The emergency department mental health, alcohol and other drugs hub – at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne – is one of six new hubs being delivered across the state.
The six hubs are part of the Victorian Government’s $32 million investment to better support Victorians experiencing urgent mental health, alcohol and drug issues.
The new six-bed hub means people presenting at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne’s emergency department with mental health, alcohol or other drug issues can be fast-tracked to specialist, dedicated care – providing them with the right support, sooner.
This investment builds on the work of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System’s 74 recommendations to transform mental health support and care to make it accessible, flexible and responsive.
Learn more about the emergency department mental health, alcohol and other drugs hub project via our dedicated program page.
- FUNDING ANNOUNCED 2018-19
- Constructions MID-2021 BUILDER APPOINTED
- CONSTRUCTION BEGAN MID-2021
- Constructions 2022 CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED
- 2018-19 FUNDING ANNOUNCED
- MID-2021 Constructions BUILDER APPOINTED
- MID-2021 CONSTRUCTION BEGAN
- 2022 Constructions CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED
Last updated: 29 September 2022
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