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Victorian government portal for older people, with information about government and community services and programs. Type a minimum of three characters then press UP or DOWN on the keyboard to navigate the autocompleted search. The Victorian healthcare system focuses on providing patient-centered care that is timely, appropriate and effective.
Victorian health services aim to meet or exceed quality and safety standards to ensure our health sector provides world-class care. Private hospitals, day procedure centres and mobile health services in Victoria must be registered and comply with regulations on patient safety and care. Victorian health service boards have well defined responsibilities and the department acknowledges board education as a crucial activity.
The Victorian Government plans, develops policy, regulates and funds over health services and organisations. Patient fees chargeable for admitted and non-admitted services in Victoria's public healthcare services. Information and resources to support public hospitals and health services to report their financial data to the department. Information about primary care, working with general practice and private providers including Emergency Response planning, Primary Care Partnerships and Health Condition Support Grants service. Information about delivering care that crosses the boundaries between primary, community, acute health and social care, including the Bilateral Agreement on Coordinated Care, HealthLinks: Chronic Care, the Chronic Care Guide, and service coordination practice.
Information about public dental care in Victoria, including eligibility and access, fees, waiting lists, and data reporting. Victorian legislation ensures that medicines and poisons are used safely. Healthcare professionals must be aware of the relevant laws for their occupation.
Information about public cemeteries, crematoria and cemetery trusts in Victoria for various stakeholders. In Victoria, the department has an important role in protecting the health of Victorians from the potential health effects of environmental hazards. All Victorian food businesses must follow the food safety regulations for their class of food premises. Screening programs include the national cervical, breast and bowel cancer screening programs, newborn bloodspot screening, prenatal screening and infant hearing screening.
Disease prevention and early detection targeting specific areas such as obesity, physical activity, sexual health and heart disease. The department administers the Radiation Act Users and managers of radiation practices are d under this Act. Anti-smoking laws and policies have contributed to a continuing decline of smoking rates across Victoria. The department protects the public by safeguarding drinking water, facilitating the safe use of alternative water supplies and ensuring healthy swimming. GPs and primary carers provide most mental health services. Specialist services are also available.
The Victorian Government is committed to implementing all recommendations of the Royal Commission. Victoria is committed to providing world-leading standards of care for all people living with a mental illness. Reporting requirements for Victorian public mental health services and an overview of government-funded mental health research. A hard copy of a publication can be ordered online by filling out this form - we do not ship outside of Australia. Some items are available in limited quantities only.
This web links to more information from the Victorian Government about policy, research and legislation for the alcohol and other drug sector. Standards and guidelines direct alcohol and other drug service providers to ensure safe, accessible and professional treatment services. The Victorian alcohol and other drug treatment services workforce operates in a complex environment. The government is supporting the sector to meet these challenges. Do you have what it takes? This section provides information about funding models for alcohol and other drug service providers and details about the reporting requirements.
The Victorian Government supports older Victorians to live independently in the community through a range of support programs. Supported residential services provide accommodation and support services for Victorians who need help with everyday activities. They are regulated by the Victorian Government. Residential aged care is for older people who can no longer live at home. These services are funded and regulated by the Commonwealth Government and can be operated by not-for-profit, private or state government providers.
Assessment services help older people and their carers to identify care that best meets their needs and access Commonwealth Government services for older people. The Home and Community Care Program for Younger People provides funding for services which support frail older people, younger people with disabilities and their carers. A Victorian government resource providing information and advice on deing and caring for people with dementia in residential aged care settings. It does not contain MDMA. N-ethylpentylone is ificantly stronger than MDMA, but produces more unwanted effects.
People often report N-ethylpentylone gives them less euphoria than MDMA and more unwanted effects, such as heart palpitations, anxiety, agitation and paranoia. If you take N-ethylpentylone at a dose similar to a typical MDMA dose, your chance of overdose will increase ificantly. Consuming N-ethylpentylone with other substances — especially stimulants like MDMA, cocaine or methamphetamine — will increase your risk of toxicity.
The effects of N-ethylpentylone take longer to appear than MDMA, and will also wear off more quickly. This may make you feel like you should consume more. If you have a delayed or unexpected reaction to a drug, do not take more — it will increase your chance of experiencing serious or even life-threatening effects, including overdose. N-ethylpentylone can appear in other forms and cannot be distinguished from MDMA.
It can look and smell very similar to MDMA. It is not possible to tell the difference between a product containing MDMA and a product containing N-ethylpentylone without laboratory testing. If you have consumed this product and experience adverse effects, seek help immediately by calling Triple Zero If you have had an experience with this drug and it is not an emergency, you can contact DanceWize. DanceWize is an anonymous, confidential service run by peers.
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Keep in mind that other false or contaminated drug products may circulate in Victoria, even if no specific warning has been issued about them. Get the facts at: adf. If you or someone you know needs help with alcohol or drug use, call DirectLine on or visit directline. Our websites Better Health Channel Health and medical information for consumers, quality assured by the Victorian government. Seniors Online Victorian government portal for older people, with information about government and community services and programs.
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