Meeting young people’s needs
Rural Youth Mental Health Service (RYMH) offers early intervention services for young people (12-25) with, or at risk of, mental illness.
For young people not already in contact with a support service, or who find it difficult to access or engage with a service, RYMH will be there to help them make a positive change. Young people can ask for support from the program themselves, or be referred by a community organisation.
Rural Youth Mental Health services include:
- One on one services with a mental health professional.
- Information about wellbeing and health through self services available online or in person in your community networks.
- Referrals and case management.
- Groups tailored to local community needs to promote social and emotional wellbeing.
Rural Youth Mental Health services the following areas in Western NSW: