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 people to stay healthy in their homes and work towards a rewarding and independent life.
Varying levels of support are available across the Perth-metro and South West areas, and we provide personalised programs to ensure services are relevant to each person and their environment.
Albany Fellowship House
Fellowship House is our Albany based Community Resource Center for community members affected by mental health issues. Conveniently located close to the Albany CBD, individuals and their families, carers and other key supports feel welcome, respected and believed in. Members can access a range of learning opportunities, social connection supports, and family and carer services.
Drop by Fellowship House at 23 Stead Rd, Centennial Park or chat to our friendly staff on (08) 9842 9221 to find out all the benefits. Start your Application online today
Partners in Recovery (PIR)
Richmond Wellbeing is the lead agency for Partners in Recovery (PIR) in the Bentley-Armadale region. PIR provides a genuine collaborative and inclusive approach, identifying gaps in the mental health system by connecting people from all communities (including Aboriginal, culturally diverse and LGBTIQ+ people) to the right care providers who can link and build capacity. Our aim is to complement and connect existing services through Network Membership and promote cultural sensitivity throughout the sector. With your care providers working together, you’ll receive ‘wrap-around’ services and get the support you need. We can also assist you with the NDIS in the Armadale area.
Personal Helpers and Mentors service (PHaMs)
The PHaMs program assists people aged 16-65years, whose ability to manage their daily activities is severely impacted by mental distress. In a coaching style support relationship, you’ll receive holistic supports that are integrated and complementary to the existing services in your community. You don’t need a formal diagnosis of a mental illness to initially access the program. We can also assist with NDIS applications in the Bentley and Midland areas.
Individualised Community Living Strategy
The Individualised Community Living Strategy (ICLS) is a community-based program that provides tailored support for people who have experienced extended periods of mental ill health. We assist you to live independently in your own home, and support you to develop a clear plan for the future. We’ll work with you, your family, your mental health services and other significant people or groups in your life, to develop a recovery plan tailored to you. Get support in your own home today.
Visit the Mental Health Commission website for more information.
Recovery Outreach Service
Our Recovery Outreach Service (ROS) is available via internal referral and provides up to six months’ recovery coaching and assistance, to people who are exiting Richmond Wellbeing supported accommodation sites and require some support settling back into the community. A natural extension of our service, we assist people to transition to independent living in the community and develop skills to take ownership of their lives over time.
If you’re ready for one-on-one support and encouragement, and assistance to improve your daily living and connections to community, ask your Richmond Wellbeing support worker about our Recovery Outreach Service.