Outreach Referral Form

National Psychosocial Support Measures (NPSM)

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

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.


NDIS is a service that endeavours to provide individualised support for people with an ongoing mental health diagnosis. NDIS takes a person-centred strength based approach, working with participants, their families and carers to develop an individualised plan. NDIS aims to connect participants with their community, and mainstream supports help participants pursue their goals and aspirations to participate in everyday life. Please visit our website at www.rw.org.au, to find out which scheme you can apply for. Richmond Wellbeing is able to assist in applying to NDIS, support co- ordination of an existing plan, and/or service delivery.

More information on each of these services is available on our website www.rw.org.au. If you require assistance in selecting the right service, please contact our Intake Officer at intake@rw.org.au or 1800 742 466.

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