Reach Out & Stay Connected

If you’re in crisis, or worried about someone in a crisis: Yarn with someone you trust: a family member, friend, or someone in your community.

Use your phone to reach out – support is there.

Call or go to your local clinic or hospital:

Broome

9194 2222

Fitzroy Crossing

9166 1777

Kununurra

9166 4222

Wyndham

9161 0222

Derby

9193 3333

Halls Creek

9168 9222

ACCHOs and Health Centres

Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service

9192 1338

Derby Aboriginal Health Service

9158 4200

Yura Yungi Aboriginal Medical Service

9168 6266

Ord Valley Aboriginal Health Service

9166 2200

Beagle Bay Health Centre

9192 4914

Bidyadanga Health Centre

9192 4952

Balgo Health Centre

9168 8953

Bililuna Health Centre

9168 8144

Mulan Health Centre

9168 8133

If you are worried you or someone else is at risk of harming themselves or others, or in need of immediate help, call Emergency Services on 000 (Police and Ambulance).

Social and Emotional Wellbeing Resources to #StayConnected

play @ home headspace Broome employment pack

If you are interested in; gaining employment, changing jobs, want more hours, need support in your current role, interested in studying, unsure what career path is for you or want to learn to make an awesome resume…. Then this employment pack is for you. We have gathered some of our most used resources for you, we hope this helps! The headspace IPS team are here for you. 

Stay Connected and Reach Out Videos

Connection to Country – Di Appleby from Nyamba Buru Yawuru.

Connection to Spirit – Lloyd Pigram from Nyamba Buru Yawuru.

Connection to Mind – Jacob Smith Corpus from headspace Broome. 

Beagle Bay Coronavirus information – Albert Wiggan, Dwesmond Wiggan-Dann & Zoc Cox.

Connection to Family – Kera, Ulanda & Kezha from the Wirriya Liyan Working Group. 

Connection to Culture – Lalin Manado from Nyamba Buru Yawuru.

Connection to Mind – Brendan Cox from Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services, Social and Emotional Wellbeing Unit, with Stewart Jan from headspace Broome.

Stay Connected – Di Appleby from Nyamba Buru Yawuru.

Connection to Family – Mark Bin Barker, Chairperson of Kimberley Stolen Generation Aboriginal Corporation. 

Connection to Body – Frederick Murphy from Jalangoodoo Wamba Men’s Group

Connection to Body – Alden Lands, Tackling Indigenous Smoking Educator at Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service.

Connection to Family – Stewart Jan from headspace Broome.

Connection to Body – Prof. Juli Coffin from the Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) project Yawardani Jan-ga.

Crisis Support – Helen Ockerby, Garnduwa Culture, Art & Sport Manager.