Prevention and Recovery Care (PARC)
Prevention and Recovery Care (PARC) is a six bed, sub-acute residential program available to people with a lived experience of mental distress for up to 28 days. Individuals can use this service as additional support after a hospital admission prior to returning home, or when additional support is needed in order to avoid a hospital admission.
People living at home can access outreach support where skills-building sessions are delivered to individuals in their home environment. The PARC program is located onsite with the Community Rehabilitation Facility and offers a recovery-based program aimed at helping individuals to regain balance in life. The program includes an introduction to therapy, distress tolerance, hearing voices support, engagement in community programs/services and more.
For health professionals
Referral guidelines: Referrals are available from your case manager with your Community Mental Health Team.
Eligibility criteria: Age 18 – 64 years
Last Modified: Thursday, 02 November 2023
Address: 58 Barwon Heads Road, Belmont
Car parking: Available onsite
Phone number: 03 4215 8101
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Call Mental Health, Drugs and Alcohol Services triage or contact the service you are already connected with for more information.