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 in South Australia.
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 email@example.com
What we do
At PACE we offer the following specialist services:
Brief face to face support
Access to Peer Workers with lived experienced
Information and strategies
Online support for those in rural or isolated locations
PACE provides a range of support and recovery services in metropolitan Adelaide and across South Australia.
PACE can be contacted on 1800 809 304 or 8159 1400, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Latest PACE News
Change to Panic and Anxiety groups at Elizabeth
From July PACE will no longer offer two Panic and Anxiety Recovery Support Groups at Elizabeth. The morning group will continue but we will no longer offer a group in the afternoon. People who have previously attended the afternoon group are welcome to attend the morning group. For information about dates and times for our support groups visit the Recovery Groups page of this site.
New Buried in Treasures program in the South
PACE will deliver another Buried in Treasures Hoarding Recovery Program during the second half of 2018. Buried in Treasures is a 15 session structured program designed to help people understand why they hoard, and learn strategies to help them overcome the issue. The program will be held on Wednesday mornings at the City of Marion council offices. To access a copy of the flyer for the program click here.
For more information give us a call on 8159 1400 or send us an email at email@example.com
Invitation to participate in study on Social Work services for male eating disorders
Do social workers working in the area of eating disorders perceive themselves to possess the knowledge, skills, training and resources to assist male clients with eating disorders? This is the question being asked in a new research project. The study is being conducted by Finola Sulman as part of her Masters of Social Work degree at Monash University. If you are a social worker who works with males with eating disorders you are invited to participate in the study. For more information or to participate in the study visit:
PACE newsletter out now
The May edition of Keeping PACE is out now. You can access a copy by clicking here.
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