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Victorian Dual Disability Service 

About us 

The Victorian Dual Disability Service is a state-wide mental health service for adults with developmental disabilities (intellectual disability or autism spectrum disorders). 

We believe that people with a dual disability (this is the term we use when someone has a developmental disability and another mental disorder) should have access to the best possible mental health care.

To achieve this we work with specialist mental health services in Victoria to help them treat people with a dual disability. We also do some limited clinical and training activities in the Northern Division and the metropolitan area of the Western Division   of the Department of Human Services

Contact details

Victorian Dual Disability Service
St Vincent's
PO Box 2900
Fitzroy VIC 3065
Tel (+61 3) 9288 2950
Fax (+61 3) 9288 2953
If you need urgent medical or psychological support please consult a doctor or the emergency department of your local hospital.
To find your local specialist mental health service provider, follow the link to Victorian Public Mental Health services which has details of how to contact your local AMHS.
To contact the crisis telephone counseling service call Lifeline (Australia)
Tel: 13 11 14


41 Victoria Parade, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia. Phone: (03) 9288 2211