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Community Mental Health Service - Brookvale Community Health Centre

Brookvale Community Health Centre

Level 3

612-624 Pittwater Rd



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Community Mental Health Service - Brookvale Community Health Centre



Phone: 9338 5366
Fax: 02 9388 5192 

Opening hours


Brookvale Community Health Centre
Monday to Sunday – 8:00am to 4:30pm
Home visit appointments out of these hours can be arranged with the treating team. 


Assertive Outreach Team and Acute Care Team operating hours:
Monday to Sunday – 8:00am to 10:00pm  


Adult Community Mental Health Services and Older Persons Mental Health Services operating hours:
Monday to Friday – 8:30am to 5:00pm

 What we do

We assist consumers who live in the following Local Government Areas (LGAs):

  • Manly
  • Warringah
  • Pittwater.

Brookvale Community Health Centre provides specialised mental health care for adults aged over 18 years of age or older  who have a mental health condition and people who are significantly affected by mental health problems


Services offered include:

  • short term interventions to assist consumers to cope with the crisis or exacerbation of their illness,
  • supporting those consumers requiring follow-up on discharge from hospital,
  • longer term care co-ordination for adults seriously affected by a mental illness (including chizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, major depression, acute psychosis and anxiety disorders).


The service adopts the  following principles of best practice when providing care :


  • Person-centred care: Treats the person with dignity and respect, involves them in decisions about their health, supports the person to make informed decisions and to identify their own goals and strategies for care
  • Recovery-oriented: Acknowledges that each individual is an expert on their own life and that recovery is not synonymous with cure, but involves gaining and retaining hope, understanding of one's abilities and disabilities, engagement in an active life, personal autonomy, social identity, meaning and purpose in life, and a positive sense of self
  • Trauma-informed: Recognises the impact of traumatic experiences on a person, with an emphasis on physical, psychological, and emotional safety for everyone, and utilises the person’s strengths to create opportunities for the person to rebuild a sense of control and empowerment

 What to bring

  • List of Medications and dosage
  • GP contact details
  • Any questions or concerns so we can work with you to address these concerns  

 When to visit us

 How to visit us

  • Bus terminals are located nearby
  • Carparks available nearby, including designated parking at the Community Health Centre (free on the ground floor, paid parking on levels 1-5 of multi-storey car park).

 Referral information

Referrals can be made by the individual, relatives, friends, doctors, hospitals and other health and welfare agencies
If a referral is made by a doctor a letter would be helpful, but not essential.
Please ring: 1800 011 511 (Mental Health Line) for referrals (24/7)


Urgent assistance:
Come to visit Northern Beaches Hospital Emergency Department or dial Triple Zero (000)
Call the NSW Mental Health Line: 1800 011 511

Call Lifeline: 13 11 14 

Call Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467

 Other information