Say hello to MOST

Say hello to MOST

Get mental health support when and where you need it MOST

We’re in the middle of rolling out a new service called MOST.

It’s digital therapy blended with face-to-face care that creates a mental health program just for you.

MOST has hundreds of personalised, proven strategies to cope with difficult times and help you feel better. Work through things at your own pace, with support when you need it. You can connect with real people online, including clinicians, peer workers, and even employment experts.

If you’re aged between 15 and 25, you can access MOST through a participating Victorian headspace centre or your specialist service.
 

Sign up now through your participating headspace centre: go to headspace.org.au/register, select the centre you visit, set up your account and go to the ‘Access the MOST platform’ tile to get started. Need help? Watch this headspace sign up video or get in touch.

If you go to a specialist youth mental health service, ask your clinician for a referral to MOST.

 

MOST was comforting and made me feel they were my emotional support... I felt more relaxed, calm, knowing that I don't need to go through this all alone.‚Äč

ANH, MOST user

 

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FAQs

MOST is digital therapy that works in with, and in between, your face-to-face sessions with a therapist, or while you’re waiting for care. It lets you:

  • find and keep proven strategies, tools and resources that work for you;
  • work through things at your own pace;
  • connect with real people online – including clinicians, peer workers and career consultants, and
  • get 24/7 mental health support, across all your devices.

Designed by Orygen, MOST – Moderated Online Social Therapy – blends online resources, clinical knowledge, machine learning and real people to give you a mental health program tailored to your mental health journey.

MOST is backed by 10 years of research, clinical expertise and digital innovation to deliver a world-first blend of digital therapy and face-to-face mental health care. By 31 July, we expect MOST will be available in youth mental health services right across Victoria.

If you’re aged between 15 and 25, you can access MOST through your local participating headspace centre or specialist service.

Here’s how to sign up if you’re with headspace:

  1. Log in or create a headspace account at headspace.org.au/register.
  2. Click on the ‘Access the MOST platform’ card in your account.

Need help? Watch the headspace sign up video.

For specialist services, ask your clinician or the service for a referral and we’ll help you get connected.

If you want to find out more, get in touch by email: vic.most@orygen.org.au or phone +61 3 9966 9144.

MOST is available to young people aged between 15 to 25 through the following services:

If you want to find out more, get in touch by email: vic.most@orygen.org.au or phone +61 3 9966 9144.

By 31 July, we expect MOST will be available in youth mental health services right across Victoria.

Right now, it’s available to young people aged between 15 to 25 through the following services.

If you want to find out more, get in touch by email: vic.most@orygen.org.au or phone +61 3 9966 9144.

Yes – if your service is offering MOST. MOST gives young people that are waiting for face-to-face care, or between therapy sessions, access to personalised mental health resources, clinician support and a safe, moderated social network to connect with peer workers, vocational workers and other young people when they need it.

Talk to your headspace centre or clinician for more information or get in touch with us by email: vic.most@orygen.org.au or phone +61 3 9966 9144.

Right now, it’s available to young people aged between 15 to 25 through the following services.

As more services sign up, we’ll let you know.

If you want to find out when MOST will be in your area, you can email us at vic.most@orygen.org.au or phone +61 3 9966 9144.

Sometimes things go wrong. That’s okay, we’re here to get you connected and making the most of MOST as quick as we can.

If you’re trying to connect through your headspace account, this video might help.

You can also email us at vic.most@orygen.org.au or phone +61 3 9966 9144.

 

If the thought of being sociable online just isn’t for you, it’s a good thing MOST is all about supporting your mental health on your terms.

So, skip the social network and make the most of the hundreds of proven, personalised strategies and mental health resources – and the chance to connect with expert help when you need it – rather than feeling like you have to post anything.

We know it’s not for everyone, and that’s alright.

The social network is safe, inclusive and moderated, and it’s there if you do feel like reaching out to others who might be going through similar things to you, or even our peer workers. No expectations.