Headspace Ashfield will celebrate its official launch this Friday, inviting members of the public to come and learn about its services.
Headspace Ashfield opened its doors on the 9th of March this year.
The new headspace means young people living locally will have access to mental and general health services, as well as drug and alcohol support.
Headspace plays a critical role in helping young people across Australia get their lives back on track.
It offers a range of services for young people aged 12-25 who are seeking information on their physical or sexual health, emotional well-being, employment and education and other general health concerns.
I’m pleased that young people across the inner west will have better access to mental health services.
I am committed to making sure we continue to see funding for these initiatives and wish headspace Ashfield all the best as it supports young people in our community.
People aged 12-25 seeking help for a mental health issue should contact headspace at www.headspace.org.au