Services
  Accommodation and Carer Support
  Clinics
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  Critical Care
  Day Procedure Unit
  Dialysis
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  Medical Imaging
  Medical Units
  Mental Health
  North East Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
  Adult Community Mental Health Services
  Aged Psychiatry Service
  Kerferd Unit
  Integrated Primary Mental Health Service (IPMHS)
  Oncology
  Paediatric Services
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  Palliative Care
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  Pharmacy
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  Rehabilitation / Allied Health
  Rehabilitation Units - Inpatient
  Surgical Units
  On-site Private Provider Services

Mental Health

The Mental Health Service at AWH - Wodonga Campus is committed to provide high quality mental health services to adults, children and adolescents who live within our catchment area.

Public mental health services provide specialist assessment, treatment and ongoing care to people with serious mental health problems.

Services are also provided offering support and advice to their families and carers.

Public mental health services are funded by the Department of Human Services and are managed through the Victorian Hospital System.

Services include:

A variety of statewide services provide treatment for clients with special needs.

  • Mental health services staff work closely with GPs and otehr health and community care providers in order to deliver the best possible care.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
North East Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service Child and adolescent mental health services are available to young people aged up to 18 years with serious psychiatric disturbance or who are at risk of such disturbance. Read more »

Adult Community Mental Health Services
Adult mental health services are available to people aged 16 to 64 years who have, or are at risk of, serious mental illness and people who are at risk of suicide. Read more »

Aged Persons` Mental Health Services

Integrated Primary Mental Health Service (IPMHS)

Kerferd Unit

Mental Health Education Research Team

Residents of NSW who wish to access a mental health service should ring the Greater Southern Accessline: 1800 800 944

Mental Health Information Booklet