Ashfield/Biala/Mawarra is a transitional accommodation program based in Sydney’s Inner West, providing housing and psychosocial support to participants with a mental health condition/s.
As a transitional accommodation program, participants work with our staff to achieve their development goals, and then relocate to other, permanent housing, following their completion of 24 months in the Ashfield/Biala/Mawarra program.
Our staff members support participants to develop life skills so they are able to live independently, such as; how to maintain successful tenancies, managing money, and most importantly, assist in their mental health recovery.
Community Managed Mental Health (CMMH)
Aftercare and Life Without Barriers have partnered with a range of local mental health, primary healthcare, and other community services to provide access to mental health support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Cape York, Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula.
Our aim is to keep people out of hospital and improve their outcomes through holistic integrated support addressing their whole-of-life needs.
Community Mental Health Clinical Care and Coordination (CMHCCC)
The CMHCCC program provides clinical care and coordination and non-clinical psychosocial support to individual’s mental health that is significantly impacting their social, emotional, personal and work-life. Clinical care and coordination includes intake, triage and assessment for appropriate treatment, coordinating services, contributing to care planning and support to access the most appropriate services. Non-clinical psychosocial support includes services designed to improve social skills, relationship maintenance, managing daily living needs, and achieving educational and training goals.
Continuity of Support (CoS)
Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMs) and Partners in Recovery (PIR) funding is now finished. Continuity of Support (CoS) will provide psychosocial support to people who were accessing services from PHaMs and PIR. CoS is for those who have tested NDIS eligibility and are deemed ineligible or over 65yrs of age. Support and services provided will help you achieve similar outcomes to those you received from PHaMs and PIR.
National Psychosocial Support – Extension (NPS2)
Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMs) and Partners in Recovery (PIR) funding is now finished. If you were a client of PHaMs or PIR and have yet to test your eligibility for NDIS, or are waiting to receive an access decision or planning meeting you will be eligible for NPS2 funding. NPS2 support is available for up to 12 months until you have transitioned to either the NDIS or CoS.
Floresco is a multi-agency service providing a ‘one stop shop’ for people between the ages of 18-64 with mental health issues and their carers and family members. Participants can access a range of community mental health support services; clinical mental health services, employment and housing services, and drug and alcohol services.
Floresco Centre works with individuals, families and carers, at home and in the community, through group support, mutual support and self-help, personalised support and family and carer support, to provide tailored and holistic support to allow them to lead functional and fulfilling lives.
LikeMind is an innovative model of holistic care via integrated services for people with mental health concerns across four core streams: mental health, drug and alcohol, physical health, and social needs such as linkages to employment, vocational training and housing.
The one centre provides triage, assessment, treatment, care coordination and discharge planning by a consortium of government and non-government providers.
Aftercare is the lead agency for the Orange and Wagga Wagga LikeMind sites
Mental Health Community Support Service (MHCSS)
Care Connect has formed a consortium with Aftercare and Life Without Barriers, to provide Individual Client Support Packages (ICSP) for the Mental Health Community Support Service within the Southern Loddon region of Victoria. MHCSS ICSPs aim to minimise long term disability and improve quality of life outcomes for people living with a mental health issue.The MHCSS program is based in Bendigo.
Our friendly staff are available if you have any questions about our individual support services. Get in touch with us.