Building strong connections and participating in your community is an important part of creating a valued and fulfilling life for yourself. With outreach and community-based support services, we assist you to stay healthy in your home and work to empower you to live an independent life.
Varying levels of support are available, and we provide personalised programs to ensure services are relevant to you and your needs.
Our Albany based Community Resource Centre, Fellowship House, is here to support people with mental health concerns with a range of social connection and group supports.
The National Psychosocial Support Measure (NPSM) is changing its name on the 1st of July 2022 to Commonwealth Psychosocial Support.
The Commonwealth Psychosocial Support (CPS) provides time-limited supports to eligible individuals. An NDIS eligibility decision is not required for new applicants to be eligible to receive psychosocial support and individuals may be supported to make an NDIS eligibility application as part of their program.
The Hearing Voices Network WA (HVNWA) is a Richmond Wellbeing program and part of the global Hearing Voices Movement. HVNWA is a resource for people living in Western Australia who hear voices and experience other unusual perceptions, offering a place for the voice-hearing community to access relevant information, training, and support groups.
The ICLS team will support you to set up your ICLS home (if applicable) and develop an Individual Funding Plan outlining clear and achievable goals to meet you wherever you are on your path to recovery. Your ICLS Recovery Support Worker will work with you to build capacity and confidence assisting you to overcome any obstacles as they arise.
MH Connext is a free community mental health service provided by Richmond Wellbeing, for people aged 18+, who have a mental health treatment plan and live in the Perth metro area. This recovery-oriented program connects patients experiencing severe and complex mental health issues to the right mental health care and support at the right time, for up to 24 weeks. Our highly experienced and professional mental health clinicians will provide you with personalised and inclusive support.
For those exiting Richmond Wellbeing supported accommodation sites, Residential Outreach Service (ROS) is available to support you in settling back into the community. Providing up to six months’ recovery coaching and assistance, ROS is a natural extension of services, where we assist you to transition to independent living in the community and develop skills to take ownership of your life.
Aboriginal Assertive Outreach Service
This service supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their families who are affected by mental health, alcohol and other drugs issues. Aboriginal Mental Health Practitioners will lead the service and support clients and families through a cultural model that provides a holistic and strengths based approach to recovery.
To apply please download and complete the application form. It can be completed electronically or as a printed version.
Should you have any questions or require further information, please contact our Intake Officer on 1800 742 466 or email email@example.com.
Richmond Wellbeing takes your privacy very seriously. In the referral process, your information is sent to Richmond Wellbeing to help determine your eligibility for our services. This will include your social, medical and psychological information. Richmond Wellbeing policies and procedures protect your personal information.