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  1. Hospitals, clinics and residential options for mental illness

    17 Jul 2019

    There are a range of mental health services, some provided by government and some that are run by private or community providers...

  2. People with a disability who experience violence, abuse or neglect

    17 Jul 2019

    People with a disability who experience violence, abuse or neglect can seek help from a range of services specifically designed to help them...

  3. Grief - how to support the bereaved

    17 Jul 2019

    If you're unsure of how to support someone who is grieving, ask them...

  4. Disability groups and networks

    05 Jul 2019

    Connecting with other people who have a disability and their families can be a good way of getting informal advice and support...

  5. Getting help for a mental illness

    05 Jul 2019

    If you are feeling unwell, overwhelmed, depressed, anxious or suicidal, it is important to know that there is help out there. Mental health support services are available throughout Victoria, 24 hours...

  6. Hospital emergency departments

    03 Jul 2019

    Hospital emergency services are for people with serious illness or injury...

  7. Types of doctors and health professionals

    03 Jul 2019

    Doctors and other health professionals all have a different role to play in your healthcare...

  8. After-hours healthcare options

    03 Jul 2019

    For unexpected after-hours medical issues, there are telephone helplines, pharmacies, after-hours medical clinics or doctors who can visit you at home...

  9. Who to call in a crisis

    03 Jul 2019

    Immediate telephone assistance is available for all kinds of emergencies...

  10. Primary healthcare explained

    03 Jul 2019

    Primary healthcare is the first contact a person has with the health care system when they have a health problem. This is usually your general practitioner (GP) or pharmacist...