System of Care services

Our system of care promotes a person-centred approach to mental health, suicide and alcohol and other drug treatment and care. It supports services that are responsive to community needs and expectations.

Services commissioned under our system of care deliver targeted, appropriate services to a wide range of community and cultural groups at numerous locations across our region.

Services in this directory are presented according to age group, target population, location, treatment type and level of vulnerability to assist people to find the best service for their individual needs.

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Innerspace Dual Diagnosis Service | cohealth

Highly responsive service addressing mental health and psychosocial difficulties in the context of substance dependency.

People generally receive a flexible number of sessions to meet their needs.

Target populations:

People experiencing comorbid mental health and AOD issues.

Locations: Collingwood


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Dual Diagnosis Program | IPC Health

IPC Health provide a dual diagnosis program to people experiencing AOD and mental health concerns.

People generally receive a flexible number of sessions to meet their needs.

Target populations:

People experiencing coexisting mental health and AOD issues.

Locations: Hoppers Crossing, St Albans


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Parallel Pathways | Youth Projects

Healthcare and support to improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and are experiencing comorbid AOD substance misuse and mental health concerns.

People generally receive a flexible number of sessions to meet their needs.

Target populations:

Individuals with coexisting mental health and AOD experiencing primary or secondary homelessness.

Locations: Melbourne


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Making Waves | Eastern Health Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre

Specialised psychosocial treatment for individuals presenting with coexisting substance dependence, borderline personality traits and/or mental health concerns. People generally receive 12 sessions in this program.

Target populations:

People and their families with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD).

Locations: Richmond


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED