Support and Advocacy
Call APMA's Pain Link on
1300 340 357
"Waking up every morning in pain can be overwhelming... thanks for helping"
APMA do not want you incurring unwanted expense by calling a 1300 number from a mobile. For this reason, APMA has moved to a call back service. Leave a message and one of our trained peer coaches will return your call. When calling from a Private number, APMA cannot access it, so always leave your number so we can get back to you.
The Pain Link helpline offers a life-line to individuals distressed by living with unrelieved pain and its impacts. Our volunteers clarify issues, assist with action planning, provide practical tips, refer to appropriate services and most importantly listen to your needs to ameliorate the impacts causing the greatest distress to you.
Pain Link is one of the few ways that Australians in regional and rural areas, or who are house bound, can be supported by peer guides who have become adept at managing their own pain and have the skills to pass on this knowledge to others.
Our Pain Link guides also deliver ongoing health coaching for an increasing number of callers who require this rolling assistance.
Currently, many organisations including Drug Arm, emergency departments, pain management services, Lifeline, GP’s and other health professionals, refer clients to Pain Link.
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