Carers Education and Support. The carer support service offers education, support and skills development opportunities to those caring for a person with a psychiatric illness. Family Mental Health Support Service (Carers support and respite) Provides support for families and young people, promoting a positive mental health personal independence, social well being and community inclusion.
Independent Living Skills Support - Providing support to peoples living with mental health issues
Mental housing and housing support (NPAH Housing Support Workers Mental Health)- support workers assist people with severe and persistent mental illness
Support for Day to Day Living in the Community Program Structured and socially based activity programs.
Youth psycho-social support and education - Aims to enhance the wellbeing of young people in the community embracing early intervention
Adults with severe and persistent mental illness who live independently in the community. Adults who are exiting Specialist Mental Health Services and need support to access and maintain long term stable accommodation. People with severe and persistent mental illness who experience social isolation. Young people aged 13-17 with mental health concerns.
Carers and others caring for people diagnosed with a mental illness. People with severe and persisent mental illness and their carers/family members.