If you or someone you know is struggling with Anxiety or Panic Attacks, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or an Eating Disorder…

 

PACE can help!

 

 

The PACE service provides a range of recovery services for people living with these issues, and those who support them.

 

Most of the PACE team are peer workers, which means they have experienced panic anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder or an eating disorder themselves, so they understand how difficult it can be, and they are living proof that recovery is possible.

 

 

For more information phone 1800 809 304 0r 8159 1400, or email pace@centacare.org.au

 


Information

 

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PACE Video

 

 

Centacare’s PACE – with PACE there’s hope. Services for individuals experiencing panic anxiety, OCD, eating disorders. From Centacare on Vimeo.

 


 

What we do

 

At PACE we offer the following specialist services:

 

Telephone support

Brief face to face support

Recovery support groups

Access to Peer Workers with lived experienced

Referral pathways

Information and strategies

Online support for those in rural or isolated locations

Advocacy supports

Workshops and seminars

Regular newsletter

 

Based at Centacare’s Seaton office, PACE provides a range of support and recovery services across South Australia.

 

PACE can be contacted on 1800 809 304 or 8159 1400, or email pace@centacare.org.au

 


 

Latest PACE News

 

PACE groups for 2017

 

PACE Recovery Support Groups for Panic and Anxiety, OCD, Eating Disorders and Hoarding will continue in 2017. For more information about our Recovery Support Groups visit the Recovery Groups page.

 

PACE will also continue to deliver the “Buried in Treasures” Hoarding Recovery Program in 2017. The next group will start in February and will  be held at the Enfield Community Centre. For more information visit the Recovery Groups page.

 

 

Change of date for December DAIR North group

 

The December date for the DAIR North group, which is held at the Bagster Rd Community Centre at Salisbury North, has been changed. The group was originally scheduled for Thursday December 22, but the Centre will be closed from December 16, so the session has been brought forward by one week to Thursday December 15. We apologise for any inconvenience.

 

 

PACE newsletter out now

 

The November edition of Keeping PACE is out now. You can access a copy by clicking here.

 

 

 


 

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