Hands On Health

The Mornington Peninsula Hands on Health website has been launched in 2015.
Check it out by clicking this link: http://www.mpoh.org

Dromana Hands on Health Launch — Friday 12 September 2014

On Friday the 12th of September State MP Martin Dixon formally launched the Dromana Hands on Health Family
Clinic, cutting the ribbon and unveiling the large banner.

It was a well attended event with esteemed guests including Hands on Health Australia CEO Barb Polus, local primary school principal Mr Martin Page and his vice Principal.

Local community workers, practitioners, volunteers, HoH clients and members of the Southern Mornington Peninsula Uniting Church congregation also attended. Both Martin Dixon and Reverend Chris Meneilly spoke, congratulating all involved for such a marvelous gift to the community.

Tours of the clinic were conducted and many people stayed onto chat , no doubt encouraged by the delicious afternoon tea and the warm welcoming from the ladies in the kitchen busy making cups of tea & coffee all afternoon.

The cutting of the ribbon by MP Martin Dixon and the Hands on Health crew.

MP, Martin Dixon

The Hands on Health Crew!

Dromana & Rosebud “Hands on Health” Clinics

Our clinics invite people experiencing financial hardship or disadvantaged lifestyle.

Our clinics cater for:

  • Babies to teens
  • Students
  • Pensioners
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Families
  • Individuals

*services may differ at each venue
Volunteer therapists always welcome

Dromana: 0459 366 767
Rosebud: 0411 473 301

For appointment / eligibility interview

 Dromana

Hands on Health Family Clinic
305 Point Nepean Road
Southern Mornington Peninsula United Church Welcome Centre
WEDNESDAYS 10am – 5pm
0459 366 767

 Rosebud

Hands on Health Family Clinic
6 Murray Anderson Road
Southern Mornington Peninsula United Church
THURSDAYS 10am – 4pm
0411 473 301

Services available:

  • Hairdressing
  • Pastoral Care
  • Chiropractic
  • Kinesiology
  • Beauty Therapy
  • Chinese Medicine
  • Naturopathy
  • Massage

*services may differ at each venue