Our services

Alcohol and Other Drugs/Dual Diagnosis

Banyule Community Health provides counselling and care and recovery support for clients with alcohol and other drug and or/dual diagnosis issues. We undertake a comprehensive intake and assessment process combined with a daily Clinical Review process. All treatment plans are developed in collaboration with clients, consistent with a client-centred treatment approach. We can assist with case management support; referral to detox and rehabilitation facilities and counselling support (individual and/or group based therapy).


Banyule Community Health Complex Care Managers aim to help people access services they need to stay safe, independent and healthy as possible.  Care Managers support people to achieve this in close consultation with you, your family and your health professionals. The amount of involvement by the Care Manager is based on your needs and your ability to manage those needs.  The Care Manager will be involved for as long as it takes to improve your health management.

3081 Angels

“Supporting our local children with preloved clothing and goods”

A partnership between Banyule Community Health Centre, Rosanna Baptist Church and the West Heidelberg community.


That no child in West Heidelberg and surrounding areas will be without basic material needs.


General Counselling

The Banyule Community Health Generalist Counselling Program provides a range of services for individuals, couples, children and families affected by common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, especially as a result of social disadvantage.

We also work with a range of other problems including but not exclusive to: grief and loss, family violence, past sexual abuse, couple / family relationship / children's issues, and parenting difficulties.

Youth Foundation 3081

Youth Foundation West Heidelberg, better known as YF3081, is a youth led community strengthening program. Young people aged 12-25 years with a connection to the post code area of 3081, can make a real difference in their community by applying for grants to fund projects to address issues that concern them. 

Speech Pathology

Speech Pathology Services are available for children aged birth to school entry.

The services available include:

  • Assessment and consultation
  • Individual treatment
  • Group treatment
  • Information for parents, carers and community service providers (e.g. pre-school teachers)

Does your child have a communication difficulty? Seek advice from a speech pathologist if your child is:


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