Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub
The Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub is a Victorian Government funded program that aims to respond to the increase in mental health and wellbeing needs as a result of the stressors and concerns brought about by the pandemic.
WHAT SERVICES DOES THE MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING HUB PROVIDE?
This new service seeks to actively support the recovery of people with emerging or existing emotional & mental health concerns and to ensure you get the support you need.
The Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub provides:
- wellbeing coaching, emotional support and practical assistance to address the needs of people who are feeling distressed or overwhelmed;
- wellbeing supports tailored to a person’s individual needs;
- assistance with accessing and linking in with services;
- support to connect with family, friends, carers and the community.
WHO CAN ACCESS SERVICES?
If you are feeling distressed, overwhelmed, or may have a pre-existing mental health concern, either directly or indirectly affected by COVID-19 transmission, a carer, family, younger or older, veterans, culturally diverse, LGBTIQ or simply don’t have services or supports that can help.
WHERE CAN I RECEIVE SUPPORT?
Support may be provided face to face on site, in your home or in the community.
For those who prefer remote support, COVID-Safe options such as telehealth and other online forms of communication are also available.
HOW DO I ACCESS THE MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING HUB?
Referral to the Mental Health & Wellbeing Hub can be made by anyone, including yourself, by phoning Partners in Wellbeing on 1300 375 330. Hours are 9am-10pm weekdays, or 9am-5pm weekends. They can also be contacted via the website https://www.partnersinwellbeing.org.au/
You can also drop into our Hub at 443 Nepean Highway Frankston, between 9am – 5pm weekdays, or phone 8792 4900 to talk to one of our Counsellors about your individual needs.