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Telehealth available for Medical appointments and other selected health services.
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Helping hands for better health
DPV Health is a non-for profit organization with the aim to support our Community’s health and wellbeing. Its part of our mission and values to provide culturally inclusive healthcare and support services to ensure our community receives equitable access to care.
A DPV Health we have many support programs designed specifically for individual and community groups and will continue to provide initiatives that address public health concerns, close gaps, and improve people’s everyday living conditions.
Below are some of the services and programs available at DPV Health. For further details on eligibility and fees please see Related Services & programs section below.
See below for range of Community Support services & programs offered at DPV Health.
Click on below for Community Support Services & Programs offered at DPV Health.
We provide a range of dedicated consultative services for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health.
We offer free asthma self-management education and support for children and young people with asthma and their families.
A Community Health Nurse will work with you to help promote and maintain your good health.
We provide comprehensive health assessments to newly arrived refugee and asylum seeker clients.
At DPV Health, we can provide you with comprehensive health assessments, referral to primary health, and education on Australian health systems.
Providing culturally safe and appropriate services for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (and gender diverse), Intersex, Queer (and Questioning) (LGBTIQ) community.
The DPV Health Homelessness Service is a case management service funded to support people at risk of or experiencing homelessness, and currently living in or have links to the Whittlesea Local Government area.
Our School Focused Youth Service supports students from year 5 to 12 who are attending school but are vulnerable to or showing signs of disengaging from school.
Pathways to Good Health is a support service forhighly vulnerable children entering the Out-of-Home-Care system (OoHC) for the first time and all young people residing in residential care. It provides health care to address health deficits.
We are committed to the oral care and wellbeing of all clients.
The DPV Health Dental Clinic offers a general dental practice and emergency service program within public sector guidelines.
We deliver projects across a wide range of settings including local schools, kindergartens, day care centres, youth services, sports clubs, workplaces, community groups and organisations in some of the most disadvantaged suburbs in the local catchments.
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If you would like to make contact with us, to leave a message or query, please complete the form below. Alternatively please call us on 1300 234 263.
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