Care program supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with chronic disease in the Murrumbidgee region. Working with your GP, our care coordinators will support you to access the right health services and may be able to help you meet related costs.
This service offers wide-ranging, culturally sensitive supports covering mental and physical health, healing, housing, education, employment, finance, social life, welfare, domestic violence, and drug and alcohol.
Health Ears, Better Hearing, Better Listening is delivered through schools and preschools to provide hearing screening and audiology management for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young adults (aged 0-21).
The Medical Outreach Indigenous Chronic Disease Program supports medical specialists and allied health providers to deliver services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in regional areas.
The Bathurst Indigenous Eye Care Pathway connects eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients to bulk billed specialist eye services through an Optometry and Ophthalmology Clinic.
Winya Marang is a diabetes support program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Wellington – it supports families to break away from the cycle of diabetes.
Funded by the Australian Sports Commission's Move It AUS Participation Grant Program, Walang Yinhaa (strong women) aims to encourage and empower Aboriginal women and girls living in rural and remote communities in NSW to ‘Find Their 30’ minutes of daily exercise.
The Deadly Murun_garra ("to be alive") program provides culturally safe and relevant, first aid and CPR training to Aboriginal people and the local community.
The Integrated Care Coordination service is for people living with chronic disease and any associated complex health care needs. Working with your GP, our care coordinators will support you to achieve improved health outcomes.
Our Credentialed Diabetes Educators provide specialist services for adults diagnosed with pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes.
A Home Medication Review (HMR) is designed to maximise the benefit of your medications and minimise any medication-related problems. This service is currently available in Bathurst.
Our accredited dietitians provide expert advice and practical guidance to help you reach your goals. They're experienced in the areas of chronic disease management and prevention, bariatric surgery, weight gain/loss, childhood nutrition, nutrition in the elderly and more.
Our occupational therapists will work with you to help you participate in the things you need to do, want to do and are expected to do.
The Rural Health Outreach Funds program supports specialists to deliver outreach health services to people living in regional, rural or remote communities.
The Wellness and Resilience Achieved Through Allied Health (WARATAH) program aims to increase access to allied health services and improve the overall health and wellbeing of those at risk or vulnerable within the Murrumbidgee region.
Our After Hours GP services in Bathurst and Dubbo provide urgent (but not emergency) primary care, outside of normal business hours.
The Individual Placement Support program supports young people aged 12-25 to find and keep employment with an employer that respects their needs.
Through the Western NSW (WNSW) PHN Speech Pathology program, we provide 10 speech pathology visits per year, to support children with speech and language difficulties, across Western NSW.
Marathon Health is a registered provider of supports under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Our person-centred approach means our experienced allied health and support coordination team will work with you and your family or carers to make sure you can access the supports you want.
The After Hours Crisis Referral Service (AHCRS) assists NDIS participants (aged 18 and over) with complex needs who are experiencing a crisis that is related to a breakdown of their usual disability related supports.
Marathon Health is the AHCRS program provider nationwide.
headspace is a free, youth-friendly service for all young people aged 12-25 and covers four main areas: mental health, physical health, work and study support, and alcohol and other drug services.
The Youth Plus clinic is a brief intervention service available in the Lithgow area, that offers young people aged 12-25, who are in crisis, a set of specific individual appointments.
Key Word Sign is the combination of manual signs and natural gesture, used to support communication. It is a simplified form of signing, designed for use with children and adults who have communication difficulties.
Developed by Optimal Health, Psychological First Aid is designed to provide you with the skills to respond and support someone in crisis by applying the principles of Trauma Informed Care, the application of Psychological First Aid, while maintaining good self-care.
Developed by Optimal Health, the Mental Health Literacy course develops people’s ability to obtain, process and understand mental health information needed to make appropriate health decisions.
Like traditional first aid, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a set of practical strategies to support someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis; until professional help is sought or the crisis resolves.
If you would like any information about any of our services, please call the Services Access Line: 1300 402 585