A digital health support service locator for the Murrumbidgee has been launched.
The MapMyRecovery website allows those looking to find appropriate services for alcohol, drug or mental health concerns within the area and has been developed by the Murrumbidgee Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Alliance.
The service provides users with appropriate nearby services as well as further emergency or crisis support networks.
Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network chief executive officer Melissa Neal said the program aims to streamline access to services in the region.
"It's not uncommon for us to hear people say they are unaware of where they can access local mental health resources," Ms Neal said.
"MapMyRecovery allows people to find the right health service for their needs instantly, and it's also useful in assisting those trying to help someone in need - their friends, family, carers and service providers to connect with suitable local supports."
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