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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North Richmond Community Health

The Care Navigation pilot supports participants and service providers to address barriers to accessing the supports and services needed to improve health outcomes for people with AOD and co-occurring physical and mental health, including risk of suicide, chronic disease and other complex needs.

The service is delivered in North Richmond with assertive outreach in the City of Yarra and the City of Melbourne.

Target populations:

People who use alcohol and/or drugs and have a physical and/or mental health issue who require assistance to navigate the service system.

Locations: Melbourne, Richmond>North Richmond, Yarra


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Dardi Munwurro

Aboriginal alcohol and other drug treatment service delivered through brief interventions and care support for Aboriginal men accessing the organisation.

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

Target populations:

Aboriginal men

Locations: Preston


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Youth Projects

The Substance Misuse Treatment Program is a primary health service that provides health care and support to improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and experiencing comorbid alcohol and other drug and mental health concerns.

The program provides appointment based and drop in services from the Living Room Primary Health Service in the Melbourne CBD.

Target populations:

16+ individuals experiencing primary or secondary homelessness.

Locations: Melbourne


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

IPC Health

An alcohol and other drug treatment service that delivers 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:

Any person experiencing AOD and mental health concerns over the age of 16, and their family members, partners and significant others etc.

Locations: Hoppers Crossing, St Albans


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Intensive Outreach & Case Management | Flat Out

A state–wide advocacy and homelessness support service for women who have had contact with the criminal justice and/or prison system in Victoria.

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

Target populations:

Women 18+ (with or without children).

Locations: Footscray


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Service | Sunbury Community Health

Individual assessment, care planning, counselling and other support services for individuals, carers, families and significant others affected by alcohol and other drug use.

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

Target populations:

People residing in Sunbury and the surrounding communities.

Locations: Sunbury


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Substance Abuse & Family Support Service (SAFS) | Mackillop Family Services

Home- based outreach counselling, assistance and advocacy to families where at least one adult family member (parent) has an identified substance use impacting on family functioning.

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

Target populations:

Families with a parent identified substance use impacting on family functioning.

Locations: Footscray, Outreach


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Connexions | Jesuit Social Services

Counselling, casework and advocacy for young people. The program seeks to engage young people by establishing relationships built on trust and understanding.

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

Target populations:

Young People (16-28 years) with high and complex needs, particularly individuals struggling with concurrent mental health and substance misuse.

Locations: Collingwood, Sunshine


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Hello Sunday Morning | Daybreak Program

Daybreak is an online program that helps you change your relationship with alcohol through a supportive community, habit-change experiments, and one-on-one chat with health coaches.

Target populations:

For all people.

Locations: N/A


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Muslim Youth, Adult and Families Program | Odyssey House

AOD services including counselling, youth outreach, case management and care coordination.

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

This service is a collaboration between Odyssey House, Salvation Army, SHARC and YSAS.

Target populations:

Muslim community with AOD substance use issues.

Locations: Glenroy


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED

Melton Youth AOD counselling service | Odyssey House

AOD counselling and outreach support to young people with AOD and mental health issues.

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

Target populations:

Young people (12- 25 years) with AOD substance use issues.

Locations: Melton

Mobile Health and Access point (MhAP) | cohealth

An access point for vulnerable young people, including those in CALD communities, who face barriers in accessing mainstream AOD and other health related services.

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

Target populations:

Marginalised young people who are disengaged from mainstream services.

Locations: Brimbank, Melton, Wyndham


REFERRAL NOT REQUIRED