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Over a lifetime, almost one in two Victorians will experience mental illness. This year, 1.3 million Victorians will face mental illness and half of those won’t get help.
Young people needing mental health treatment and support will soon benefit from a new $11.9 million youth prevention and recovery care service (YPARC) in Parkville.
The $20 million Mental Health and Other Drug Facilities Renewal Fund (MHAODFRF) provides government funding to Victorian public mental health and alcohol and other drug services so they can conti...
The Victorian Government is investing more than $52.1 million in the Regional alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation services - Stage 2 and 3.
The Victorian Government is investing $11.9 million in the new North West Metropolitan Youth Prevention and Recovery Care (YPARC) centre.
The Victorian Government’s $6.2 million upgrade of the intensive care area at Orygen Youth Health in Footscray is now complete.
The Victorian Government has invested in the mental health beds expansion program to deliver more acute mental health beds for Victorians.
10 October is World Mental Health Day and we’re sharing the work we do in supporting the mental health and wellbeing of all Victorians.
Seventeen health services will share in $9.3 million in funding to improve safety for patients in adult acute mental health inpatient units.
Construction has begun on the $11.9 million North West Metropolitan Youth Prevention and Recovery Care (YPARC) centre in Melbourne’s north west.