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.
Support for carers to maintain their caring role through one-to-one, phone, peer support, education, referral and respite options.Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds Program
Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds (HBHM) is an 8 week exercise and nutrition program for adults (18+years) living with mental illness.
Participants receive a one-on-one assessment with an exercise physiologist and dietitian, followed by eight weekly group sessions focused on exercise instruction, nutritional education and reaching individual goals. Participants also receive a 3 month PCYC Queensland gym membership as part of the program.
The program is individually tailored so people of any fitness level can participate.
The workshops are available to all PIR participants and NDIS participants with Improved Health and Wellbeing in their NDIS plan can be referred to this program.
Please click here to view the flyer for more detail.Hospital to Home | H2H
An intensive, integrated support service for people in the discharge process from the acute admission wards. The service supports people through discharge preparation to six weeks of follow up recovery support at home.
Download our brochure H2H Brochure FinalNDIS Support
A range of psychosocial support services through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) are provided, including: help with Support Coordination, Community Access, Skill Building, Personal Support, Formal Assessments and Health & Wellbeing.New Access
Brisbane North, Darling Downs, West Moreton – Public
National Service – Department Of Defence
Developed by beyondblue, NewAccess provides a service for people struggling with symptoms of mild to moderate depression, anxiety and life stresses. Evidence-based CBT is used to help you learn effective ways to manage symptoms. NewAccess provide six free sessions with a coach face to face, by phone or by video conferencing.
For more information please visit our New Access pagePartners in Recovery
The PIR initiative aims to improve system response and outcomes for people with severe and persistent mental illness by facilitating coordination of services, strengthening partnerships with clinical and community support organisations, improving referral pathways, supporting clients to prepare for and apply to the NDIS and other services, and providing in-kind support coordination to PIR clients with an NDIS plan.
Visit our PIR page for more informationPersonal Helpers and Mentors | PHaMS
A practical, strengths-based, recovery approach for people aged 16 and over whose ability to manage their daily activities and to live independently in the community is impacted by their severe mental illness. People are supported to achieve their personal goals, develop better relationships with family and friends, manage their everyday tasks, and participate economically and socially in the community.Personalised Support
Various personalised support services help build people’s skills and confidence in daily life activities. These services help people to:
maintain contact with services and supports
connect with the community
experience emotional wellbeing & safety
identify and work towards goals
budget and manage daily tasks
learn / build confidence to use public transport independently
exercise and maintain a healthy diet
The Recovery Centres / Hubs provide structured social, educational and recreational activities and programs supported by staff and guest facilitators. Programs include: Sensory Workshops, Art Therapy, Healthy Lifestyles, Peer Support, Living Skills, Skill Building, and outings to connect with the local community.Safe Space
A space that has been specifically chosen to provide a safe and welcoming environment for people experiencing some level of social and emotional distress. Visitors can access a mental health support worker, use the sensory modulation room, complete a safety plan, create take-home sensory resources, engage with our therapeutic arts space, access our mindfulness corner or rest and reflect in our quiet space.Suicide Prevention – The Way Back Support Service
The Way Back Support Service provides suicide prevention support for people who have tried to take their life, with the support provided following discharge from hospital. The service delivers one-on-one, non-clinical care and practical support to help people stay safe and connected with their support networks and existing health and community services during a period of high risk and vulnerability.Tenancy Support | Resolve
A short term support service that assist people to maintain their social housing tenancy. The service helps people to address issues making it difficult for to maintain tenancy, connect with mental health and community support services, and improve living situations & people’s wellbeing.
A range of therapeutic supports for health & well-being are provided by a clinical team. This includes occupational therapy, art therapy, dietetics and nutrition, and exercise groups.
The Transition, Reintegration, Recovery and Support (TRRanS) service provides up to six months post-release and transition support to people with a mental illness who are released from correctional facilities. Support provided includes emotional and practical support and assistance in:
- finding and maintaining tenancy
- maintaining contact with health services
- settling back into the community
- accessing financial support and other services
- setting and working on personal goals