Current Programs & Projects

Mental Health Nurse Care Program - Darling Downs
Rural Primary Health Service (RPHS) Program - North Burnett

RHealth has been managing the Rural Primary Health Service (RPHS) program, on behalf of the Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast Primary Health Network (CQWBSC PHN), since 2015. This program operates in the Wide Bay region with a focus on the North Burnett.

The Rural Primary Health Service program allows those living with a Chronic Disease to access a variety of Allied Health Professional services. RHealth works closely with the regions GPs and the Wide Bay Health & Hospital Service to provide a co-ordinated, multi-disciplinary based approach to each client’s health care needs, encouraging people in rural and remote areas to adopt or modify behaviours to better manage their health and wellbeing.

RHealth also provides high-quality data collection, management and reporting services for this program to the CQWBSC PHN, to ensure services are being provided for those most in need in the rural and remote areas of the Wide Bay.

For more information, please call RHealth on (07) 4638 1377.

Health Service Navigator Program - Darling Downs
headspace Warwick

headspace Warwick is a health service for those aged between 12 and 25 years, providing support for general health, mental health, drug and alcohol issues, and employment and educational support. The focus of headspace Warwick is on early intervention and having a one stop shop approach to health issues.

RHealth is the Lead Agency, and as part of the consortium works in partnership with Drug-Arm, Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service District, Southern Downs Regional Council, Artius and Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE.

The headspace Warwick office is located in Warwick and services the Southern Downs region.

What services does headspace Warwick have available?

Our Youth Engagement Officer provides a range of programs and services ranging from a weekly gaming group to weekly exercise classes as well as one on one support for young people.

Care Coordinators offer support to young people by helping put together a tailored care plan for each client. The Care Coordinator is there to help guide and support a young person through the headspace experience and advocates on their behalf in and out of the headspace environment.

There are appointments available within headspace Warwick with a variety of other Mental Health Professionals (eg Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Counsellors), if a need is identified with a young person.

Visit the headspace Warwick website here.

Partners in Recovery - Warwick and Goondiwindi