If life pressures are causing you stress, you can take action.
NewAccess is a free service that provides support in the form of a coach. A coach is someone who will guide you in setting practical goals that will get you back on track.
Speak to a NewAccess coach in your area today:
What is NewAccess?
NewAccess is a beyondblue program that provides free and confidential support to help you tackle day-to-day pressures.
A NewAccess coach, specially trained and experienced, will support you in setting practical goals that will get you back on track
How does NewAccess work?
The program includes six free sessions with a NewAccess coach. At your first appointment, your coach will complete an initial assessment with you and develop a program tailored to your needs.
Sessions occur over the phone or face-to-face, whichever works best for you.
Is the program right for me?
On average, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 8 men will experience some level of depression and 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men will experience anxiety during their lifetime.1
If any of the following are causing you to feel unhappy, moody, angry or unable to concentrate or sleep this service could be right for you:
- Work stress or uncertainty
- Change in living arrangements
- New parent worries
- Family problems
- Health concerns or uncertainty
- Long-term isolation or loneliness
- Financial worries
Who are the Access coaches?
Access coaches are specifically trained at Flinders University to help guide you through your tailored plan. They are also well connected in the community and can point you in the right direction of other supporting groups such as employment, financial, education, housing and more.
Has the program been evaluated?
NewAccess was independently evaluated by Ernst&Young and showed highly positive outcomes.
To read the evaluation report please download the PDF below:
What NewAccess clients have to say
“After my first meeting I felt relieved. With each successive meeting I felt more confident in myself to be able to overcome my attitude towards each problem I faced. I was given tasks and behavioural therapies to try, which are still in progress, but have greatly helped.
''Most of my progress and thanks are attributed to my Access coach, who not only encouraged me to try, but also made my attitudes and problems feel validated.” John