Programs & Services

What we do

Each and every person we support has their own needs and unique aspirations for the future. At the heart of our approach, you are empowered to develop your own personal recovery plans that reflect what you want more out of in life and into the future. These plans integrate our recovery-oriented model of practice with leading evidence-based recovery tools.

OUR RANGE OF SERVICES
We provide a range of support services, through various funding programs, including the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). You may be able to access these supports through your NDIS package or referral from your mental health service or pay a fee for service.

NDIS Support

For our range of NDIS supports please visit our NDIS page or download our  NDIS Support Services Flyer

Skill Building 

You learn the things you want to learn by receiving support to build up your knowledge and skills to achieve your goals. This can include budgeting, decision making, public transport training, maintaining tenancy obligations etc.

Personal Support

You receive help in your home with daily living tasks and you develop skills to look after your home with confidence.

Recovery Day Centres

Activity based recovery programs are run in partnership with you. The Recovery Centres are a supportive community space for you to work towards your recovery and include social, educational and recreational activities and programs to help you build confidence, learn new skills and form new friendships.  The recovery centres are based in Redcliffe, Caboolture and Logan (Ryan’s Place). View our  Caboolture Recovery Centre and Redcliffe and Caboolture Personalised Support and Redcliffe Recovery Centre flyers for more information.

Independent living

You are provided with support to set up a new house or flat and/or find employment, you are equipped with the tools and confidence to live independently in your own home.

Community Access

You are supported to access resources in your local community including support with recreational, cultural, social and practical activities like shopping, paying bills, attending appointments and seeing friends and family.

Hospital to Home

You are supported through our Hospital to Home (H2H) program that provides an intensive, integrated support service for you in the discharge process from the acute admission wards. The service supports you through discharge preparation to six weeks of follow up recovery at home. The service ensures your return to the community achieves the best outcomes for you and your family. This service receives referrals from the Prince Charles Hospital Catchment.
Download our brochure H2H Brochure Final

Criminal justice

We provide support to people and follow up in the community for up to six months following release from a correctional facility through our Transition Reintegration Recovery and Support (TRRanS) program . This service receives referrals from Queensland’s Prison Mental Health Service (PMHS) and works collaboratively in relation to accommodation, psychosocial support needs, clinical needs and concerns for people in recovery. This program operates in Brisbane and Wide Bay.

Support Coordination (PIR)

We specialise in working with individuals who have complex health needs and are often receiving services from many different service systems or organisations. Partners in Recovery (PIR)provides tailored support for people with complex needs who would otherwise not be able to access the range of health and other services they need to improve their health and wellbeing. Visit our PIR page for more information

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