Find out about the latest news across our community and services.
New headspace centre opens in Malvern
28 March 2022
Young people in Malvern and surrounds will now have better access to tailored and youth friendly support services with the opening of a brand-new headspace in Malvern.
The new site, located at Northbrook House on High Street, officially opens its doors today to young people aged 12-25 and their families offering early intervention mental health services in addition to physical and sexual health, alcohol and other drug (AOD) and work and study support.
Our premises in Richmond is moving in 2022
29 October 2021
We’re excited to let you know that Access Health and Community (AccessHC) will be moving to a new home in Richmond in 2022.
Earlier this year we invited our community to share their feedback to help us design health, wellbeing and community spaces that will meet the needs of the Richmond community into the future. The results are now in.
Collaboration cements increased community care
12 July 2021
Access Health and Community (AccessHC) and healthAbility have entered a ‘Connect 4 Health’ alliance agreement to cement our long-standing collaborative relationship.
The communities we each serve will now have even greater access to health and community support services.
Introducing Anna Robinson, incoming CEO
28 June 2021
Access Health and Community (AccessHC) has appointed Anna Robinson as our incoming Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
A welcome addition to the AccessHC family, Anna is known for her values driven leadership in social justice. She has a reputation for operational leadership, business development in social impact, change management and sustainability.
21 June 2021
COVIDSafe Community Grants are available to fund community initiatives that will help rebuild community connections that have been impacted by COVID-19.
The grants are coordinated by Access Health and Community (AccessHC) and healthAbility.
Let’s hear it for our volunteers!
18 May 2021
In a year in which many of us experienced loneliness and isolation, mental health concerns and financial stress, volunteers were there to hold people up.
This week, for National Volunteers Week, we’re saying a public, heart-felt THANK YOU to everyone who donates their time and talent to helping people in our community. It’s something that should be said every day.
How Child Health teams support families
10 May 2021
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you’re worried about your child’s behaviour or development. Fortunately, you’re not alone.
Watch our video to find out how we work together – and with you – to support your child’s needs and bring out their strengths.
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