This Reflect RAP provides Gateway Health a roadmap to begin its reconciliation journey. Through implementing a Reflect RAP, Gateway Health will lay the foundations for future RAPs and reconciliation initiatives.
RASP is a post-withdrawal, non-residential, harm reduction group program. It is an evidence-based intervention, primarily focusing on changing addictive behaviours.
SMART is a free group program assisting people with any problematic behaviours, including drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, food, shopping, the internet and others.
The Gender Identity Group is a therapeutically-based support group for people aged 12 to 25, located at headspace Albury Wodonga.
This is a social group for LGBTIQA+ young people, friends and allies - we celebrate every letter!
Gateway Health provides support to men who want to change their violent, controlling and/or coercive behaviours.
Gateway Health provides recovery counselling for women who have experienced family violence, to support their long-term therapeutic journey and help them form healthy relationships.
Family and Relationships Counselling aims to support people as they reflect on what is important to them and work towards healthy and positive relationships in their life.
Gambler’s Help is a service provided by a network of community organisations across Victoria, including Gateway Health, to help and support people affected by problem gambling.
Head to Health, formerly HeadtoHelp, is a mental health service providing support with free advice and help for all Victorians.