Prevention & 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.

Eight positions, as part of a ‘Flexible Package of Care’, are available to individuals in addition to the residential program. This can be attended as a ‘Day Program’ where people living at home can attend the PARC program and learn skills to manage their experiences without the need of an admission; and as ‘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, introduction to therapy, distress tolerance, hearing voices support, engagement in community programs/services and more.

Referral guidelines: Referrals are available from your case manager with your Community Mental Health Team.

Eligibility criteria: Age 16 – 64 years

Contact
  • Address:

    58 Barwon Heads Road, Belmont

  • Car Parking:

    Available onsite

  • Phone Number:

    03 4215 8101

  • After Hours:

    1300 094 187

Traditional Owners

We, Barwon Health, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.