Our team of dedicated mental health clinicians provide a range of services to help with your mental health and well-being.
Now more than ever, taking care of your mental health is important.
This time is incredibly challenging for all of us. It affects people with ongoing mental health struggles, as well as those facing stress, anxiety, depression and isolation for the first time.
You are not alone.
During social isolation restrictions, the mental health team at Access Health and Community are still providing a range of services. Our team works to help you live the most meaningful life for you. Everyone is welcome to attend our service.
Whether you have a mental health diagnosis, or you’re seeking help for the first time – we can help find the right supports for you. We work with adults, young people and family members.
Our team of dedicated mental health clinicians and support workers provide a range of services to help with your mental health and well-being.
Because we work closely with other organisations, we can connect you with other supports you may need— we’re here to help you find the best treatment options.
We can offer services face-to-face and through telehealth (video or telephone).
Types of support available
We off the following services:
- Psychological Therapy and Counselling
- Care Coordination
- Mental Health Nursing
- Social Work
- headspace Hawthorn: support for young people aged 12-25 years
- Peer support
- Mental health group programs
- Steps Mental Health
- Head to Help
- Mental health services via the NDIS
- Education and training programs for schools and community organisations.
Booking an appointment
If you would like to talk to someone about your mental health, you can call our mental health intake team on 9810 3000.
Our friendly and skilled intake workers will ask you some brief questions—this is to help you find the right support.
The telephone lines might be busy as we respond to everyone. If you can’t get through, please email email@example.com
Steps Mental Health
We’re proud to be offering the Steps Mental Health program at Access Health and Community.
Steps Mental Health is a program that goes at your pace. We’re here to link you with the right level of support.
The Steps program is also flexible— we know your support needs will change over time, and if that happens, we change with you. We can ‘step up’ or ‘step down’ with you, making sure you get the right level of support without having to change care providers.
Anyone living or working in the Cities of Boroondara, Knox, Manningham, Maroondah, Monash, Whitehorse and Yarra Ranges is welcome to attend Steps Mental Health services.
(Steps Mental Health is the Stepped Care Program in Inner East and Outer East Melbourne, funded by the Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network)
Mental Health Support Groups
Our mental health team runs a range of support groups. These groups are both clinical and peer-led.
Our clinical groups cover specific mental health topics and present new ways to manage your mental health.
Peer-led groups are run by people with lived experience— they’re a place for you to connect with others who understand what you’re going through.
To join a support group, call our intake team on 9810 3000 or speak to your clinician/support worker about a referral.
HeadtoHelp supports Victorians of all ages find the best mental health support for them.
When you call HeadtoHelp on 1800 595 212, an experienced mental health professional will listen and work with you to find the best ways to get the help you need.
Depending on your needs, you may:
- receive care at a HeadtoHelp hub, either onsite or through telehealth
- be connected with suitable existing services
- be connected to specialist or acute mental health services, including emergency care.
For more information about HeadtoHelp, visit headtohelp.org.au
HeadtoHelp is a collaborative initiative of Victoria’s Primary Health Networks and funded by the Australian Government.