Free support in your community.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Local is a service that helps Victorians get mental health and wellbeing support when they need it, where they need it.
Local Services will be the front door to your mental health and wellbeing support, providing free treatment, care and support for people who are experiencing mental health concerns, including people experiencing mental health and substance use concerns at the same time.
It is free, easy to access and located in your community.
We believe anyone needing help should be able to access straight-forward continued support. We’ll be with you throughout your journey.
We offer one-on-one and group supports and advice through Wellbeing Navigators and Peer Workers who are here to listen and help you explore the services and supports right for you and your situation.
Support is available in person at our site or via telehealth.
You can expect to be asked ‘how can we help’. We are here to listen. Everyone has their own story, and we want to hear yours.
We are a safe, inclusive, and welcoming service. You can expect your cultural and personal needs to always be respected.
You will be able to decide what you need on your recovery journey, including:
Person-centred wellbeing supports
Education, peer support and self-help
Participant-led care planning and coordination with other service providers
Mental health supports
You will talk to a peer worker (this may be in person, online or over the phone.)
This worker will focus on listening and understanding your concerns so they can offer the right support.
You may wish for your family, carers and friends to be a part of your support and recovery, and we can help you bring them on your journey.
For more information regarding Mental Health and Wellbeing Locals, including other locations operated by other providers, please visit: