As we begin our State’s recovery, that will continue to be our focus.
That means building a mental health system that Victorians can actually rely on.
It means making sure our healthcare system is there for those who need it.
It means finding new ways to deliver care – particularly for our most vulnerable.
And it means looking after the Victorians who look after for us.
It’s a $9 billion investment. But most importantly, it will give every Victorian confidence that their loved ones will be taken care of.
Building our health response
Our hospitals and local healthcare services have been the backbone in our State’s response to the pandemic.
Continuing care for Victorians
Throughout 2020, our hospitals and healthcare system have done an incredible job in caring for Victorians.
Mental health support when it's needed most
This pandemic has had a profound impact on the mental health of Victorians – and revealed the very deep cracks in our mental health system.
Protecting our parents and grandparents
This pandemic has thrown the safety and wellbeing of our loved ones in some private aged care facilities into sharp relief.
Care from the comfort of your own home
As challenging as it’s been, this year has given us new insight into how we can deliver care remotely – or in the comfort of a patient’s home.
Our recovery workforce
Supporting us the whole way through this pandemic has been our mental health professionals, family violence specialists and child support workers.
Helping those with drug and alcohol addiction
The impact of drug and alcohol addiction extends across families, workplaces and communities.
Reviewed 23 November 2020