Peninsula Health Community Health provides a broad range of affordable services for people living in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. These services aim to keep you active and healthy, as well as providing treatment and advice to help you regain their health…
Who are the services for?
Any person of any age can access services. You can self-refer or be referred by your GP, Health Worker or other service. Priority is given to those with special needs, low income or chronic health conditions.
What does it cost?
Eligibility criteria and small fees apply for most of our services. Dental services are available to Health Care Card holders and others who meet the assessment criteria.
Difficulty or inability to pay will not be a barrier to receiving treatment or service, just talk to your service provider.
If you are interested in any of our services or groups, please contact an Access Worker on 1300 665 781 who will discuss your needs with you, determine your priority for services or refer you to a more suitable service. Waiting periods sometimes apply depending on the demand for services.
Please contact the Dental Services directly on Frankston – 9784 8184, Hastings 5971 9120 or Rosebud 5986 9200.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
- Ageing Well
- Cancer Rehabilitation Program
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Children’s Services
- Community Kitchens
- Diabetes Education
- Domiciliary Care
- Exercise Physiology
- Gamblers Help
- Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP)
- Health Promotion
- Homeless Outreach Program
- Men’s Sheds
- M.E.N.S. (Men Exploring Non-violent Solutions) Program
- Needle Syringe Program
- Occupational Therapy
- Planned Activity Groups
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Quit Smoking Support Services
- Women’s Sexual Health
- Volunteer Program