• Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed


Edinburgh North

2 Peachey Road, Edinburgh North, South Australia 5112
P: (08) 7073 7080 F: (08) 8252 9433

headspace Edinburgh North is operated by Northern Health Network. All headspace centres 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, Adelaide (Adelaide PHN).

headspace Edinburgh North is a youth friendly mental health and drug and alcohol service for young people 12-25.
Our services are free, confidential and professional and include a range of specialist and support services.

headspace Edinburgh North offers a range of training opportunities, programs and workshops for all members of the community (service providers, parents/guardians and young people).

You can call headspace Edinburgh North between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday on 08 7073 7080. If the call is regarding services for yourself or any referrals, an initial phone consultation will be conducted where a trained headspace worker will:

  • conduct a brief assessment of what you are wanting help with;
  • explain the services we are able to provide; and
  • develop a plan for how your needs can be best met.

Alternatively, you can email enquiry@northernhealth.net with your contact details and a headspace worker will contact you.

To refer a young person to headspace Edinburgh North please call us on 08 7073 7080 or fill out the community referral form . If you are a GP please complete a mental health treatment plan…

Services available

Mental Health Services


Mental health workers – which may include psychologists, psychiatrists, counsellors and other workers – that can help if you're just not feeling yourself.

Doctor (GP)


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. 

Sexual Health Services


Sexual health screenings on site or links to local services. 

Alcohol & Drug Services


Workers either on site or linked to the centre who can assist you with any alcohol or other drug issue. 

Youth Programs


Centres have a range of programs and activities for young people. Just ask your centre what they have on. 

More information

Feedback/Suggestions (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

If you have any feedback or suggestions on how we can improve headspace Edinburgh North follow the link.


Community Referral Form (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

To refer a young person to headspace Edinburgh North please call us on 08 7073 7080 or fill out the community referral form. If you are a GP please complete a mental health treatment plan and fax to 08 8252 9433

Community Participation and Resources (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

Community Participation and Resources: headspace Edinburgh North frequently attends community events to promote living healthy with mental health. If you would like headspace to attend one of your events please fill out our online request form here:  Community Event Request Form

headspace PASS (Presentations to schools and Community groups) (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

PASS (Promoting Access and Support Seeking) headspace PASS! is a single-lesson interactive presentation delivered by headspace Edinburgh North staff to groups of students or teachers in schools. headspace PASS! presentations aims to: Introduce headspace Edinburgh North to young people and begin to build rapport between young people and headspace Edinburgh North staff Reduce young people's perceived barriers to accessing mental health care at headspace Edinburgh North or in the wider community. Provide information about a range of emotional, psychological and health concerns together with pathways of care Promote help-seeking to young people as a strategy for managing mental health problems

Click here for more PASS information. Request a headspace PASS! for your school or group by filling out the online request form here


Youth Advisory Council (YAC) (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

At our centre in Edinburgh North, we hope to give young people a voice about the issues that matter to them.

Our Youth Advisory Council (YAC) have been having a say in the way headspace works in the Edinburgh North region since 2007 and although some of our original members aren’t so young anymore, youth issues have remained important to us.

We want young people to have their say in how our centre looks and feels, what sort of events they’d like to see in our community, who we employ and what topics we should be tackling with young people. This year, we are looking to recruit new members to support our current YAC.

If you, or someone you know, is aged between 15-25 and has a passion for mental health and community leadership, get in touch with us to apply for a position as a YAC member for 2015-2016. You can contact our YAC coordinator, Steve Wright, via phone on (08) 7073 7080 or e-mail at swright@northernhealth.net

Our Staff (Click to show below) (Click to hide below)

Our staff are passionate about working with young people.

The team includes:

  • Youth Intake Worker: a Youth Intake Worker will introduces you to headspace, and helps you to decide on the type of service you will access at headspace.

  • Youth Worker: a Youth Worker can provide you with support for practical problems that may be impacting on your mental health. Some practical problems include finding a job or training, help with school issues, drug/alcohol issues, as well as things like help with centerlink or accessing other services.

  • Mental Health Clinicians: a Mental Health Clinician can talk to you about how you are thinking and feeling. They can help you set and work towards your goals. They can also help you find strategies to manage problems you might be having with how you are thinking and feeling. Coming to see a Mental Health Clinician can be a big step. You may feel nervious or embarrassed, however, we will do our best to make you feel comfortable. There is nothing embarrassing about seeking help!

  • General Practitioner (Doctor): a General Practitioner or GP can help with all general medical advice, medications, and Mental Health Treatment Plans.
  • Psychiatrist: Psychiatrists are doctors that specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. We offer a psychiatric service to individuals aged 18 and over.

Remember: all of these services are 100% free, including GP and Psychiatrist appointments.