We address mental health at all stages, with preventative and early intervention mental health services, as well as support for families experiencing mental health difficulties.
Almost half of all Australians aged 16 to 85 will experience a mental health difficulty at some stage in their lives1. We understand that mental health problems are prevalent and can significantly impair family relationships. However, with the right support, you can improve your mental wellbeing.
At Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV), we work to address mental health at all stages, with preventative and early intervention mental health services, as well as support for families experiencing mental health difficulties.
Mental ill health can affect family relationships at any stage in life. Our counselling services can help families to foster and strengthen these relationships when mental health puts them under pressure.
Our counsellors can also work with individuals and couples who are affected by mental illness.
We are proud to be the lead agency for the headspace centre in Bairnsdale. Working with a consortium of local service providers, the centre supports young people aged 12 to 25 to improve wellbeing and mental health. Find out more about the headspace Bairnsdale centre here.
We are also consortium partners in the Hawthorn and Greensborough headspace centres.
Our i-Connect Family Mental Health Support Service helps children and young people under 18 years of age who are affected by mental illness in East Gippsland. Find out more here.
Almost half the population will experience mental health issues at some stage in their lives, including in the workplace1. It’s important, therefore, that workplaces are equipped to support employees experiencing these issues.
Our Managing mental health in the workplace professional development workshop is designed to help workplaces to respond appropriately and assist people experiencing mental ill-health. Find out more here.