The campaign will help people feel more confident to start a conversation about mental health with friends, family and colleagues and will also encourage people to seek help and talk over their concerns with a GP.
Small Talk, Big Difference services are available to the following regions: Cloncurry • McKinlay • Richmond • Flinders • Winton • Burke • Carpentaria.
Learn how to build and maintain stronger connections
Get more comfortable having challenging conversations, it could save a life.
Having a hard time?
Other support resources:
Local General Practice clinics:
> Richmond Surgery 58 Crawford St, Richmond Ph: 07 4741 3390
> Hughenden Health Service Richmond Hill Dr, Hughenden Ph: 07 4741 2800
> Flinders Medical Centre 4/5/27 Ramsay St, Cloncurry Ph: 07 4742 2233
> Julia Creek Medical Centre Hospital 1 Burke St, Julia Creek Ph: 07 4746 7159
> Gidgee Healing Medical Centre 32 Brown Street, Normanton Ph: 07 4769 7000
> Burketown Primary Health Care Clinic Burketown Health Centre Hospital Rd, Burketown Ph: 07 4745 5133
> Winton Medical Practice Lot 15, Corner Blomfield and Oondooroo Street, Winton Ph: 07 4657 2755
24-hour specialist mental healthcare access line
1300 MH CALL (1300 642255) is a confidential mental health telephone triage service that provides the first point of contact to public mental health services to Queenslanders.
Seek help – it’s normal to do so and it works:
• Mental health concerns can impact anyone. You are not alone, there is a way through. Make that call and help yourself or a mate.
• Get in touch with your local GP to chat about options available for accessing mental health services in your local area.
• Download and listen to out podcasts or read our mental health Guides.
• Attend one of our webinars focussed on helping yourself and others.