Mental Health Support Services for Jobseekers & Unemployed | Sarina Russo

Mental Health Support For Jobseekers

It can be tough to find work if you’re also dealing with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, or any other condition affecting your mental health. Learn more about how our mental health counselling services can help.

Ready to nurture your mental health? We’re here to support you!


How can I access your mental health support services?


Anyone who is eligible for unemployment benefits and registered with Sarina Russo Job Access (SRJA) can make use of our allied health services. If you’re linked to another employment or community service and want assistance, by all means reach out, as there may be a way your service provider can help you access VOICE support.

If you are struggling with any mental health issue, please reach out to our team to arrange a consultation with one of our VOICE consultants.


How much will it cost me?


There is generally no cost for Workforce Australia candidates registered with us to access our suite of mental health support services. We operate from a flexible pool of funds which allows us to provide discretionary-based support based on need and demand.

If you need more intensive, or specialist help, beyond what we can provide, we can refer you to an external specialist.  

Some of our services are location-specific, so please contact us to see what help may be available where you are.


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To find out more about our mental health employment assistance support, contact our team for a confidential chat.

Sarina Russo Group acknowledges the First Nations Peoples of this Country, the traditional custodians connected to the land, water and community on which we live, work and help others to live their best lives. We also pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging, who strive to build a better and more sustainable future for future generations to come.