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The NSW Government is reforming mental health care services to improve the wellbeing of the community and outcomes for those with mental illness.

Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is a not for profit organisation primarily funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) has commissioned health service providers to provide services across our region. These include allied health services such as dietetics and occupational therapy, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Follow the link below to see our interactive maps of our commissioned services, to find where commissioned services are currently provided and contact details.

Do you often find your workday spiraling out of control? You start each day with a plan to get so much done, but soon find yourself becoming distracted, focusing on low-priority tasks and, simply, procrastinating. So how can you regain control of your time? One-size-fits-all lists on how to be more productive don't work; we’ll outline productivity techniques that can be adapted to your personality and working style.

All workers and workdays are unique. With fewer companies and employees adhering to a traditional 9-to-5 day, the differences in our workdays are becoming more pronounced. But putting those differences aside, three overarching ideas apply to all our productivity tips:

1. Trust the small increments . You can’t expect to change years of working habits overnight. Small changes in how you work can gradually add up to big changes in productivity. Try one tip to start, and keep adding more as you find the strategies that work best for you.

StarTribune.com welcomes and encourages readers to comment and engage in substantive, mutually respectful exchanges over news topics. Commenters must follow our Terms of Use .

Our Program Director noticed a patient who needed some extra mental health attention.
After calling your office and easily talking to the receptionist and case manager,
we had a plan . There are not many mental health agencies
we are able to call and collaborate in such an efficient manner.  – Natalie Rothwell

Mallory has walked with me through the grief process ;
she picked me up from the hospital when I didn’t have a ride and
gave me support when I had no one. I am so grateful to have a
care manager like Mallory in my life. – Sue

The nurses and providers in IHC made me feel like I was a priority.
They were very efficient and made me feel very comfortable .
It was a great experience! I’m looking forward to my next appointment
with them. -Rob

The NSW Government is reforming mental health care services to improve the wellbeing of the community and outcomes for those with mental illness.

Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is a not for profit organisation primarily funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) has commissioned health service providers to provide services across our region. These include allied health services such as dietetics and occupational therapy, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Follow the link below to see our interactive maps of our commissioned services, to find where commissioned services are currently provided and contact details.

The NSW Government is reforming mental health care services to improve the wellbeing of the community and outcomes for those with mental illness.

Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is a not for profit organisation primarily funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) has commissioned health service providers to provide services across our region. These include allied health services such as dietetics and occupational therapy, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Follow the link below to see our interactive maps of our commissioned services, to find where commissioned services are currently provided and contact details.

Do you often find your workday spiraling out of control? You start each day with a plan to get so much done, but soon find yourself becoming distracted, focusing on low-priority tasks and, simply, procrastinating. So how can you regain control of your time? One-size-fits-all lists on how to be more productive don't work; we’ll outline productivity techniques that can be adapted to your personality and working style.

All workers and workdays are unique. With fewer companies and employees adhering to a traditional 9-to-5 day, the differences in our workdays are becoming more pronounced. But putting those differences aside, three overarching ideas apply to all our productivity tips:

1. Trust the small increments . You can’t expect to change years of working habits overnight. Small changes in how you work can gradually add up to big changes in productivity. Try one tip to start, and keep adding more as you find the strategies that work best for you.

The NSW Government is reforming mental health care services to improve the wellbeing of the community and outcomes for those with mental illness.

Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is a not for profit organisation primarily funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) has commissioned health service providers to provide services across our region. These include allied health services such as dietetics and occupational therapy, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Follow the link below to see our interactive maps of our commissioned services, to find where commissioned services are currently provided and contact details.

Do you often find your workday spiraling out of control? You start each day with a plan to get so much done, but soon find yourself becoming distracted, focusing on low-priority tasks and, simply, procrastinating. So how can you regain control of your time? One-size-fits-all lists on how to be more productive don't work; we’ll outline productivity techniques that can be adapted to your personality and working style.

All workers and workdays are unique. With fewer companies and employees adhering to a traditional 9-to-5 day, the differences in our workdays are becoming more pronounced. But putting those differences aside, three overarching ideas apply to all our productivity tips:

1. Trust the small increments . You can’t expect to change years of working habits overnight. Small changes in how you work can gradually add up to big changes in productivity. Try one tip to start, and keep adding more as you find the strategies that work best for you.

StarTribune.com welcomes and encourages readers to comment and engage in substantive, mutually respectful exchanges over news topics. Commenters must follow our Terms of Use .

The NSW Government is reforming mental health care services to improve the wellbeing of the community and outcomes for those with mental illness.

The NSW Government is reforming mental health care services to improve the wellbeing of the community and outcomes for those with mental illness.

Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is a not for profit organisation primarily funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) has commissioned health service providers to provide services across our region. These include allied health services such as dietetics and occupational therapy, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Follow the link below to see our interactive maps of our commissioned services, to find where commissioned services are currently provided and contact details.

Do you often find your workday spiraling out of control? You start each day with a plan to get so much done, but soon find yourself becoming distracted, focusing on low-priority tasks and, simply, procrastinating. So how can you regain control of your time? One-size-fits-all lists on how to be more productive don't work; we’ll outline productivity techniques that can be adapted to your personality and working style.

All workers and workdays are unique. With fewer companies and employees adhering to a traditional 9-to-5 day, the differences in our workdays are becoming more pronounced. But putting those differences aside, three overarching ideas apply to all our productivity tips:

1. Trust the small increments . You can’t expect to change years of working habits overnight. Small changes in how you work can gradually add up to big changes in productivity. Try one tip to start, and keep adding more as you find the strategies that work best for you.

StarTribune.com welcomes and encourages readers to comment and engage in substantive, mutually respectful exchanges over news topics. Commenters must follow our Terms of Use .

Our Program Director noticed a patient who needed some extra mental health attention.
After calling your office and easily talking to the receptionist and case manager,
we had a plan . There are not many mental health agencies
we are able to call and collaborate in such an efficient manner.  – Natalie Rothwell

Mallory has walked with me through the grief process ;
she picked me up from the hospital when I didn’t have a ride and
gave me support when I had no one. I am so grateful to have a
care manager like Mallory in my life. – Sue

The nurses and providers in IHC made me feel like I was a priority.
They were very efficient and made me feel very comfortable .
It was a great experience! I’m looking forward to my next appointment
with them. -Rob

Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center’s vision as the area’s leader in delivering exceptional services in the communities we serve can only be realized through the dedication and effort of every staff member of the agency team. We value the contributions of every single employee by offering:

Quality services need a trained and forward thinking team. Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are interested in applying for a position, please fill out the employment application and form found with each job positing.


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