Wellbeing Support Services

YDHS offers a range of social work and welfare services as part of the Primary Health Care department.
Services include:

Social work

Our social workers can provide support and information in response to issues such as financial hardship, family violence, addiction issues, feelings of sadness, worry and confusion and advice and support for carers. They can also help with concerns arising from ongoing health issues which can include deteriorating decision-making ability and self-care capabilities.

Counselling (Royal Flying Doctor Service)

Onsite counselling is available via the Royal Flying Doctor Service Wellbeing Program for adults who live in Yarram and the surrounding district. The service provides a space to talk through personal issues and general concerns and help manage low mood, relationship concerns and anxiety. A referral from your GP is required to access this service.

Emergency financial relief

Financial assistance can be provided to Yarram and surrounding district residents who find themselves in crisis or financial hardship. This assistance is subject to availability and assessment.

Homelessness support service

This program supports people who are homeless to access emergency, short or longer term housing.

For emergency after hours housing support call 1800 825 955 or 1800 627 727.

Integrated Family Services

Integrated family services provide a comprehensive range of services for vulnerable children (from pre-birth up to 17 years old) and their families to promote children’s safety, stability and healthy development. Access to this program is via The Orange Door – tel. 1800 512 358.

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Further information

For further information about these services please call YDHS Service Access on 1800 934 722.