The Community Mental Health Recovery program provides structured groups, activities, social support and individual support for people aged 16 to 64 years with a diagnosed mental illness.
Support is provided in a variety of settings: outreach, site-based, one to one and in groups.
This program offers:
- One to one individual outreach support in the community for linkages to specialised and non-specialised services, i.e. Tobacco, drug and Alcohol reduction, Counselling, Housing, Employment, Physical and Spiritual health. Family and Carer services.
- A range of services within a group setting offering structured groups and activities, i.e. music, art programs, recreation, and self-development, an opportunity for relaxation and to socialise within a safe environment.
- Access to a Peer Support worker (A person that has a lived experience of mental illness)
- Culturally safe support for all communities including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
- Interpreters can be arranged
Who can access this program?
This program supports young persons to Adult aged 16-64 with a severe and enduring psychiatric condition.
What does it cost?
This program is free for eligible participants.
When can this program be accessed?
This program can be accessed Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.
How can you access this program?For more information please contact us on 1300 785 358.
Groups and Programs:
Preparing afternoon tea for volunteers at Transit Kitchen in Narre Warren.
Run by clients without regular staff attendance. A staff member can attend if a new person is joining the group to introduce them etc.
|Where:||Transit Kitchen, Narre Warren|
|When:||Thursdays 10:00am - 2:00pm|