Healthy Hub Connect launches integrated mental health support in Coffs Harbour

EACH CEO Natalie Sullivan and Healthy North Coast CEO Monika Wheeler at the Coffs Harbour launch of Healthy Hub Connect in Albany Street.

A NEW mental health service has arrived in Coffs Harbour.

Healthy Hub Connect is a collaborative effort between EACH (Eastern Access Community Health), The Buttery, Ability Options, Health Voyage and Wellways, and is funded by Healthy North Coast through the North Coast Public Health Network program – an initiative of the Australian Government.

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EACH CEO Natalie Sullivan was in Coffs for the official opening of what is now the largest primary mental health service in the North Coast of NSW.

She visited Healthy Hub Connect at Suite 4/73 Albany Street.

EACH will lead the partnership of the multidisciplinary teams of mental health workers, including psychologists, mental health nurses, social workers, and peer workers.

On offer are free or low-cost mental health support for individuals facing moderate to severe mental health challenges with extended support to families and carers.

Speaking at the launch Natalie Sullivan emphasised that affordable and accessible support are key to keeping people well and out of hospital.

“Anyone in need, particularly people with complex and co-occurring conditions, now have ready access to assistance.

“The services will play a crucial role in easing pressure on the health system by allowing people to get local care in their community,” she said.

Collaboration is pivotal in ensuring mental health services are readily available across our growing region.

“Partnerships are at the heart of this service, and they are enabling us to magnify our capacity, have measurable impact and create lasting change in the communities we support.”

Healthy North Coast CEO Monika Wheeler said the new Healthy Hub Connect is a great example of working in partnership with industry professionals and the community to transform the way mental health services are delivered across the region.

“This model of care will offer free and low-cost mental health support so that in a time of need children, young people and adults can receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time.”

For information on Healthy Hub Connect phone 1800 595 212 or email


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