Help for Health Professionals affected by the Bushfires

As bushfires continue to burn in multiple states, the impact on those health professionals supporting affected communities may be starting to take its toll.  The health and wellbeing of allied health professionals is in the forefront of our minds. 

The CRANAplus Bush Support Services is a 24-hour free and confidential telephone phone counselling service for rural and remote area health professionals and their families. You do not need to be a member of CRANAplus to access this service.

The Bush Support Services engages qual­i­fied psy­chol­o­gists expe­ri­enced in the remote sec­tor and with first-hand knowledge of the best resources for those with unique sup­port needs. They under­stand the par­tic­u­lar men­tal health of both Indige­nous and non-Indige­nous remote health work­ers is a result of the unique nature of remote work. The high­ly skilled team includes two Aborig­i­nal and Tor­res Strait Islander psy­chol­o­gists avail­able for coun­selling and consultation.

It’s free and it’s con­fi­den­tial. You can also remain anony­mous at all times, if you wish.

Toll free 24hr Tele­phone Coun­selling every day of the year for ALL rural and remote health work­ers, ser­vice providers and their families.  
Call 1800 805 391 now!

Calls from mobile phones to the Bush Sup­port Ser­vices 1800 805 391 Toll Free Num­ber can be returned at the caller’s request.

For further information, visit the CRANAplus website.


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