Headspace supports young people 12 – 25, with mental health, physical health, drug and alcohol support, and educational and vocational support. They offer assistance through telehealth or through an online forum.
The Victorian Government has partnered with headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation to develop SAFEMinds: Schools And Families Enhancing Minds, a comprehensive learning and resource package that will enhance the capacity of school communities to effectively identify children and young people with early signs of mental health issues, offer school-based interventions and refer appropriately when needed.
Information available for schools and for families.
Butterfly Foundation for eating disorders offers a multitude of services and programs that provide support, treatment, prevention, early intervention, education and training.
Berry Street provides family violence support services, trauma services, out of home care, and parent and family services.
The Salvation Army works to support families in the community who are experiencing difficulties in the form of food parcels and vouchers. Local activities and programs are also offered for families and individuals.
Kildonan Uniting Care supports vulnerable families who need access to emergency relief, housing and homelessness, mental health, drug and alcohol supports.
Anglicare assists families who need access to emergency relief, family violence services, drug and alcohol supports.
Relationships Victoria offer counselling for young people and families requiring family dispute resolution or mediation.
Victoria Legal Aid supports families and young people with legal matters.
The Orange Door is a free service for adults, children, and young people who are experiencing or have experienced family violence and families who need extra help.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week support for women and children who are victims of family violence.