Artwork: Kid Acne, Florence Blanchard & Ghostpatrol, corner of Napier Street and Charcoal Lane, Fitzroy
About our mental health services
Our mental health clinicians provide clients with a broad range of treatments and support including:
- Assessment and referral to mental health services
- Case management
- Short-term counselling and support
Clients experiencing a mental health issue or cognitive impairment, such as an acquired brain injury, can have short to medium term intensive outreach support.
Outreach support includes:
- Assessment and referral to services
- Support to identify personal goals
- Help to find more meaning and purpose in life
- Social and vocational activity connections.
- Help to connect with other care and support services
- Assistance to access the NDIS.
Outreach can last anywhere between 3 to 12 months, and is available in the following locations:
- Neighbourhood Justice Centre
- client's home
- Yarra-based services centre.
Other support services
We don’t offer 24 hour crisis support, but someone is always on the phone day or night to help you, or someone you know.
Lifeline Australia 13 11 14
Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800
MensLine Australia 1300 78 99 78
LGBTI Support QLife (5.30pm to 10.30pm) 1800 184 527
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636
Veterans and Veterans' Families Counselling Service 1800 011 046
Direct Line (Drug and Alcohol Counselling) 1800 888 236
SANE Australia (Mental Illness Helpline) 1800 688 382
If you live outside the City of Yarra you'll find a service for your area at Victoria Mental Health Services
We wrap our treatment and support services around our clients. That is, our treatment and support services ensure you get the right help from the right service, and as many or as few services are you need.
If you are attend court at the Centre, you may have duty lawyer who will be your main point of contact with any services you may need. You may also encounter our Neighbourhood Justice Officer, who is the link between the court, services, the client, and the community, and provides more intensive support interventions as well as referrals to other services.
Other people you may encounter are the Salvation Army Officer and Court Network volunteers, all of whom provide support before, during and after court.
If you do not have a court matter, and you're a local Yarra resident, we can help you to find the right service if you need more than mediation.