Mental Health & Wellbeing Hubs

Local Hubs Offer Mental Health Support

Community members experiencing mental health problems now have access to mental health and wellbeing services through Mental Health & Wellbeing Hubs.

There are over 25 Hubs that provide Victorians with easier access to mental health support as they continue to navigate through the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

EACH is proud to have been selected as one of the community health partners delivering this service, supporting people to address issues such as anxiety, stress and fear that relates to a deterioration in wellbeing and mental health. The services is also available to those who are experiencing isolation and disruption in their life through the pandemic. This may include job loss, income concerns and returning safely to everyday life.

Our trained and qualified mental health workers will provide:

  • Fast tracked and tailored support
  • Psycho-social information relating to mental health concerns and wellbeing strategies
  • Brief goal orientated interventions
  • A walk-in service at a couple of community service sites.

We will provide a pathway for recovery through a Wellness plan and coaching, which is done conjunction with any current support service you have.

Support workers are on hand at every Hub to assess Victorians’ needs, help them develop strategies to cope – and if people’s concerns require more intensive support, they will provide direct links and pathways to other health and social support services. This makes these pop-up mental health services a great place to contact people who are unsure of where to start seeking assistance.

To ensure Victorians can access a Hub, no matter where they live, support is provided through a mix of face-to-face, telehealth, mobile outreach and online settings.

Mental Health & Wellbeing Hubs Client Story

* Names and identifying details have been changed to protect the privacy of individuals.

Following a major friendship breakdown, Lora* become unwell and began to feel isolated and vulnerable. After turning to a local hospital for care, she was referred to EACH for ongoing support.

As soon as Lora started getting support from EACH, she started to feel better. It was an opportunity to explore the experience she had with a mental health professional. Lora found talking about it really helpful.

Lora is in regular contact with the service, which includes welfare checks to make sure she is doing well. She feels supported as she works on her recovery.

Lora says that the flexibility of the service and the easy access has made it a lot easier for her to engage with us. She encourages anyone out there who is struggling with mental health to reach out, you are not alone.

Need Support?

We have Mental Health & Wellbeing Hubs at our centres in:

Box Hill: 2/26-28 Prospect St, Box Hill

Boronia: 93 Boronia Rd, Boronia (entre via Dorset Sq)

Narre Warren: 5/66 Victor Cres, Narre Warren

If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, please contact 1300 375 330 for support.

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