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Our counselling service provides professional, affordable counselling for individuals and couples who are affected by or at risk of HIV, and for members of the LGBTI community.

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Therapeutic Groups

Mental Health

Same-Sex Attracted Men in Heterosexual Relationships

Stigma is a tricky beast and an all too familiar one for men experiencing anxiety and/or depression. It gets even more complicated when you add the stigma associated with being same-sex attracted while in a heterosexual lifestyle. DALE aims to reduce this complex stigma and improve the overall health and wellbeing of these men.

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Community Activist Debrief Sessions

We're offering free sessions for community activists in the campaign for marriage equality to explore ways they might make meaning of what has transpired, and take steps to look after themselves now and into the future.Book a session (03) 9865 6700

LGBTI Health

Thorne Harbour Country

Thorne Harbour Country provides support, counselling, rapid HIV testing, resources and information around LGBTI wellbeing, HIV, Hepatitis C and sexual health across the Loddon Mallee. Operating out of the Community Hub, Thorne Harbour Country provides a safe place for the LGBTI community to connect and access information resources and referral services.

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Well, Well, Well (JOY 94.9)

For over 600 episodes, Well, Well, Well has been broadcasting on JOY 94.9 - Australia's out and proud community radio station.

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27 Feb 2019

Looking after your mental health

Taking care of your mental health is important. We all know that, but often we don’t seek support. This could be because we don’t know where to go or how to access support. Plus, we want to use a service that’s LGBTIQ friendly.

17 Apr 2019

Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System

Thorne Harbour Health and Rainbow Health Victoria are encouraging Victoria’s LGBTI communities to take action and have their voice heard during the Royal Commission into Mental Health.

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