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.
Albany Fellowship House
Our Albany based Community Resource Centre, Fellowship House is here to support you with access to a range of learning opportunities, social connection supports, and family and carer services.
Located close to the Albany CBD, Fellowship House is a place for anyone dealing with mental health distress to feel welcome, respected and believed in.
Drop by Fellowship House at 23 Stead Rd, Centennial Park (feel free to bring your friends and family along with you), chat to our friendly staff on (08) 9842 9221 or start your Application online today.
Suicide is the biggest killer of men aged 18-40, also the average age range of sporting club members. Richmond Wellbeing has partnered with the Mental Health Commission to give men’s mental health a sporting chance, through Bouncing Back, our free, four-part mental health awareness training program. This program was developed with the support of the Kalamunda Cricket Club.
Individualised Community Living Strategy (ICLS)
Our Individualised Community Living Strategy (ICLS) team works with you in providing support that assists you to achieve your long-term goals. We assist you to live independently in your own home, access the community and develop meaningful relationships. We will work with you, your family, your mental health services, housing services and other significant people or groups in your life, to develop a recovery plan tailored to your goals.
Contact us on 1800 742 466 to learn more about the program, and what options are available to you.
Multicultural Mental Health Service
Multicultural Mental Health Service is funded by WAPHA to work with individuals and families from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) background to support their social and emotional wellbeing. This program will provide low-intensity clinical treatment for people who suffer from mild to moderate mental health and/or alcohol or other drug issues. This service operates in the Primary Health Network South and offers culturally appropriate, strengths-based and person-centred outreach support. Anyone can refer an individual to this program. Self-referrals are also accepted.
Contact us on 1800 742 466 or start your application online today.
National Psychosocial Support Measure
The National Psychosocial Support Measures Program (NPSM) provides time-limited supports to eligible individuals that focus on building capacity and stability in the following areas:
- social skills and connections, including family connections;
- day to day living skills;
- financial management and budgeting;
- finding and maintaining a home;
- vocational skills and goals;
- maintaining physical wellbeing, including exercise; and
- building broader life skills including confidence and resilience
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.
Recovery Outreach Service (ROS)
For those exiting Richmond Wellbeing supported accommodation sites, Recovery 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.
If you’re ready for one-on-one support and encouragement, ask your Richmond Wellbeing support worker about our Recovery Outreach Service.
Aboriginal Outreach Service
This service will support 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.