Acute Mental Health Inpatient UnitThe Acute Mental Health Inpatient Unit at South West Healthcare provides specialist inpatient mental health services for the South West Region of Victoria.
Adult Mental HealthSouth West Healthcare Adult Mental Health Services provide specialist treatment and recovery-oriented services for people living South West Victoria who have a serious mental illness.
Aged Persons Mental HealthAged persons mental health services are primarily for people with mental illness who are over the age of 65. We provide specialist services for the treatment of depression, psychosis, dementia and other behavioural difficulties that occur later in life.
Migrant and Refugee SupportSettlement, Engagement & Transition Support (SETS) aims to equip humanitarian entrants and other vulnerable migrants in their first five years in Australia with the knowledge and skills to settle in our region. Clients are given settlement related information advice, advocacy and assistance to access mainstream services that helps them to plan and meet their own needs.
Perinatal Emotional Health ProgramThe Perinatal Emotional Health Program (PEHP) is a voluntary program of South West Healthcare Mental Health Services that provides family centred psychological care for women and or partners during pregnancy and up to one year post birth.
PharmacySouth West Healthcare Pharmacy provides comprehensive medication services to a range of patients and carers as needed for their best care.
Prevention and Recovery Centre (PARC)Ngootyoong Prevention and Recovery Centre (PARC) is a recovery service for the community of Warrnambool and surrounding regions including Glenelg, Southern Grampians, Moyne and most of Corangamite.
Primary and Commissioned ServicesThe Primary Mental Health Team (PMHT) is a program of South West Healthcare Mental Health Services that is made up of a number of mental health professionals who provide support and consultation, primarily in the area of depression and anxiety, to primary health care providers, in particular general practitioners (GPs), and community health practitioners.
Suicide PreventionTo prevent suicides and reduce the devastation it causes, it is important that our communities get the support they need. Our services aim to reduce the risk of suicide, to support people at risk of taking their own lives and to provide support to families and loved ones who may be bereaved by suicide.