The Recovery Outreach Service (ROS) is a program for people exiting Richmond Wellbeing supported accommodation services. The ROS program supports you to settle back into the community and provides up to six months’ psychosocial support and assistance. A natural extension of Richmond Wellbeing’s residential services, and funded by the Mental Health Commission, the ROS team assists you to transition to independent living in the community and develop skills to take ownership of your life. We are also able to support you with testing your eligibility for the NDIS.
Aged 18 to 65 and have stayed at one of our residential sites.
Perth Metropolitan Area.
Step 1) Complete the referral form. This can be completed by anybody, yourself, a family member, a carer, case manager, mental health service provider, social services or other health provider you are linked with.
Step 2) Email the completed referral form to the intake department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3) Upon receiving your completed referral form, the ROS Manager may contact your referrer or other stakeholders to assess your suitability.
Step 4) The ROS Manager will then contact you to advise you of the outcome of your referral and the expected timeframe for when your support service will commence.
To apply for the Residential Outreach Service, please complete either the online or PDF referral form.
If you have any questions, please contact us on 1800 RICHMOND (1800 742 466) to speak to a team member.
Richmond Wellbeing takes your privacy very seriously. Any personal information collected will be protected by Richmond Wellbeing policies and procedures. In the referral process, this includes your social, medical and psychological information.
What aspects of our service worked well for you?
“I have loved my time with her (RW) [Recovery Worker] & she has helped me to find suitable accommodation. While with RW [Recovery Worker], I have felt cared for and listened to. I will miss our chats”
“Everything about this service. I felt like I finally found someone that could help me and to feel recognized.”