Our social workers can help you and your family through counselling, referrals and casework support.
Our social workers can support you with your life challenges
- Physical illness or disability
- Mental health concerns
- Stress from difficult situations
- Relationships and family.
How to make an appointment
Please contact our intake team on 03 9810 3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fees and payments
Our social work services are publicly-funded, which means there is no cost to you. We can also provide social work services for people with an NDIS plan. Our intake team will advise if there is any cost involved.
What is the difference between a social worker and a psychologist?
Although there are many similarities between the two professions, the major focus of social work is understanding the individual as part of their social environment.
This means that our social workers focus on the individual but also look at things in the person’s environment and family which may affect their well-being. These could be housing, relationships, employment/education, support networks, finances, legal issues, discrimination and injustice.
When will I be able to see a social worker?
Once your referral is received by our Intake service you will be seen as soon as the social worker is available.
This is usually within four weeks, though at times our waitlist will be longer if we have a large number of referrals.
How can social work support my carers?
A social worker can provide assistance to your carers through counselling, education, advice and referral onto specialist carer support services.