Mental Health Support Services Melbourne

Our multi-disciplinary team offers a range of mental health supports to anyone experiencing emotional difficulties which are impacting their day-to-day life.

We actively work to improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of individuals, families and communities.

The service is accessible, personalised, confidential, responsive and available to anyone seeking assistance to make positive changes in their life.

Our range of Mental Health Hub supports include:

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Stepped Care model of Mental Health

The Stepped Care model of Mental Health focuses on linking you in with the right level of support that you need. The approach takes into account the bigger picture of your health looking at the whole person, including your physical, social and mental needs.

One of the main features of the model is that it is flexible – we know that the level of support you need will change over time, and if that happens, we change with you. A good way to think about this is ‘stepping up’ or ‘stepping down’ as your needs change. We stay with you along this journey. Emphasis is placed on the client only telling their story once, to make engaging with our mental health service a seamless and supportive experience. This means you can get what you need, without having to change care providers every time you step up or step down.

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Groups and programs

The STEPS and LIFT service offer ongoing groups and programs which are designed to help you develop social skills in a welcoming, inclusive and natural setting. It enables you to connect with others, have a chat, and make some new friends!

Please be advised that all Connections Café participants must undergo a comprehensive LIFT Assessment prior to attending. If you are not already part of the LIFT program, please contact Service Coordination at healthAbility on 03 9430 9100 to speak to a team member regarding assessment.

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After Hours Mental Health Nursing Service

Sometimes stress, anxiety, depression or grief can be overwhelming. Our Mental Health Nurses are equipped to help you get on top of things.

You have the option to meet our mental health team in person, or you can freecall 1300 003 509 to talk with a nurse over the phone, or via telehealth.

Our support service provides:

  • Someone to listen to your needs and concerns

  • Someone to assist you in deciding which steps to take next

  • Recommendations for ongoing support services

  • A dedicated person who will check in on you to see how things are going down the track

This service is free of charge and no appointment is needed.

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Psychosocial Support Service

Mental health support in eastern and north-eastern Melbourne.

What is the Psychosocial Support Service?

The Psychosocial Support Service (PSS) assists individuals with severe mental health issues who are not supported by the NDIS.

Psychosocial support can assist people to participate in their community, manage daily tasks, secure stable employment or housing and connect with family and friends. This may include one-to-one or group support.

The PSS will have a focus on physical and mental health and is available for people in Eastern and North Eastern Melbourne.

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