Which service can help you best?

Please access the links below for more information

Emotional Wellbeing

myCompass – is an interactive self-help service that aims to promote resilience and wellbeing

moodGYM – is a free self-help programme to teach you cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) skills

This Way Up – uses CBT principles and offers proven online courses to help with depression and anxiety

OnTrack – offers free access to online programmes, information, quizzes and advice to help you achieve mental and physical wellbeing

e-couch – is a CBT and interpersonal therapy (IPT) based self-help interactive programme with modules for depression, generalised anxiety and worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown, and loss and grief

MindSpot provides educational and practical exercises, combined with regular contact with a MindSpot therapist

The Black Dog Institute offers an online depression self-test and resources to support mental well-being

Mental Health Online – offers self-guided or therapist assisted programs for panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, depression and insomnia

MoodSwings provides support to people with bipolar disorder

Living Life To The Full – an online programme to help feel happier, to sleep better, to do more and to feel more confident

beyondblue -provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live

ManTherapy – encourages all men to take action against stress, depression and anxiety

Counselling Services – to help you with low mood, bereavement, family mediation, alcohol concerns, money matters and a wide variety of other issues, from Better Health Victoria

Kids Helpline offers support to children aged 5-12 years and young people aged 13-25 years.  A parents’ helpline provides support to you too, if you are concerned about your child

Headspace provides online support and face-to-face support at their friendly centres for young people aged 12 – 25 years

BiteBack – is a new and ever-changing space for young people to discover ways to amplify the good stuff in life, share real and personal stories with others, check out videos, blogs and interviews of interesting people, check and track mental fitness, and participate in many activities

mindhealthconnect signposts to tools and communities to support your emotional and mental health.  Their search function allows you to find a range of services close to you

Urgent Mental Health Support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Telephone: 1300 369 012



Back, Neck, Muscles and Joints

Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and Chiropractors provide thorough assessment, diagnosis and therapy for patients with back, neck and other joint pains and work in conjunction with your family doctor

Please access the links below for more information

Sexual Health

Health Victoria provides a search function to help you to locate sexual health and pregnancy advice services.  These clinics provide comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and follow up

Marie Stopes International provides counselling and options for sexual health and pregnancy

Please book in with your GP to arrange for comprehensive sexual health screening

Foot Health

Podiatrists can help with a wide variety of foot problems and provide comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and follow up


The Better Health Channel offers approaches to support to help you to

  • Get physically fit
  • Feel better by eating healthily
  • Achieve your ideal weight
  • Quit smoking

For specific dietary advice, you can access the dietician service directly

Health Apps have been found to be extremely helpful by many patients in helping with fitness, healthy eating and weight loss

Maternal and Child Health Nursing

Maternal and Child Health Nurses provide expert support with nutrition, family health, psychological wellbeing for your child and for your family

Call  13 22 29
24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Hospital Care

Monash Health is the largest public health service in Melbourne and provides a comprehensive list of services


Search for Other Health Services – For example, in the ‘Search For’ box, select  ‘Drug and/or alcohol’ and then enter your postcode to locate a range of support services to help with alcohol addiction

Search for Other Social Services – Support with – Money Matters – Help to Live at Home – Things to Do – Staying Safe – Caring for Someone – Health and Wellbeing – Getting About – Education Training & Employment

Springvale Community Aid Advice Bureau provide financial counselling if you are facing money worries

Community Information and Support Victoria offer advice to help with debt, housing, depression, addictions and your legal rights

myagedcare – includes useful information for older people and their carers


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