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Contact us

Phone: +61 (03) 8833 3050
Fax: +61 (03) 9871 3911

Email:
spectrumtraining@easternhealth.org.au  (professional development and workshops)
spectrum@easternhealth.org.au  (general enquiries)
spectrum.research@easternhealth.org.au  (research inquiries)

Street address:
110 Church St, Richmond, 3121

110 Church Street is on the corner of Church St and Tweedie Place.  Entrance is located between a Skoda and a VW dealership, facing Church St and up a few stairs/access ramp. Please enter the foyer, take the lift to the first floor.

Public Transport
Tram 78 goes along Church St, Tram 109 goes along Victoria Pde (about a 5min walk to 110 Church Street) and tram 75 goes along Bridge Rd (about a 7min walk to 110 Church Street)

Parking
Very limited 1-2 hour street parking is available in the area.  
All day parking is available in:
1) Shelley St (between Butler and Elizabeth Streets) – about 1km walk to Church St (about $10/day)  
2) Coles Richmond Plaza carparking (actual address is 261 Bridge Rd, Richmond - entry is by Cameron St, off Church St): about $16/day.  About a 10 minute walk or catch the No 78 tram from corner of Bridge Rd/Church St (Stop 61). Alight at Tweedie Pl/Church Street (Stop 63) NB Also the stop for Melbourne Clinic – we are on the same side of Church Street across Tweedie Place)
3) 459 Church Street, Richmond: $16/day.  About a 20 min walk or catch the No 78 tram which leaves from stop 55 (Adelaide St).  Alight at Tweedie Pl/Church Street (Stop 63).  NB Also the stop for Melbourne Clinic – we are on the same side of Church Street across Tweedie Place).


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In early 2018 Spectrum relocatied to a central location at 110 Church Street, Richmond. Limited services will continue to be offered at our Ringwood East location (Grey Street, opposite the Maroondah Hospital).

Contacting us:
Spectrum reception is open 8.30am — 5.00pm, Monday to Friday for referrals or general enquiries.

If you feel you may have personality disorder please discuss this first with your GP. If appropriate, your GP can refer you to a mental health specialist, to your local Area Mental Health Service, or if appropriate, to Spectrum.

Alternatively, you can contact your local Area Mental Health Service. A list of Victorian services can be found at http://www.health.vic.gov.au/mentalhealth/services/index.htm.