Kurinda specialises in providing assistance to young people between the ages of 14 and 24 years who have a diagnosed mental health condition/s.
Our 24 hour facility has three levels of accommodation available, ranging from high support through to independent living, and residents are able to stay for short, medium and long terms, depending on individual needs.
Due to the limited numbers of spaces available at Kurinda, it is difficult to predict when an opening may arise. Therefore, it is best to ensure your client or loved one is on our list of interested clients so that they can be considered as soon as an opening arises. Please register your interest by completing the Initial Referral Form.
Residential Group Homes
At our Group Homes we provide 24 hour supported accommodation for adults with a diagnosis of a mental health and/or intellectual disability issue such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Our clients might be homeless, living in boarding houses that cannot meet their needs, have limited literacy and numeracy skills or have a physical disability. Our aim is to give them a lifestyle that is as close as possible to that of community living.
Residential Group Homes
At our Group Homes we provide 24 hour supported accommodation for adults with a diagnosed mental health condition/s and/or intellectual disability.
Our clients range from all different backgrounds. They may be homeless, living in boarding houses that does not meet their needs, have limited literacy and numeracy skills or have a physical disability. Our aim is to give them a lifestyle of supported and connected community living.
We have Residential Group Homes in Casula, Ingleburn, Marrickville NSW
Youth Residential Rehabilitation Units (YRRU)
Youth Residential Rehabilitation Units are 24 hour residential services which offer support to young people aged 16-21 who have a diagnosed mental health condition/s, or are experiencing significant mental health difficulties.
YRRU offers accommodation, as well as assistance with living skills, social skills, money management, transportation and travel training, social opportunities, regular exercise programs, liaison with clinical mental health and medical family practice support, and enrolment in various educational or vocational programs.
Our aim is to enable young adults to enhance their personal skills so that they can build and maintain their independence and emotional wellbeing, their connections with their family and friends and their relationships within the community.
YRRU have three locations: Cairns, Aspley and Greenslopes