Head to Health Heidelberg West
Find the mental health service that’s right for you
When you call Head to Health on 1800 595 212, an experienced mental health professional will listen and work with you to find the best ways to get the help you need. You can also get help for someone else.
Depending on your need, you may:
- be connected with suitable existing mental health services
- receive care at a Head to Health hub, either onsite or through telehealth
- be connected to specialist or acute mental health services, including emergency care
What people say about us…
“After a life changing event that made life crumble around me, I had to face many issues that I could have never fully identified or fixed without the ongoing support of Head to Health”
“The caring approach given to my son has been helpful in providing guidance for his mental health and supporting him to navigate other challenges that also arise for teenagers”
“It is wonderful to have telephone consultations as I wouldn’t otherwise be able to get to the clinic.”
About Banyule Community Health
Head to Health’s hub location in Heidelberg West
Banyule Community Health in West Heidelberg offers a range of mental health services to individuals, couples, children and families.
Free call: 1800 595 212 (Monday to Friday 8 am – 5 pm) or submit an online form to request a call back
Hub location: 21 Alamein Road, Heidelberg West
If you need immediate help or are at risk of harm to yourself or others call 000
For urgent support, call:
Lifeline 13 11 14
SuicideLine 1300 651 251
Head to Health
Call 1800 595 212
Monday to Friday 8.30am–5pm
(except public holidays)
If you can’t get through,
click here to request a call back.
After hours & weekends
If it is after hours and you would like to talk to someone, call:
Beyond Blue 1800 512 348
MensLine 1300 789 978
KidsLine 1800 551 800
Head to Health acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of country throughout Victoria, and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.
We also recognise, respect and affirm the central role played in our work by people with lived experience, their families and/or carers.
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