Local Mental Health Services

Local Adult And Older Adult Mental Health And Wellbeing

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The new network of Local Services will be an important part of Victoria’s reformed mental health system. They will provide an easy way to get treatment and support for people age 26 years and over who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health challenges – including people with co-occurring alcohol and drug addiction treatment and care needs.

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Mental Health Services By State And Territory Healthdirect

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State and territory governments provide hospital, emergency and community mental health services. They are also responsible for a range of other services that support mental health including community support, housing, drug and alcohol, education and early childhood services.

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Engage.vic.gov.au

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Local Services are not intended to routinely respond to people who are in crisis, rather they will support people to prevent, manage and recover from mental illness. Emergency responses are available for people who need immediate help.

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WA Country Health Service South West Mental Health …

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It also provides support to carers, local health services and other agencies that work with people experiencing mental health issues. The South West Mental Health Service provides collaborative, consumer focused and recovery orientated services that are flexible and responsive to consumers’ needs across all ages, cultures and locations. South West Mental …

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Local Mental Health Services

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Local Mental Health Services Head to Health Pop Up Hawkesbury Head to Health Pop Up services have been developed to support the mental health of people in NSW, of all ages, struggling during the pandemic. If your mental health is suffering, now is the time to reach out, even if you’ve never felt like this or asked for help before. Call 1800 595 212

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Find A Mental Health Service Health And Wellbeing

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Mental health services for culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and communities. Phone (07) 3848 1600 Open Arms - Veterans and Families Counselling (formerly known as Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service) Counselling and group programs for Australian veterans, peacekeepers and their families. Phone 1800 011 046 ARAFMI

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Local Mental Health Services

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Local Mental Health Services Mental Health Services Select your criteria below to find the services most relevant for your patients, including healthcare professional information and referral documents where applicable. If you need assistance, use our …

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Emergency Mental Health Services Wchn.sa.gov.au

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The Emergency Mental Health team can be contacted through WCH switchboard on 8161 7000. If you wish to provide feedback, please contact 8161 6710 or [email protected] The full range of CAMHS services can be viewed on the CAMHS webpage.

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Find A Mental Health Service Western Australian Government

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Search for mental health services in your area using the My Services online directory. You will be taken through a series of simple questions and required to enter a suburb to search. If you experience any problems using the directory, or if you have a general query or would like to give feedback, please fill in this form.

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WORK ON NEW LOCAL ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES …

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these new local services by late 2022, in a rolling program that will see up to 60 services implemented across Victoria. The Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System recommended 50 to 60 new Local Adult and Older Adult Mental Health and Wellbeing Services be established across Victoria by the end of 2026. These services will act

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Mental Health Services Betterhealth.vic.gov.au

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Mental health services Victoria has a range of mental health support services that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These services can provide treatment, information, tools and advice on how to deal with a range of mental health issues. Information in your language Information in your language about mental health

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Local Mental Health And Emergency Services – Recovery Point

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Local Mental Health and Emergency Services Police or Ambulance – Call Triple Zero 000 If there is an immediate risk to your safety, or to the safety of others, please call triple zero 000 or go to the emergency department of your local hospital. NSW Mental Health Access Line – 1800 011 511 The NSW Mental Health Access Line is staffed by mental health professionals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do the new local services mean for mental health?

Many aspects of the new Local Services are already clear from the Royal Commission’s report. Local Services are not intended to routinely respond to people who are in crisis, rather they will support people to prevent, manage and recover from mental illness. Emergency responses are available for people who need immediate help.

What mental health services do we provide?

We can provide specialist services for young people, children and families, adults and older people. Our services include Acute Care support, Care Co-ordination or Assertive Outreach support. Our community mental health services include a specialist Aboriginal Mental Health Team, bilingual mental health workers and Peer Support Workers.

Where can i find more information on community mental health?

Our main sites are at Canterbury, Croydon, Camperdown, Marrickville and Redfern Community Health Services which are open 8.30am - 5:00pm, you can find more information on the brochure below on Community Mental Health. The NSW Mental Health Line is a 24-hour seven days a week call line that puts you in touch with your local mental health service.

How do i find the right mental health support?

Your doctor can help you work out what kind of support you need and introduce you to the right mental health service. This is known as a GP referral. Some mental health services are provided by local authorities such as your council. This could include services like helplines, crisis support and therapy. Find your local council (GOV.UK)

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