headspace offers free, confidential services for young people aged 12 - 25 who need support for their mental health, physical or sexual health, employment and study.
We are a 3 minute walk from the Armadale train station, turn right up Commerce Ave and turn left onto Fourth Road. From Byford bus 252 or 254, Canning Vale bus 519. Disability access is available.
- Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
- Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed
headspace Armadale is operated by Arche Health Ltd. All headspace services are funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. Administration of funding is carried out by the headspace centre’s local Primary Health Network, in this case, Perth South (WA Primary Health Alliance Ltd).
Mental health workers – which may include psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors and other workers – that can help if you're just not feeling yourself.
Sexual health screenings on site or links to local services.
Workers either on site or linked to the centre who can assist you with work or study opportunities.
Centres have a range of programs and activities for young people. Just ask your centre what they have on.
GPs can help with any physical health issues as well as issues related to sexual health, drug or alcohol use, relationship problems or feeling down or upset. Your centre may have a GP on site or links to one locally.
Workers either on site or linked to the centre who can assist you with any alcohol or other drug concern.
A group of young people who help with events and some decision making at a centre. Ask your centre about getting involved.
Jobs and volunteering
Positions currently available at headspace Armadale
For more information contact:
Phone: (08) 9393 0300
Service delivery at headspace Armadale
Western Australia has moved to level 1 restrictions as of 31 March 2022, and further eased restrictions 29 April 2022. headspace Armadale would like transition alongside this advice.
We understand COVID-19 and its impacts are creating feelings of uncertainty in the community and headspace wants young people and families to know that we are here to support their mental health.
- headspace Armadale is now open and will resume full service. We still have phone and online services for those who prefer to access support via this method.
- For those attending the centre, we have rigorous hygiene measures in place to ensure the safety of young people, family and friends, and staff.
- We strongly encourage people to not attend headspace Armadale in-person if they have been in contact with a positive case or have mild respiratory symptoms including, runny nose, sore throat, cough, or fever. Instead, please phone the centre to seek mental health support.
- We are monitoring this situation closely and will advise of any changes to our service delivery.
- You can contact headspace Armadale on 9393 0300 to discuss support options available.
We understand this might be a very difficult time for many people in the community and we encourage you to access support:
You can access many resources on headspace.org.au and check out how you can support your mental health through a headspace account
You can access support via phone and online service, eheadspace, open 9am – 1am (AEST) 7 days a week for a 1-on-1 chat with a trained clinician
You can also get in touch with your local GP to talk through support options in the area
For emergency situations please call emergency services on 000 or call Lifeline 13 11 14 or Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 to talk to someone urgently
Are you a young person aged between 12 and 25?
- Call us on 08 9393 0300 Monday- Friday
- Drop in and make an appointment Monday - Friday between 9:00 am and 5pm
- Email email@example.com
Young people can refer themselves or family members, friends, schools, GP's and other organisations can refer with the young persons consent.
Are you a GP?
- Fill out the attached GP Referral form here and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org ; OR
- Fax the completed referral form to 08 9393 0399
Are you a parent/organisation/school support staff referring a young person for support?
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Late Night Thursday (By Appointment) 5:00pm - 9:00pm
headspace Armadale can provide support to book an appointment.
Our Sexual Health Nurse Practitioner, Donna offers FREE sexual health appointments from our office every Thursday from 2-4pm.
You can give us a ring on 9393 0300 to make an appointment, or simply walk in.
We have a team that is dedicated to supporting young people the best we can. We have a range of workers with different skills and experience to make sure young people that access Armadale get the help they are looking for.
headspace Armadale Management
Kathleen - Acting Centre Manager
Seb - Clinical Lead / Registered Psychologist
Silvana - Psychologist
Nicole - Triage Officer / Youth Access Worker
Salomee - Youth Access Worker / Registered Psychologist
Lily - Youth Access Worker / Provisional Psychologist
Tessa - Youth Access Worker / Provisional Psychologist
Claire - Youth Access Worker / Provisional Psychologist
Gabbi - Youth Access Worker / Provisional Psychologist
Donna - Sexual Health Nurse Practitioner
Administration & Community Engagement
Leshahn - CaLD Engagement Officer
Brody - Community Engagement Officer
Sam - Receptionist / Administration Officer
headspace Armadale also supports the community through a range of educational activities. These include:
- Presentations and workshops for young people aged 12-25 in schools, TAFE’s, University and community programs
- Meet headspace presentations for school staff, parents and services
- headspace Information Station at
- headspace presence & information booths at events, open days, health expos, forums and events
To request workshops, presentations or a headspace presence at an event please complete our online booking form here
Workshops and Presentations
headspace workshops and presentations usually go for approx. 45-55 minutes and include a range of practical evidence based content, interactive activities and videos.
Presentations and workshops can be tailored for young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people. All of our presenters use safe and inclusive language and are happy to discuss any specific concerns or requests you may have when booking a presentation.
headspace workshops work best with groups of 5-30 so those participating can ask questions and get fully involved in activities. We are happy to consider bigger groups on a case-by-case basis.
Topics for young people currently include:
- Meet headspace and Intro to Mental Health
- Healthy headspace
- Exam Stress and Coping
Email reception@headspacearmadale or call 9393 0300 if you would like to speak to our Community Engagement team.
There is no cost associated with headspace attending or presenting at your event.
headspace Armadale operates with a range of community and consortium partners. We would like to acknowledge their valuable contribution to our service and clients.
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
- Armadale Adult Mental Health Service
- City of Armadale
- Youth Axis
Thanks to our donors and community partners:
- St John of God Subiaco Hospital
- Bean Thru Cafe
- Foot Locker Armadale
- Supre Armadale
- Synergy - Workplace Giving program
- K-Mart - gold coin donation
- St Luke SHS
- Sound of Life Outreach Ministry
- Colliers International
- Satterley Group
- Uniting Church Byford
- Arks Rugby Union Club
- RugbyWA Juniors
- 2nd Chance Op Shop
- Art vs Depression
- Resilient Friends Club
- Roleystone Community College
- City of Armadale
- Commonwealth Bank Armadale
- Bankwest Armadale - Easy Grant recipient
- Woolworths Armadale
- Coles Armadale
To access headspace Armadale's services for free all you need to have is a valid Medicare card.
If you don't have a Medicare card but think you might be eligible, you can apply on the Human Services page - https://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/medicare/medicare-card.
If you are ineligible to apply for a Medicare card, give us a call and we will direct you to alternative appropriate services for you, such as our fee-for-service options which range in price.
What is the Part A PHN Lead Site Project evaluation?
Part A of the PHN Lead Site Project evaluation assesses changes to Australian Government-funded mental health care delivered in the primary care setting that aim to achieve a more efficient, integrated and sustainable mental health system and to improve mental health services for Australians. The evaluation is funded by the Australian Government and is being conducted by researchers at the University of Melbourne.
The changes to mental health service delivery involve a regional (local) approach, led by PHNs, to planning, integration and commissioning mental health services at a local level, in partnership with relevant services and with a new flexible primary mental health care funding pool. All 31 PHNs across Australia have been funded to commission primary mental health services in six mental health priority areas: low intensity services; psychological therapies for underserviced populations; child and youth services; services for adults with severe and complex mental illness; Indigenous mental health services; and suicide prevention.
Ten PHNs have been selected to act as mental health reform leaders in the PHN Mental Health Reform Lead Site Project (Lead Site Project). These PHNs (Lead Sites) will provide enhanced services in nominated key focus areas (e.g., by fast-tracking their activity in these service areas, establishing different partnerships and funding arrangements for services, and/or trialling approaches that are innovative in terms of types and modes of commissioned services). The key focus areas are:
• Regional planning and service integration;
• Stepped care;
• Low intensity services; and
• Services for youth with, or at risk of, severe mental illness.
The Part A evaluation aims to address the following questions in relation to the above key focus areas:
• What approaches were undertaken by Lead Sites to the planning, commissioning, management and delivery of services in each of the focus areas?
• What activities and approaches were found by the Lead Sites to be effective in achieving objectives in each of the focus areas?
• What were the barriers and facilitators to achieving objectives in each of the focus areas?
• What are the implications for future activity by PHNs and primary health care reform more generally?
To download the full PDF on Part A PHN Mental Health Lead Site Project Evaluation click here