This Department of Health and Human Services Victoria (DHHS) page contains The latest COVID-19 information and resources for health professionals.
COVID-19 Pandemic Plan for the Victorian Health SectorResource | 2022
Information and resources for Victorian hospitals and health services to plan their response to Covid-19
Clinical guidance and resources - COVID-19Resource | 2022
View resources, information and guides for the care of patients and at-risk groups during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guide to Promising Programs - Adolescent Violence in the HomeResource | 2022
This page provides information about the Adolescent Violence in the Home (AVITH) programs currently operating in Victoria and Australia.
Victorian Specialist Family Violence Advisor (SFVA) Capacity Building Program Fact SheetResource | 2022
This fact sheet provides information about the Victorian Specialist Family Violence Advisor (SFVA) Capacity Building Program in Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug Services.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Bill 2022Resource | 2022
The Mental Health and Wellbeing act and explanatory notes as read in parliament 23/06/2022. This new bill is set to replace the Mental Health Act of 2014.
Families where a Parent has a Mental Illness (FaPMI) - Program GuidelinesResource | 2022
The FaPMI program aims to improve outcomes for clients who are parents, their children and their families by reducing the impact of parental mental illness on all family members through timely, coordinated, preventative and supportive action within Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS).
Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System - Final ReportResource | 2021
The Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System delivered its final report on 3 February 2021 and it was tabled in Parliament by the Victorian Government on 2 March 2021. The work of the Commission has now concluded.
Victoria’s mental health services annual report 2019-20Resource | 2021
- Victoria’s mental health services annual report 2019-20 is a tool for health services, staff, advocates, carers, consumers and the broader community to better understand the Victorian public mental health system and the services available for people with a mental illness.