Call (08) 8448 9100 or ask the ambulance to take you there.
I loved hearing about this new approach to care in a mental health crisis, a real alternative to the Emergency Department
Here are the notes we took during their talk. Please note that they our notes, ie our interpretation of what was said: Notes about UMHCC talk
The centre is at 215 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. It is open 24/7, every day of the year. You can ask the ambulance to take you there or self-refer (it is best to phone first on 8448 9100). Their website is umhcc.org.au
Robyn and the Committee
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