EACH demonstrates that a social model of health and community support is essential to achieving better health and well-being for the community.
This involves the investment of thought, energy and constant striving to prove by example that the model of services we have developed is the model for the future.
Allied Health/Home & Community Care
The Allied Health Team works together to assess your needs and provide you with the best possible care.
Aboriginal Health Promotion and Chronic Care (AHPACC)
The AHPACC program aims to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal Victorians through the prevention and better management of chronic diseases.
Abound - Community Participation
Support for people with an acquired brain injury, acquired disability or neurological condition to access community activities and options.
Access and Support Program
Short-term, individual support to Home and Community Care (HACC) eligible people who need help to access HACC services, due to their diversity.
Accomodation Support Services (NSW)
Accommodation Support Services provides people with a disability and their families and carers greater opportunity to create a good life, build sustainable networks and person centred living arrangements.
Armidale Youth Leadership Program (NSW)
The program operates from the NSW Armidale office. It is peer-led with guidance and assistance provided by a Leadership Coordinator.
Bushfire Recovery - Groups
A range of groups are available for children, individuals and families affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
Bushfire Recovery Services
Our Bushfire Outreach Support team offers counselling, support and case management to individuals, couples and families affected by the 2009 Victorian bushfires.
Bushfire Recovery Services - Community Support
EACH provides support activities for the bushfire bereaved community including social activities, community forums, remembrance events, communications, advocacy and capacity building.
Carers Offering Peers Early Support (COPES)
Offering you individual support - a listening and sympathetic ear, as well as useful information about mental health services, workers and support services.
CMH - RECOVERY
The EACH Community Mental Health Recovery Programs provide a range of services for people with a mental illness including: individual support; recreation and self development activities; and standard and moderate home-based outreach.
CMH - RESILIENCE
CMH RESILIENCE provides assistance to people aged 16 years and over whose ability to manage their daily activities and live independently in the community has been severely affected by mental illness.
Comely Bank is a 6 bedroom charming, rambling Retreat House and adjacent Hall located on 2.5 hectares in Healesville.
Community Aged Care Packages (CACP)
EACH delivers 14 CACPs in the Hastings Region on the NSW Mid North Coast.
Community Child and Family Centre
The each child Community Child and Family Centre provides a range of services including psychology, speech pathology, child care and early intervention.
Community Health Counselling
EACH counsellors aim to work in a respectful way, to build on your existing strengths and increase your sense of power over the difficulties you may be facing.
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH - INTENSIVE OUTREACH
An intensive outreach program for people aged 16 to 64 years who have a severe enduring mental illness and a high level of psychiatric disability who require an enhanced level of support so they may live independently in the community.
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CARE COORDINATION
This service is designed to support people experiencing a severe mental illness and who have multiple and complex needs, aged 16 to 64 years and currently receiving Clinical Case Management from Eastern Health Area Mental Health Services.
Dental Health Service
Independence and wellbeing through self management and appropriate treatment of their oral health.
Dietitians can help people to understand the relationship between what they eat, their health and wellbeing.
each child - child care
We believe that family is the most important and influential factor in a child's development and that all families need support.
each child - early intervention program
each child early intervention offers a range of programs and activities designed to minimise the impact of a disability or developmental delay.
each child - kindergarten
Family is the most important and influential factor in a child's development.
each child Therapy & Family Support
The each child Therapy and Family Support Team offers services to families with concerns about their child's development.
EACH Employment Services
EACH Employment Services is a quality disability employment network service that assists people with a disability find employment then provides ongoing support to help sustain employment.
EACH GP Clinic
The each GP clinic is comprised of clinics with a special focus.
Recruitment and placement of volunteers into EACH programs.
Eastern Drug and Alcohol Service (EDAS)
EDAS provides free and confidential drug and alcohol counselling, support and education in Melbourne's Eastern Metropolitan Region.
EASTERN MENTAL HEALTH COMMUNITY INTAKE
The Eastern Mental Health Community Intake service is a central access point for people with a severe mental illness, their carers and family, and referrers seeking community mental health services in the Eastern Adult Mental Health Service area.
Eastern Victims Assistance and Counselling (EVAC)
EVAC brings together a range of support and counselling services for individuals, families or groups who have been affected by violent crimes such as family violence, sexual assault, physical assault and murder.
Family Relationship Centre
A key aspect of the centre’s work is the provision of joint parenting negotiation sessions which focus on assisting parents to agree on parenting arrangements appropriate for their children while manageable for the parents.
Family Relationship Support for Carers
A statewide service providing counselling, mediation and future planning support for families caring for someone with a disability.
Do you have money worries? A financial counsellor might be able to help!
Gambler’s Help Eastern
Support for people affected by problem gambling.
Golden Wattle House
Golden Wattle House is a supported social group offering the opportunity for older frail and isolated people to continue to be active within the community.
headspace Port Macquarie (NSW)
headspace Port Macquarie provides mental health and wellbeing support, information and clinical services to young people aged 12-25 years and their families.
Healesville Early Intervention Program
Therapy through play, supporting children and their families.
The Health Promotion team works in partnership with community members, government, schools, businesses and other organisations to improve health and wellbeing of population groups experiencing health inequities.
Home Care Packages
A Home Care Package is a Commonwealth Government funded package. These are individually planned and coordinated packages of case management support and services, designed to assist the Home Care Package recipients who have been needs assessed.
Indigenous Community Links (NSW) - formerly the Community Support Service
Indigenous Community Links works with the Aboriginal community members and their families to help identify and overcome barriers to accessing services.
Killara House is available to people experiencing dementia, memory loss or reduced mental ability.
LIfetime Care & Support Scheme (NSW)
The Lifetime Care & Support Scheme (LTCSS) provides treatment, rehabilitation and attendant care services to people severely injured in motor accidents in NSW.
Links to Learning (NSW)
Links to Learning operates in Armidale, NSW. It is a creative and practical program for young students at risk of leaving school early.
Maroondah No Interest Loan Scheme
Loans to Health Care or Pension Card holders and people on low incomes to buy essential household items.
Maroondah Social and Community Health Centre
A community-based, not for profit service providing accessible, affordable and quality health care services for children and adults.
New South Wales - Disability & Aged Care Services
New South Wales DACS provides high quality, individualised services that enhance independence and choice and strengthen community engagement.
New South Wales: Youth and Family Services
EACH NSW provides a range of of Youth & Family services across various locations in the New England and Mid North Coast regions of NSW.
Non Placement Support Services (NSW)
EACH NSW is a Preferred Regional Provider for the provision of Non Placement Support Services (funded by Community Services) on a fee for service basis across the New England and Mid North Coast regions.
Occupational Therapists give professional advice and support to people needing help with their daily living activities in the home and in the general community.
Older Adult Services - Carer Focussed Initiatives
Older Adult Services offer a range of social activities for frail elderly and isolated people, those with dementia and people with a disability still living at home or in a supported residential service accommodation.
Older Adult Services - Social Activity Groups
Older Adult Services offers a range of social activities for frail elderly and isolated people, those with dementia and people with a disability still living at home or in a supported residential service accommodation.
Making a difference in our community by linking people with people.
Physiotherapy helps people maintain or regain as much movement, strength, fitness and independence as possible.
The EACH Podiatry service is available to people who are frail and to those with chronic health conditions that affect their feet.
The Reconnect program is a community-based early intervention service that assists young people aged 12 to 18 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and those who are experiencing problems related to family conflict, changes in family
Regional Counselling Services
Providing a range of counselling and support services to individuals and families of all ages to help them to improve their health and wellbeing.
Respite for Carers - Mental Health
Provides respite for carers supporting someone with a mental health issue, intellectual disability or autism spectrum disorder.
Respite for Carers - Disability
Respite for carers supporting a person with an intellectual disability or autism spectrum disorder.
SHADES aims to reduce the risk of people with a mental illness experiencing recurring homelessness.
Shiralee Programs - National Respite for Carers Program (NRCP)
The Shiralee Program enables carers to take a break from their caring role.
SKIPS (Supporting Kids in Primary Schools)
SKIPS (Supporting Kids in Primary Schools) is a unique program for primary schools that educates about mental illness in families and how schools support children in those families.
Specialist Homelessness Service Glen Innes (NSW)
The Specialist Homelessness Service Glen Innes provides housing and support to young people aged 16-25 years who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
SRS & Self Directed Supports
Provides a broad range of personal support either in the home or within the community to those with an Individualised Support Package.
Veteran’s Home Care (NSW)
Veterans' Home Care (VHC) is a Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) program designed to assist those veterans and war widows or widowers who wish to continue living at home, but who need a small amount of practical help.
Visions - Community Participation
High quality, meaningful activities for people with disabilities to enhance independence, abilities, community participation and quality of life.
Wednesday Activity Group
The Wednesday Activity Group is a social support group that has been in operation for over 30 years
Well Women’s Clinic
A health service provided for women by women
Youth and Family Services
Providing assistance to young people who experience risks to their health and wellbeing, and disconnection from family and community relationships.
Youth Connections (NSW)
The Youth Connections program is for young people aged 11 to 19 years, who are most at risk of leaving school early and not getting Year 12 or equivalent, and their families.