Prevention and Recovery Care Service (PARCS)
For some people, mental health treatment and recovery may be better suited in a supported residential setting.
The Prevention and Recovery Care Service (PARCS) is a 10-bed residential facility run as a partnership between MI Fellowship and Latrobe Regional Hospital Mental Health Services.
Adults who don't need or no longer require hospital admission are able to receive intensive short-term treatment of up to 28 days. For people who had been admitted to hospital, a stay at PARCS is an opportunity to consolidate their care plan as they move towards recovery.
PARCS uses the Optimal Health Program to support a person's recovery.
54 Moroney Street, Bairnsdale. Phone: 5152 1233
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