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07 5232 1590


A Stride Safe Space is a welcoming, quiet, and comfortable place in the community. Safe Havens provide the space for people experiencing suicidal thoughts and feelings or emotional distress to access support when they need it, in a calm and caring environment. They are a collaborative and innovative concept that works for the local community they are situated in. The space and support available have been designed in partnership with people who have been through tough times themselves and understand what does and doesn’t work.

The staff at Safe Haven are Peer Support Workers, (people with a lived experience of mental health issues) and non-clinical Mental Health Support Workers. Safe Havens promote the wellbeing of people through assistance and support to manage their experience of distress, both current and in the future, and reduce the need for people to access emergency departments when they are feeling unsafe.

There is no referral or diagnosis required to visit, and any person can use the space. Guests can call to make an appointment or just walk right in and receive support. At Stride, all our services are committed to inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity, and sexuality, and we welcome every visitor on their own terms. We recognise that suicidal crisis among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) people can be exacerbated by discrimination, trauma, and racism. Our team are trained in building safety in a culturally and spiritually aware way. We also understand that parents, guardians, and carers need support too, and we are set-up to assist people who visit with children or people they care for.

Safe Havens use a combination of evidence-based strategies, underpinned by Stride’s foundational commitment to principles of individual recovery. This ensures we use the findings from research to help support people, whilst respecting and valuing all that is unique and singular about their experience. This leads to better results and improved recovery times. Our trained Peer Support Workers assist guests to use sensory tools and create take-home strategies that work for their life. The spaces are designed utilising a sensory modulation approach; this means they are designed with a focus on inviting and tactile experiences that help guests ground their senses.

Address: 24 George Street, Caboolture QLD 4510

Phone: 07 5232 1590


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24 George Street, Caboolture QLD 4510, Australia

A Stride Safe Space is a welcoming, quiet, and comfortable place in the community. Safe Havens provide the space for people experiencing suicidal thoughts and feelings or emotional distress to access support when they need it, in a calm and caring environment. They are a collaborative and innovative concept that works for the local community they are situated in. The space and support available have been designed in partnership with people who have been through tough times themselves and understand what does and doesn’t work.

The staff at Safe Haven are Peer Support Workers, (people with a lived experience of mental health issues) and non-clinical Mental Health Support Workers. Safe Havens promote the wellbeing of people through assistance and support to manage their experience of distress, both current and in the future, and reduce the need for people to access emergency departments when they are feeling unsafe.

There is no referral or diagnosis required to visit, and any person can use the space. Guests can call to make an appointment or just walk right in and receive support. At Stride, all our services are committed to inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity, and sexuality, and we welcome every visitor on their own terms. We recognise that suicidal crisis among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) people can be exacerbated by discrimination, trauma, and racism. Our team are trained in building safety in a culturally and spiritually aware way. We also understand that parents, guardians, and carers need support too, and we are set-up to assist people who visit with children or people they care for.

Safe Havens use a combination of evidence-based strategies, underpinned by Stride’s foundational commitment to principles of individual recovery. This ensures we use the findings from research to help support people, whilst respecting and valuing all that is unique and singular about their experience. This leads to better results and improved recovery times. Our trained Peer Support Workers assist guests to use sensory tools and create take-home strategies that work for their life. The spaces are designed utilising a sensory modulation approach; this means they are designed with a focus on inviting and tactile experiences that help guests ground their senses.

State Queensland
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Phone Or Mobile 07 5232 1590
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Country Australia
State/Province Queensland
distance: 1,409 Kilometers
Address 24 George Street, Caboolture QLD 4510, Australia
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