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EACH Social and Community Health provides an integrated range of health, disability, counselling and community mental health services across Australia.

We recognise that health and wellbeing is significantly and negatively affected by factors such as unemployment, homelessness, financial difficulties, social exclusion and addiction so we offer a wide range of supports to assist members of our community to lead happier, healthier lives.
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For over four decades EACH has worked to enhance and promote health, wellbeing and social inclusion across a range of communities, prioritising people with the highest needs.

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Statement of Support for Adam Goodes

31 Jul 2015

EACH Social and Community Health add our condemnation to the attacks on Adam Goodes and name this as racism.

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National Anxiety & Depression Conference

22 Jul 2015

The 8th National Anxiety & Depression Conference - Brave New Worlds: Innovations in Clinical Practice will be held on Wednesday 14 & Thursday 15 October 2015, with early bird registrations now open!

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Media Release - Mental Health/AOD services strengthened in Melbourne’s South East

20 Jul 2015

EACH’s long history of providing Community Mental Health and AOD services across the Outer East of Melbourne is being extended to the South East, with the launch of a new site in Narre Warren.

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All EACH sites are Smoke Free from 1 July 2015.

This means smoking is not permitted within the boundaries of any EACH site.

As a provider of primary health, social and community services with a focus on health promotion, EACH has a responsibility and an obligation to promote healthy environments. Smoking itself presents significant health risks to smokers and non-smokers alike. It is imperative that we reduce the potential health risks associated with smoking and exposure to environmental tobacco/smoke to protect the health of staff, clients, families, community groups and visitors to EACH sites.

If you would like help to stop smoking you can:

  • Ring Quitline 13 QUIT (13 7848) for support, advice and information
  • Go to www.quit.org.au or www.quitcoach.org.au
  • Get SMS support with QuitTxt at quit.org.au/quittxt
  • Discuss with your doctor, pharmacist, EACH staff member or other health professional
  • Call 1300 00 EACH to find out about EACH smoking cessation programs in your area

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which our offices stand and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. We acknowledge the sorrow of the Stolen Generations and the impacts of colonisation on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We also recognise the resilience, strength and pride of the Aboriginal community.