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 pace@centacare.org.au



*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:


PACE can be contacted on 8303 6660, or email pace@centacare.org.au





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Latest PACE News


Upcoming online community presentations


Over the next few weeks PACE, in partnership with the Salisbury Library Service, will be hosting a series of online mental health and wellbeing workshops. Starting on the the 1st of September, the sessions will be held fortnightly on Tuesday afternoons from 1.30-3.00pm. PACE will deliver the following sessions:

  • September 1: Thriving in a crisis: Strategies for managing worry, stress and anxiety
  • September 15: Journey to recovery from anxiety
  • September 29: Journey to recovery from OCD
  • October 13: Journey to recovery from and eating disorder
  • October 27: Managing anxiety and depression


These sessions will all be held online through Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent to you in a confirmation email once you have registered.


You can register for any of these sessions on the Eventbrite website:




Face to face appointments and groups to resume


The easing of COVID-19 restrictions at the end of June means that we are now able to offer face to face services again. We can see clients at any of our offices across the metropolitan region, and can also offer home appointments in some cases. All of our Recovery Support Groups groups will resume after the July school holidays. For more information about our groups visit the Recovery Groups page.


PACE newsletter out now


The latest edition of Keeping PACE is out now. You can access a copy by clicking the following link:


Keeping PACE August 2020


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