Residential – Summary of Services

All participants must be 18-64 years old and willing to actively participate in their recovery journey.

  • 24/7 supported accommodation
  • Units – 4 bedroom x 2 shared bathrooms
  • Allocated RW to develop personalised recovery plans supporting daily challenges, persistent mental distress & develop personal life goals eg employment & study
  • Psycho social support, social connectedness, group activities
  • Access to exercise physiologist
  • Access to health promotion officer
  • 18-64 years old and willing to actively participate in their recovery journey
  • Severe and persistent mental illness (must be primary not secondary) and ideally with a formal diagnosis
  • Application forms and fees on website

Requires

  • Signed referral form
  • Brief risk assessment
  • Client Management Plan
  • Physical Health Assessment
  • 12 month Recovery program
  • 24 hour support
  • 32 beds
  • People experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness
  • Severe and persistent mental health diagnosis
  • Stable supported environment allowing clients to focus on their recovery and  wellbeing
  • Strong established links with Community Mental Health Services
  • Personalised recovery plans developed in collaboration with consumer
  • Daily group program focusing on Recovery, Life Skills development and physical health and wellbeing
  • Access to exercise physiologist
  • Access to a Nurse Practitioner
  • Access to other visiting services
  • Supervision of medication
  • All meals provided by onsite kitchen staff
  • Linen service provided
  • 18-64 years old and willing to actively participate in their recovery journey
  • Severe and persistent mental illness (must be primary not secondary) and ideally with a formal diagnosis
  • All referrals must come through a health provider, self-referrals cannot be accepted for this service
  • To organise a site visit, please call our Ngulla Mia service on 9325 1440.
  • Application forms and fees on website

Requires

  • Signed referral form
  • Brief risk assessment
  • Client Management Plan
  • Physical Health Assessment
  • Dual diagnosis – disability & mental health
  • Staff assistance managing emotions & boundaries
  • Independent living space with staff support to build relationship, maintain work, plan holidays & engage in community activities
  • Staff support provided 9am to 7pm M-F & 11am to 5pm S-S
  • Access to exercise physiologist
  • Access to health promotion officer
    • Currently full and not being offered
    • Must have an Intellectual disability as well as Severe and persistent mental illness (must be primary not secondary) and ideally with a formal diagnosis
    • Fees on website but application directly through service XXX
  • 24/7 supported accommodation service
  • Ideal for clients in South West area or with existing supports in the South West
  • 1,2 & 3 bedroom units
  • Allocated RW to develop personalised recovery plans supporting daily challenges, persistent mental distress & develop personal life goals eg employment & study
  • Support identifying & building personal strengths & connections with community
  • Access to exercise physiologist
  • Access to health promotion officer
  • Therapy dog available
  • 18-64 years old and willing to actively participate in their recovery journey
  • Severe and persistent mental illness (must be primary not secondary) and ideally with a formal diagnosis
  • Preference for those who live or have support in the SW area
  • Application forms and fees on website

Requires

  • Signed referral form
  • Brief risk assessment
  • Client Management Plan
  • Physical Health Assessment
  • 6 month intensive recovery program in Queens Park
  • 8 beds – mixed male & female
  • Private bedroom with shared bathroom & communal areas
  • Staff support provided 8am to 9pm M-F & 10am to 6pm S-S
  • A level of independence is required as overnight staffing not provided
  • Personal development in all areas of recovery
  • Strengthening identity in community
  • Exercise physiologist
  • Health promotion officer
  • Community events
  • Additional 6 months inreach support at program completion
  • Existing secure accommodation is required at program entry & exit
  • No fee for this program
  • Option to self refer
  • To organise site visit or call – 9350 8847
    • Severe and persistent mental illness (must be primary not secondary) and ideally with a formal diagnosis
    • Application forms on website (no fees for Recovery House)

    Requires

    • Signed referral form
    • Brief risk assessment
  • 24/7 staff support
  • Working partnership with Nulsen disability services, Silver Chain and Richmond Wellbeing
  • Shared meals provided
  • Individualised recovery based support through one to one sessions and collaborative recovery planning
  • Assistance with development of living skills, connection to the community, gaining employment/ volunteering and management of mental health distress & development of strategies.
  • Collaboration with mental health clinics and other serviced providers to increase outcomes.
  • Assistance with medication administration
  • Not currently taking applications
  • 24/7 supported accommodation service
  • Long term recovery support
  • Requires hospital referral
  • Transition from extended hospital admission
  • Allocated RW to develop personalised recovery plans supporting daily challenges, persistent mental distress & develop resilience & independence
  • Access to exercise physiologist
  • Access to health promotion officer
  • 18-64 years old and willing to actively participate in their recovery journey
  • For those who have just left an extended hospital stay
  • Referrals are arranged by the hospital
  • Referral forms and fees on website

Requires

  • Signed referral form
  • Brief risk assessment
  • Client Management Plan
  • Physical Health Assessment
  • Service provided up to 12 months
  • 2 bedroom house
  • Key supports required in Rockingham, Kwinana or Mandurah
  • Allocated RW to develop personalised recovery plans supporting daily challenges, persistent mental distress & develop resilience & independence
  • Additional 6 months outreach support following exit
  • Allocated RW to develop personalised recovery plans supporting daily challenges, persistent mental distress & develop resilience & independence
  • A level of independence is required as overnight staffing not provided
    • Severe and persistent mental illness (must be primary not secondary) and ideally with a formal diagnosis
    • Key supports in Rockingham, Kwinana or Mandurah preferred
    • Application forms and fees on website

    Requires

    • Signed referral form
    • Brief risk assessment
    • Client Management Plan

Outreach – Services Summary

  • Based in Albany
  • Range of learning, social connection and family and carer services
  • Can drop into Fellowship House (23 Stead Rd, Centennial Park) to learn more
  • Applications on website
  • 18-64 years old
  • Be dealing with mental health distress
  • Application forms on website
  • Resource for people who hear voices or experience other sensory phenomena
  • A place to access info, attend training or find support groups.
  • Short term tailored service through referral from GP
  • Provides personalised mental health support via a registered mental health nurse
  • Links in the with client’s GP to provide support for recovery
  • Aboriginal mental health practitioner also available
  • Free for patients with a Mental Health Treatment Plan
  • Do not need to be formally diagnosed with a mental illness but need to be severely affected
  • Will be given a personal helper/mentor who provides coaching-like services to help the client develop the skills they need to cope better with everyday life.
  • One on one support for family members and carers
  • Access to information, training and resources
  • Connection to services
  • Engages loved one in activities to allow carer time to focus on own needs
  • Must have supported someone with a serious mental illness for at least the past three months
  • It is encouraged that carers are registered with the Commonwealth Carelink & Respite Centre (CRCC) of their region to access brokered support funding
  • The person cared for may be dealing with any kind of mental health difficulty
  • Applications online
  • Help to live independently in own home or can apply for access to a house through the program
  • Works with client to develop recovery plan
  • Assistance with creating connections to community and building relationships
  • State government funded program for those who have experienced intense periods of mental distress or illness
  • Funding is allocated based on support needs
  • All referrals must come through the Mental Health Commission
  • Must be 18-65 and an Australian Citizen
  • If more info is required then the individual should speak to their clinical team
  • Provides support for those accessing NDIS funding for psychosocial disability services.
  • Services vary from person to person depending on requirement and an individualised plan is created for each client
  • Provision of services is based on area
  • No need to generate lead in Salesforce – pass to Intake to discuss with client
  • 18-64 years old
  • Psychosocial disability
  • For RW Kalamunda, Swan, Perth Hills, Bassendean, Armadale and Bayswater are covered
  • Link to areas is here: https://www.ndis.gov.au/about-us/our-sites/WA#metro
  • For clients exiting RW supported accommodation programmes
  • Provides up to 6 month’s coaching and assistance.
  • Have to be exiting RW supported accommodation program
  • Contact personal support worker for information on how to obtain the service
  • Range of treatment services to manage conditions such as obesity, diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, depression etc
  • Involves personalised nutrition and exercise strategies.
  • Helps client to keep motivated and achieve goals
  • Need to already be a Richmond Wellbeing client or services can be utilised under an NDIS plan
  • Refer client to their current support worker for more information and to apply for services
  • Exercise physiologist may generate referrals
  • Works with people from a CALD community who are dealing with mental health issues.
  • Reinforces connections to community to improve social and emotional wellbeing
  • Assistance with accessing appropriate services
  • 18-64 years old
  • Must be from the CALD community
  • Severe and persistent mental illness (must be primary not secondary) and ideally with a formal diagnosis
  • Application form online
  • Provision of a support facilitator
  • Assistance in creating and implementing a plan for recovery
  • Works with client to access the services they need to enable recovery.

Third party services

For recommendation when a person is not eligible for a Richmond Service or is seeking a service we don’t provide

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