Borderline in the ACT - A website developed by the Women’s Centre for Health Matters (WCHM) to provide information and raise awareness of BPD and services in the ACT
Support Group For Family members/ friends of someone with BPD.
This is a carer support group for anyone who loves and/or cares for a family member or friend who has been diagnosed with BPD or who has BPD traits. Contact Natalie by email or 0415 111 894 or Fi by email or 0448 556 698. Meetings held on the first Monday of each month Details
Carers ACT peak body for carers in the ACT.
In crisis situations contact:
The Crisis Assessment and Treatment Team (CATT) provides a 24-hour, seven day a week service used for assessment and treatment of mentally ill people in crisis situations.
Call the CATT Mental Health Triage Service on 1800 629 354 (24 hour service) or (02) 6205 1065.
Provides assessment and treatment 7 days a week during business hours. Referrals are received from General Practitioners, School Counsellors or other concerned health professionals.
To make a referral, please phone CAMHS on (02) 6205 1971 or Fax (02) 6205 2627.
For after hours, please contact CATT on free call 1800 629 354.
includes a Services Directory........a list of services, information sources and help centres for various mental health related issues in and around the ACT and surrounding areas of NSW.
Short term respite program for people of any age who are carers of someone with mental illness. Carers can stay with or without the person they care for. Supports the goals of the carer and the person they care for by developing individual recovery plans.
offers a number of services in the ACT including:
Partners in Recovery program - Call a support facilitator on (02) 6287 8070 or email
The Adult Step Up Step Down Program is a residential mental health program that operates to prevent relapse and to assist consumers in recovering from an acute episode of mental illness. People ‘step-up’ from the community into a highly supportive environment when they are becoming unwell to prevent further relapse. People ‘step down’ from the hospital setting to enable a more graduated return to the community. It is able to accommodate up to 5 people at any one time. In addition, the program offers outreach services to help people as they move into the community.
Project AIR Strategy has a list of services on it's website. Click here.
The 12 week Family Connections program is designed to provide parents, spouses, adult children, and siblings the knowledge and skills that will be helpful to them for their own well being in living with a relative with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). The program also helps those relatives build a support network with other individuals with a relative with BPD.
To register your interest contact NEA BPD (Aust) via email.