A partnership between Richmond Fellowship Queensland, Queensland Health and Gold Coast Health

About the program

The service supports people to return to the community after a hospital stay or avoid hospital admission by increasing resilience through clinical, non-clinical psychosocial and peer recovery supports, tailored to support recovery goals. 

Participation in the TRS includes: 

  • intensive one-on-one and group support, with staff on-site 24/7  
  • support to develop and work through a recovery plan 
  • a stay in one of the transitional recovery houses for 7-14 days (a shared living environment)  
  • counselling and crisis support planning 
  • access to a range of groups, as well as individual community outreach support offered through the Capstone program, after leaving the TRS house 
  • collaborative safety assessment and planning to support the provision of services, both in the house and in the community 



To be eligible for this service, you need to be:

An adult aged
18 to 65 years

Living on the
Gold Coast

Able to access stable accommodation

Able to manage your own medication

Receiving services through the Gold Coast Mental Health Service

Able to abstain from alcohol and illicit drugs

Willing to share a living space with others

An active participant in the program

Consent to sharing information between RFQ and Gold Coast Health


This service is accessed through Mental Health Service referral.

How we support you

During your support we will:

Work together

with you and your support network to plan your transition back home and your support needs


you to increase your resilience in the community


with you on your recovery goal setting and support plan


you with health services and your local community

Available in these regions


Contact your nearest office for more information on this service


10 Mick Veivers Way,

Gold Coast Queensland 4215


07 5563 8855


07 3363 2556



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