We offer mental health support services, including support for people living with psychosocial disability, in South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania and Queensland.

South Australian services

We offer a range of mental health services, including supporting people living with psychosocial disability to transition to the NDIS, counselling, acute inpatient support, and community rehabilitation through supported accommodation.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Support Programs

Extended Transition Support (ETS)

Adelaide Metro & Hills, Fleurieu, Kangaroo Island & Riverland regions

Existing Personal Helpers and Mentors programs (PHaMs) and Partners in Recovery (PIR) clients who have not yet assessed their NDIS eligibility or transitioned to the NDIS can receive support through ETS. It ensures people living with a mental health condition can continue to access mainstream and community services.

Continuity of Support (CoS)

Adelaide Metro & Hills, Fleurieu, Kangaroo Island & Riverland regions

Existing PHaMs and PIR clients who are ineligible for the NDIS can continue to be supported to meet a similar outcome through CoS. These psychosocial services cover a range of non-clinical supports that focus on building capacity and connectedness at times when it is needed, rather than ongoing support.

National Psychosocial Support Measure (NPSM)

Adelaide Metro area

NPSM services are for people who are living with severe mental health conditions, experience an associated reduction in their functional capacity and are unable to access supports through the NDIS, ETS or CoS. The service aims to improve access to psychosocial support services, mental health outcomes and equity in service availability, reduce the avoidable need for more intense and acute health services and enhance appropriate/optimal use of the health system.

Mental health, recovery and psychosocial disability within NDIS

We can assist you with understanding and interpreting your NDIS plan, get the most out of your NDIS budget and link with a range of other services (public health, housing, education, employment).

Mental Health Respite services

Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu, Murray Mallee and Coorong regions

Our respite services support people living with a mental illness, while giving carers or families scheduled breaks to support the primary care-giving relationship.

Housing and Accommodation Support Partnership (HASP)

The HASP Program aims to help people with significant ongoing mental health issues to live well in their community.

Intensive Home Based Support Services (IHBSS)

Tailored short term support to manage a crisis, prevent relapse, promote recovery and enable you to return to your usual living and work arrangements.

Western Australian services

In addition to assisting clients with psychosocial disability transition to the NDIS, LWB’s Mental Health services in Western Australia include both community-based and residential programs.

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Mental health, recovery and psychosocial disability within NDIS

We can assist you with understanding and interpreting your NDIS plan, get the most out of your NDIS budget and link with a range of other services (public health, housing, education, employment).

Individualised Community Living Strategy (ICLS)

State-wide

Shared, recovery-focused living within 24/7 supported accommodation. Supported accommodation can be transitional or provided on a long-term basis and may include 24 hour support as determined by the client’s care plan and recovery journey.

Residential programs – Ngatti House

Perth Metro area

Support for young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and live with a severe mental illness.

Tasmanian services

In addition to assisting people living with psychosocial disability transition to the NDIS, our Mental Health services in Tasmania include both community-based and residential programs.

We do this via two services delivered by an experienced multidisciplinary team. Please reach out if you would like to connect with us via email or phone:

#synergy

#synergy provides a clinical outreach service in Southern Tasmania for psychological assessment, psychological intervention and wrap around case management to young people (aged 12-25) and their families with, or at risk of, significant mental health challenges.

#iConnect

For young people aged 12-18 across all of Tasmania. #iConnect is delivered in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). We provide intensive, flexible, outreach-focused clinical case management and therapeutic support to young people and their families across Tasmania.

Other Mental Health services

Queensland

Strong mob program - An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community managed social and emotional wellbeing program that covers: Cairns, Yarrabah, Wujal Wujal and Hope Vale. Contact us on email:

National

My Pathway My future – a guide for individuals with psychosocial disability who require support with accessing and maintaining education, training and employment options.

National Mental Health Respite services

It can be hard to take a break when caring for someone who needs special support. Our respite services meet the needs of people living with a mental illness, while giving carers or families scheduled breaks to support the primary caregiving relationship. Contact us today to find out how we can best support you.

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For mental health advice, assessment and referral call the Mental Health Service Helpline on 1800 332 388.