Our Services

Our services

We always focus on your individual strengths and goals.  We help you build your self-confidence and life skills so you feel empowered to undertake your own recovery journey

Find a home

A home is so much more than a roof over your head. It is a place where you feel safe and secure— somewhere that gives you a solid base from which you can live your life. We can help you find and set up your home, including identifying suitable housing in your community. We can also connect  you with other services to help you find a job, volunteer, join in leisure activities and become part of your local community.

Get a job

Finding a job that is right for you may take a combination of things. We can assist with everything from helping you get your skills up-to-date, right through to providing full or part-time work in one of our community businesses or in open employment.

Make friends, get involved and learn new things

Everyone’s recovery journey is different, so it is important the help you get best suits your personal situation. We help reduce your isolation by helping you develop friendships with people in your local community—making it easier to meet people, get involved and learn new things

Aboriginal people

If you are an Aboriginal person we will work with you, your family and in close consultation with Aboriginal organisations and service providers. Our culturally safe services can help you find a home, get a job, connect with your culture and community, and give you help and opportunity to achieve your own individual goals.

Women and children

Caring for a child while you have a lived experience of mental illness can sometimes mean you need extra assistance finding a safe place to live, a job, or even some help discovering your strengths as a parent. We can offer help with all of this in a caring environment.

Young people

Our services for young people are for people aged 17 to 25. They are focused on helping you with everyday life including accommodation, education and training, being work ready, finding a job, social activities and family relationships.

People from culturally and linguistically diverse communities

We understand there are sometimes additional challenges for people with a lived experience of mental illness and their families from culturally and linguistically diverse communities.  We are a culturally safe and sensitive organisation and will help you identify your personal recovery goals and link you to appropriate services.