Jaydon Adams Memorial Foundation's (JAMF) Social Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) program aims to promote the well-being of all adults, young people from all cultural and social backgrounds. We believe that recovery is an individual process and that with the right kind of support, everyone can live a life based on their own strength, values and goals for the future.
Who can access our SEWB program?
Any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person
Any non-indigenous person
Any person from diverse cultural backgrounds
Our SEWB officers aim to support our clients with:
Provide Holistic, Culturally Appropriate case work
Provide high quality support to individuals and their families, including those with complex needs, through regular catch ups
After hours support
Work collaborative with JAMF and external organisations
Support clients at other service locations if required
Coordinate, source and/or deliver in healing activities for our clients to strengthen cultural identities, individual capacity and community connections
Provide education & training when required
How to refer to our SEWB Program
To make a online referral, please select the correct referral form below
Community Referral Form
SEWB Self Referral Form.pdf
Self Referral Form
If you are in an emergency, or at immediate risk of harm to yourself or others, please contact emergency services on 000.