headspace Esperance has opened its doors, providing young people and their families in the area access to youth friendly support to address mental health issues and other challenges affecting their wellbeing.
To celebrate, we are holding the official opening at 18 Andrew Street Esperance WA on the 18th November and the service will be opened by the Federal Member for O’Connor – Mr. Rick Wilson.
What can headspace Esperance help with?
If you're a young person aged between 12-25 years, headspace provides a range of services to improve your health and wellbeing. The service will provide local young people in the area with mental health and wellbeing, physical health and alcohol and other drugs support.
WA Primary Health Alliance, the operator of the state’s three Primary Health Networks, has engaged Hope Community Services to manage the delivery of the service as a satellite of the existing headspace centre in Kalgoorlie, benefiting from its expertise and resources.
headspace Kalgoorlie has supported local young people in the Goldfields in over 1300 sessions during the last 12 months, having a tangible and positive impact on the wellbeing of young people in the area.
The new satellite service in Esperance will mean local young people have access to the support they need, closer to home.
headspace Esperance will be open Tuesday 9am -5pm, Wednesday 9am-5pm and Thursday 11am-7pm.
Young people aged 12 to 25 can contact the service directly or be referred by their GP or mental health professional.
To find out more about headspace, please visit https://headspace.org.au/
headspace Esperance is located at 18 Andrew Street Esperance WA 6450
Telephone 08 9034 5160 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please contact Samantha Mitchley on 08 9021 5599 or at