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Mental Health

Youth Beyond Blue

Online help and phone calls with experts
via: 1300 224635

Mental Health resources and supports with 24 hour phone call supports and service referrals.

Youth2Knowledge (Y2K)

0448839214

Youth2Knowledge (Y2K) is an Indigenous owned mental health organisation. Y2K offers a range of wellness programs such as Indigenous health, mental health, substance awareness, nutrition and building resilience against suicide.

Headspace

Collingwood Headspace Level 1, Victoria Park (Social Club Building) Cnr Lulie & Abbott Streets, Abbotsford
9417 0150

With centres located across the state, Headspace provide young people with support and counselling for mental and physical health issues (including sexual health), alcohol and other drub or work and study issues. They provide Drs, Psychologists, social workers, alcohol and drug workers, youth workers and vocational counsellors. Some centres also have family therapists and workers from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds. For list of other locations

Orygen

35 Poplar Rd, Parkville, VIC, 3052
03 9966 9100

Orygen provide cutting edge research and innovative, evidence -based approaches to supporting young people experiencing mental health issues. Orygen is part of the public mental health system in Melbourne, Australia, and sees young people aged 15 to 24, with a focus on early intervention and youth specific approaches.

Academic Child Psychiatric Unit (ACPU)

Royal Children’s Hospital, 50 Flemington Rd, Parkville
9345 4666 Email acpu.mhs@rch.org.au

Located within the Royal Children’s Hospital, the ACPU is able to provide a comprehensive assessment of the following types of difficulties in children and adolescents: oppositional defiant problems, conduct problems, attentional problems, motor direness, impulsiveness, anxiety difficulties, depressive difficulties, autistic spectrum disorder problems and early-onset psychotic symptoms.

 

0435 421 376

Suite 404, 365 Little Collins St
Melbourne, 3000
Australia

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