We can help you manage your mental health with care and compassion.
DPV Health social workers, psychologists and mental health nurses offer a safe, respectful and confidential service to suit your needs. By using current research evidence and professional experience, our qualified team members observe your wishes and preferences to help address any mental health and wellbeing concerns.
We offer face-to-face counselling, case work and group work in a respectful, empathic, non-judgmental way. Our services may help you to manage stress, find a way to cope, build on strengths, develop healthier lifestyles and explore alternative solutions to the issues you are facing.
DPV Health counsellors work with respect for their clients, their values, their uniqueness and their right to self-determination. Our services are available to people from different ages, disability, religion, ethnicity, social status, sexual preference, indigeneity and genders.
When to use this service
You may wish to use our counseling, psychology and social work services for:
- Effects of trauma
- Self-esteem and confidence
- Lifestyle changes related to illness
- Grief and loss
- Carers support
- Stress management
- Family violence
- Relationship or personal issues you may need to discuss
- LGBTIQ supportive counselling: individuals and family
- Support and counselling for Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Our counselling services provide:
- Individual counselling
- A focus on client-directed goals
- Information and links to other appropriate community agencies
- Groups for women affected by Family Violence: “Keeping Safe, Strong and Smart”
- Groups for Refugee and Asylum Seekers: “Rebuilding our Life in Australia”
- Self-care Art Therapy Workshops.
- Secondary consultation to service providers
- Community education sessions
Fees may apply. Free service for low and medium income earners.
NDIS Service: Fees apply and are based on NDIS Price Guide.
Who can use this service
Our services are available to people aged 18 years and over, residing and/or working in the cities of Hume and Whittlesea.
NDIS clients: must have counselling, psychology or social work hours in their NDIS plan. Fees apply and are based on NDIS Price Guide.
Family violence counselling for women: available to women experiencing family violence and is funded by Women’s Health in the North supporting by Victorian Department of Health.
How to make an appointment
To book call 1300 234 263 (select option 4) or fill in the contact us form below. Interpreters are available.
Referral information for Health Professionals can be found here.
This service is available at DPV Health – Epping, Mill Park, Broadmeadows and Whittlesea. See location map below.
Do you need support during the holiday period?
The holiday period may be joyous for some but for those that have limited social connections, the holidays can make loneliness feel especially excruciating. You are not alone, we are here to help!
If you need support you can call our HeadtoHelp service. A trained professional will take your call, give you advice, and if you need it, connect you to a free HeadtoHelp hub or help you find the support that suits your needs.
For more information on this FREE service click here