FEATURING NOW AT BENDIGO NEIGHBOURHOOD HUB
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Coming Up Soon
Do you need to connect to a psychologist?
We are incredibly fortunate to be able to partner with Community Collective Victoria to offer Bendigo residents free, no gap access to a psychologist.
Appointments are available fortnightly - in-person & via telehealth - minimal waiting times.
Psychology appointments can include assessments for: ADHD, Autism, OCD, PTSD and cognitive assessments.
To access this service you will need a mental health plan from your GP. Contact Community Collective Victoria at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make an appointment.
Connecting with our Psychologist can help you understand, reflect and address the way you think, feel, behave and react- supporting your mental health and emotional wellbeing. This service has been designed to support the health and wellbeing our people in our community.
Healthier Eating Program
At BNH we recognise that Healthy Eating can be a big change - that's why we've developed a new program that's all about making better choices. The small changes we make now will have a big impact on our health!
This project has received funding from City of Greater Bendigo
Being a Dad - research project
The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and Tweddle Child & Family Health Service are looking for dads of young children (aged 0-4 years) to get involved in a project about how to boost the health and wellbeing of dads during early parenthood. There are 2 ways to participate: joining a 6-week face-to-face group of 6-10 fathers and/or via a brief phone discussion with a health professional from Tweddle Child & Family Health Service about what it is like to be a dad, health and wellbeing, and the resources and services available for fathers. For more info: https://www.mcri.edu.au/research/projects/working-out-dads
Attention Bendigo Bank customers.....
We're working in partnership with Good Things Foundation and Bendigo Bank to provide FREE digital literacy support to Bendigo Bank customers - we're offering free courses, workshops and individual assistance. Learn how to use online banking, set up new accounts, increase your online security, download and access apps, use MS Word etc. etc. etc.
The only catch is....we'd love you to complete a short 1 min online survey - it's super easy and absolutely secure.
Contact us for an appointment
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At Bendigo Neighbourhood Hub, we are committed to preserving the health, well-being, and safety of our community, staff, and volunteers. As we continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, we want to reassure you that we are taking all precautionary measures to minimise the risk and any impact of the virus, including following the advice of the Department of Health and Human Services.
At this point in time, all our services are running as usual. This may change as the current information available concerning COVID-19 evolves.
We have implemented new hygiene practices across all locations, and are meticulously and frequently cleaning to ensure a safe and healthy environment. We encourage everyone to take extra care - especially in the case of personal hygiene practices and vaccinations, as these are the most effective methods of protecting against illness.
We acknowledge that you may have concerns about coming in to our facility, and so we are providing alternative methods to contact us indirectly via one of the four options listed below. We will try our best to accommodate you: we are still here to help.
If you are COVID positive we ask that you refrain from visiting our organisation in person for the period of time specified by the Department of Health, and instead contact us via one of the four methods below - by eliminating physical contact, we can minimise the risk of any illness spreading to other community members.
For more information, or any questions regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, please visit the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) website.
for any inquiries, to make an appointment, or for one-on-one assistance.
Our phone number is : (03) 5441-2515
Our office hours:
Mon - Fri, 9am - 3.30pm
Where We Are
We are located in the Strathdale Community Centre at 155 Crook Street, Strathdale.