Albury Wodonga Health Mental Health has three short stay residential mental health recovery and rehabilitation support services. 

These services are for people aged 16 to 64 years with moderate to severe and ongoing mental health conditions such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, and can also include conditions such as severe personality disorder, severe anxiety disorder, self-harm or inappropriate behaviour impacting others.

The purpose of recovery and rehabilitation services are to support people suffering with a mental illness in the community, while managing their condition and helping them develop a meaningful and satisfying life by promoting recovery and wellbeing.

Services include: 

Based in Wodonga, Benambra consists of four, 2-bed, self-contained units with 24-hour clinical support for clients aged 16 to 64.  Clients have their own single bedroom and share common facilities such as the kitchen, bathroom and lounge.

Taking an individual recovery approach the program includes group participation, clinical support and community engagement with clients typically staying between three to six months.

Phone: 02 6056 5803

Jarrah Prevention and Recovery Centre (PARC) is a 10 bed, short stay, up to 28 days, residential accommodation for people aged 16 to 65 years, who are at risk of experiencing a relapse of a mental illness or, who are recovering from a period of mental ill health.  This early active intervention care is important to avert the need for inpatient services.

The Centre is focussed on recovery, rehabilitation and wellbeing with Allied Health Clinicians supporting people on their recovery journey, helping them focus on goal setting and positive life choices to enhance wellbeing.

Phone: 02 6051 7587

The Willows rehabilitation service comprises seven houses in the Beechworth, Victoria with 24 hour support. They accommodate up to 18 people aged 16 to 65 years with ongoing mental health conditions, impaired psychosocial functioning with reduced capacity to live independently.

Care is focused on an individual’s needs, abilities and interest with the aim to develop a collaborative recovery plan to encourage the development of daily living skills.

Phone: 03 5728 3311