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 8303 6660, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note that the PACE Service is funded to fill the gap for people who aren’t eligible for the NDIS, so we are unable to accept clients who have NDIS funding for anxiety, OCD or eating disorders.
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
PACE provides a range of support services in metropolitan Adelaide and across South Australia.
**During the COVID-19 crisis we are unable to provide face to face appointments, groups or presentations, but we can provide most services via phone or online. We offer:
- Individual appointments via phone or video chat
- Online recovery support groups
- Online presentations
PACE can be contacted on 8303 6660, or email email@example.com
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