The PACE service provides support for people living with anxiety and panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder and eating disorders, and those who support them.
PACE runs fortnightly support groups across Adelaide. The groups allow those facing the challenges of recovery to share their experiences with people who understand what they are going through, and receive support from trained professionals.
PACE offers brief one on one support, either by phone or at any of our Centacare offices. PACE generally provide up to six sessions of one on one support, but this is flexible and depends on your individual situation.
PACE provides information and referral to other services, and delivers community presentations and workplace training about anxiety, OCD and eating disorders.
The PACE team is made up of support workers and peer workers who know what they are talking about. Our support workers have qualifications and work experience in the area of mental health or community services, while peer workers have made their own recovery journey, have qualifications and are now here to help others.
Who: Individuals living with panic anxiety, obsessive compulsive and eating disorders, and those that support them.
Where: While based at Centacare’s Seaton office, PACE provides a range of support and recovery services across South Australia.
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