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The Neighbourhood Justice Centre can provide assistance for people worried about their mental health.

A mental health clinician from St Vincent's Mental Health Service is onsite to offer clinical assessment, short-term support and appropriate referral.

You are able to access these services if you reside in the City of Yarra or are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander with a strong connection to the area. This service is also open to homeless people temporarily residing in the City of Yarra.

The service is free and confidential and can be organised quickly and easily. 

To make an appointment telephone 9948 8777 or visit the information desk at the Centre, 241 Wellington St Collingwood Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.


CATCH is a specialist mental health outreach support program and is an initiative of the Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO).

It provides practical assistance and support to people with a mental illness, cognitive impairment or other complex needs.

The program offers individual case management and can help with support, advocacy outreach and connection with appropriate services in the community.



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Reviewed: 19/12/2014 © 2017 State Government of Victoria