Reaching out is the first step.

Bluebird provides psychologist led support group meetings specifically for people over the age of 25.

 Our meetings are set in an informal, relaxed environment where you can meet other people, just like you.

Gain the support, understanding, knowledge and resources you need to improve your mental health and wellbeing today.

Calendar of events

Get in touch

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Phone Number

Your Date of Birth

Your Post Code

How did you heard about us?


So you’ve contacted us,
what now?

One of our members, will contact you within 24 hours with more information about the group and what happens during a support group meeting.

We will ask a few simple questions to get to know you a bit better and give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about Bluebird.

Once we’ve gotten to know each other, we hope to meet you in person at our next group meeting or event.

(08) 9364 6909 | info@bluebird.org.au

What to expect at the group meeting

We understand that it takes courage and guts (and often a few deep breathes)
to attend a support group meeting, so here’s what happens:

When you arrive at your first meeting, you’ll meet one of our experienced friendly facilitators. You’ll need to sign a confidentiality form and sign in for the meeting. Once the necessary paperwork is done, grab a cuppa, a seat and settle in. The facilitator will guide the group discussion and you’re welcome to share your story or just hear others talk about their experience. We have found there is an amazing comfort and support you can only get from others who have experienced a mental illness and we hope you find that too.

“Bluebird is an effective form of support. It does not foster lifelong dependence on help or medication. It teaches you to manage yourself, connects you with other like minded people, and aids in keeping a fresh perspective. Bluebird encourages you to manage yourself if you want to move forward. But ever so subtly, by just being there and offering the continual availability of other like minded people and support. New faces arrive, which adds to the richness of perspective, and faces move on, indicating the achievement of the groups objective – to support people live their own lives as they choose to live them.”
anonymous
“Bluebird provided a much needed light in a very dark place. It was a great relief and comfort to finally meet other people my age going through the same thing. The support and recognition from people who truly understand was vital to my recovery. I know the people I met at Bluebird will be friends for life.”
anonymous
“Bluebird has helped by providing a supportive and non judgemental place. It is good that there is a place that you can go where there are poeple who can understand what your are going through and can provide insight and information of their experience.”
anonymous
“I have been coming to Bluebird on and off for a year now. I find it really encouraging as everyone understands to some degree what I’m going through. I like the fact that we are all at different stages in our journey so there’s always someone who’s going well that’s able to encourage someone who’s struggling. The facilitator is really great and it’s good to have group as a support in between appointments with my therapist and psychiatrist.”
anonymous