The ACMH Services are located in Albury, Wodonga and Wangaratta and provide specialist clinical assessment, treatment and on-going care to people who have, or are at risk of serious mental illness or suicide, including people with co-occurring alcohol and/or other drug problems.
Accessing mental health services
Self refer— phone triage 1300 104 211
For Wodonga region residents: NEBMHS Triage Ph: 1300 104 211
For Wangaratta region residents: NEBMHS Triage Ph: 1300 104 211
For NSW residents: Mental Health Triage Service Ph: 1300 104 211
Attend the Accident & Emergency Department at your local Hospital
Attend an appointment with your GP requesting a Mental Health Plan and discussing a referral to Mental Health Services
A phone call to the NEBMHS triage service means that an experienced triage clinician will listen to you and discuss the best options for your care. Once it has been established that you can be assisted by mental health services, a response based on urgency and need is organised for further support.
The range of services provided by the team include:
- Triage assessment
- Short term crisis support through the ARRT/CAT team
- Longer term continuing care through case management.
NEBMHS has adopted a recovery oriented approach, and along with using evidence-based practices promote building on your strengths and improving your wellbeing.
Further information contact:
Albury Community Mental Health Service
Brain & Mind Centre
Access via Wandoo Court, Albury, NSW, 2640
Phone: (02) 6058 1750
Wodonga Adult Mental Health Service
4 Watson St, Wodonga, Vic, 3690
Phone: (02) 6051 7950
Wangaratta Community Mental Health Service
Margaret Boyd Centre,
Dixon St, Wangaratta, Vic, 3677.
Phone: (03) 5722 5347