Church Street, Richmond
Our Church Street Richmond location serves people from all over Victoria who are affected by alcohol, drug or gambling addictions. We deliver a broad range of services from this site including clinical services, training and research.
110 Church Street, Richmond, VIC, 3121
Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm
Before opening time visitors will not be able to enter the building without a pass.
If you are visiting someone or attending a specific event and can’t enter the building please contact them to let you in.
The whole building is wheelchair accessible, with a ramp leading up to the entry way on the ground floor and lifts going to all levels. There are also wheelchair accessible bathrooms on all levels.
Entering the building
All visitors must sign in at reception on level 1.
During COVID-19 we are only seeing clients with appointments at this site. All people on site must have their temperature taken before entering past reception.
Tram route 78 runs past the building on Church Street. Alight at stop 63. This tram also passes East Richmond train station.
The site is also within walking distance of tram routes 48 and 75 along Bridge Road (alight at stop 18, then walk up Church Street) and routes 12 and 109 along Victoria Street (alight at stop 21, then walk down Church Street).
There is limited street parking in the side roads around our building, much of it is time capped. There are some paid options. Parkopedia may be able to show you some up to date options for parking.
Failure to observe parking restrictions may result in a parking infringement notice being issued by the local council.