It is normal for a traumatic event to affect you emotionally and physically. The best source of support is your usual networks - family, friends and community.

However if you need further help the Bushfire Counselling Line can provide advice, counselling through a range of options, and referral as appropriate.

Select here to read more: Beyond Bushfires

Gateway Health needs and vaoues your input. The Victorian Healthcare Experience Survey (VHES) is a way that you can let us know about your experience of care given at Gateway Health.

Gateway Health has developed the catchment-based needs assessment and strategic plan for addressing critical service delivery gaps in Alcohol and Other Drugs for Ovens Murray (Hume) for 2018-2021.

It’s business as usual for Gateway Health over the Christmas and New Year period, except for the public holidays.

Our offices will be closed on Christmas Day (Wednesday December 25); Boxing Day (Thursday December 26); and New Year’s Day (Wednesday January 1).

Note: office closes at 3pm on Christmas Eve, 24 December.

Select here to read more: Christmas Opening Hours 2019

Gateway Health’s Gender Service Community Reference Group member, Riley Briese, has won the Premier’s volunteer of the year award! We knew that he was one of the winners of his category, then he won the overall award (Dame Elisabeth Murdoch award) which included a $10,000 donation to a charity/non-profit of his choice – and he has chosen Gateway Health’s Gender Service.

Select here to read more: Congratulations Riley!

NDIS ready staff

Gateway Health is NDIS ready!

We’ve been helping people in communities across North East Victoria and Southern New South Wales for over twenty five years.

We are a registered NDIS service provider, and can support you in your home, at our centres, and out in your community.

Select here to find out more about how we can help you.

See, feel and hear ordinary people taking the lead role in their own story, sharing experiences of voices, depression, anxiety, trauma and of diagnosis, life, loss, and ultimately hope. This powerful performance is something rare and important that balances humour alongside tough topics such as bullying, self-harm and suicide, to ultimately build empathy and unite us all in the human journey.

Select here to view our documentary

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