New headspace Service for Edmondson Park

A new headspace centre will open in Edmondson Park in south-west Sydney in the coming months.
headspace is the primary national platform for young people aged 12-25 years old who are
experiencing, or at risk of, mild to moderate mental illness.
headspace services provide care in four key areas – mental health, related physical and sexual
health, alcohol and other drug support, and vocational services.
The new headspace Edmondson Park will be located at Shop AG02 Edmondson Square, 52
Soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park NSW 2174.
The centre is easily accessible by walking, car, bus and train services.
The centre will offer holistic mental health support to young people living across the region.
In 2023-2024, the Government is investing over $290 million in the headspace program.
There is currently 160 headspace services operating nationally, with commitments to grow the
network to 173 by 2025-2026.
headspace Edmondson Park has been commissioned by the South Western Sydney Primary Health
Network and will be operated by Grand Pacific Health.
For young people who prefer online or phone support, eheadspace provides free, telephone and
web-based services to young people aged 12 to 25 years with, or at risk of, developing mental
illness. Further information on eheadspace is available online at: or by
phoning 1800 650 890.
Quotes attributable to the Assistant Minister, the Hon Emma McBride MP:
“Young people deserve high quality mental health care and support, close to home.
“That’s why the Albanese Government is expanding the headspace network, especially in
communities with a large population of young people like south-west Sydney.
Quotes attributable to the Member for Werriwa, Ms Anne Stanley MP:
“I’m excited Ed Square Town Centre will soon house a vital mental health service for local
young people.
“We know that many young people need support right now and the provision of a
headspace close to transport and new housing areas will assist so many.
“headspace Edmondson Park will give young people and their families access to early
intervention, holistic support and a helping hand to work towards a brighter future.”