Moving forward as a team

The experience of a mental health condition not only affects the individual, but those closest to them. In your focus on someone else’s wellbeing, it’s sometimes easy to forget you could do with a bit of extra support too.

Family mental health and carer support

Being responsible for someone with a mental health condition isn’t a simple task. If you’re a family member or carer, you might be experiencing a range of emotions – including fear, isolation or even guilt.

Whatever you’re feeling is completely okay. But you don’t have to manage it alone. Talking with a professional, discussing problems you’re having, and seeking extra support can help ease some of the pressure.

At Stride, our services are designed to help carers and families across the full spectrum of mental health. From giving your child a head start in life, to starting a conversation with an anxious teen – all the way through to supporting individuals living with a psychosocial disability.

Our services

Putting families on the right path

Families and carers need mental health support too. With Family & Carers support, you can learn skills that support your own mental health, and the people you care for.

  • Located in Wollongong, Nowra and Hurstville
  • Individual and group programs
  • Tailored support for family members
  • Compassion and practical advice

Find support for someone in your care

We have a range of specialist support services for kids, young people and adults.

Kids

Young People

Adults

Stride have immensely improved my life and they worked really hard to do that.

NDIS Consumer

They got me NDIS, they never ever gave up on me even when I didn’t say or do the right things, they seem to get me and can relate to me. I’ve never met a kinder worker than the one I have.

NDIS Consumer

Find a Stride Service

We provide mental health services to everyone, from babies and their parents – all the way through to people in their sixties.

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Get in touch with the team at 1300 00 1907 or [email protected]

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Find out more about us and the ways we support people experiencing a mental health concern.

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