The Wellbeing Unit

The Wellbeing unit starts from a position of cultural sensitivity and respect to deliver individualised, holistic intervention, treatment and management services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of the Katherine Region.

The unit also delivers community engagement and development activities that promote living socially and emotionally healthy lifestyle.

What to see us for

You can come and see us for support for the following:

  • Mental Health and Counselling Services
  • Psychological Services
  • Social and Emotional Wellbeing Services
  • Community education and information sessions
  • Assistance with resolving housing issues, understanding Centrelink payments and advocacy support.

How to contact us

Ring 08 8972 9180 to speak to a Wellbeing staff member, arrange an appointment or arrange transport

How to see us

You can phone and ask to talk to one of our specially trained staff, including to request a home visit.

You can come to the main reception during our operating hours and ask to see the Wellbeing Unit team especially, or you can talk to staff in the main clinic as well with any social and emotional health matters

We have comfortable and private rooms where you can come and talk

We will send out reminder letters and messages to you when you or your children are due for an appointment or other type of follow up care.

Our team

Our Wellbeing team are staffed by a Psychologist, Mental Health nurses, Social and Emotional Support Workers and Community Based Workers who have a strong background in Aboriginal wellbeing and mental health.


Our Wellbeing Unit  is funded by the Australian Government and the Northern Territory PHN.


Where you can find us

Nana and baby, Rockhole
Nana and baby, Rockhole
2015 Child Protection Week at Wurli – white balloon release with staff and clients
2015 Child Protection Week at Wurli – white balloon release with staff and clients