Before you start your application…

At Richmond Wellbeing, we can provide support through supported residential accommodation and outreach support within the community.

Living in supported accommodation is likely to be different from the way that you have lived before. If you are looking at our supported accommodation services, make sure to download and read our Recovery Accommodation Information Handbook.

This handbook outlines each supported accommodation service and gives you an overview of how Richmond Wellbeing can support you on your recovery journey to live the life you want. If you require the Handbook sent to you by Australia Post, please Contact us on 9350 8800 and request a copy.

Referral Process

A referral form can be completed by anybody – yourself, a family member, a Carer, a case manager, mental health service provider, social services or other health provider you are linked in with. Find all referral forms below. To apply please download and complete the application form. It can be completed electronically or as a printed version.

There is some information we must obtain in order to process your referral. Depending on which service you are requesting, a formal mental health diagnosis may be required. Within our residential services, a brief risk assessment completed by a clinician together with your current mental health plan must be submitted.

Once your referral is received:

  1. Richmond Wellbeing will contact you or your referring case manager to advise you if we are able to progress with your referral, or to seek further information. If your referral meets our eligibility criteria, your referral will then be put forward to the suitable program or site manager.
  2. Staff at the referred service may arrange an interview with you and speak with other stakeholders to assess your suitability. Where preference is indicated for a particular program, we will try to meet the request.
    Referrals to Bunbury and Busselton Community Supported Residential Units (CSRU’s), PaRK Service (Peel, Rockingham and Kwinana) and Ngulla Mia will be assessed by a selection panel.
  3. Shortly after, Richmond Wellbeing will contact your referrer to discuss the outcome of your referral (i.e. accepted, wait list or declined).

Start your Application

To apply please download and complete the application form. It can be completed electronically or as a printed version.

Community & Outreach Services

Albany Fellowship House Membership    Download PDF
Albany based resource centre and Carer program.

Commonwealth Psychosocial Support  Download PDF

NDIS Referral    Download PDF

Aboriginal Outreach Service   Download PDF

Outreach Referral    Download PDF

Supported Accommodation

Bassendean Referral  Print PDF
Long term residential recovery program

Bunbury/Busselton CSRU Referral   Print PDF
Community Supported Residential Units in the lower south west.

Kelmscott Referral  Print PDF
Community options, support to reconnect with community after an extended period in hospital.

Momentum QP Referral – Not currently accepting referrals at this time
An 8-bed service supporting young people up to the age of 24, transition from homelessness and move to independent living by supporting them on their recovery journey.

Ngulla Mia Referral   Print PDF
12-month residential recovery program for adults experiencing mental distress who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

PaRK Referral     Print PDF
Peel, Rockingham, Kwinana service, 12 months shared living accommodation on the condition you actively participate in your personal recovery plan.

Living Recovery Referral   Print PDF
6-month intensive recovery program. Intake occurs in January, May and September.

Living Well – Mental Health Community Care Unit Referral – Not currently accepting referrals at this time.

Step Up Step Down Bunbury Referral – Not currently accepting referrals at this time
Short-term (up to 28 days) residential mental health recovery support service for those aged 18-64 who do not require acute inpatient treatment.

Subiaco Referral  – Not currently accepting referrals at this time
People with a dual-diagnosis can access community-based supported accommodation.

Queens Park Referral   Print PDF
Long-term, 24-hour recovery-based support for individuals.

Supported Independent Living (SIL)    Print PDF
In-home support, up to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help individuals experiencing mental health challenges to live with independence, in shared living arrangements in most instances.

Supporting Documentation

Physical Health Assessment  Print PDF

Brief Risk Assessment  Print PDF

*Forms available in alternative formats upon request.


Once the referral form is complete and you have all required documentation, submit the application by email:

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