TeamCare – Community Nursing Program (Mental Health): Provides community based nursing support for people with severe and complex mental health care needs.
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS): A registered NDIS provider delivering, Support Coordination, Therapeutic Supports, and a range of Life Skills development and Community Participation supports for people experiencing mental ill health.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): includes counselling, workplace mediation, coaching, critical incident support and debriefing in all organisations. Uses prevention and proactive intervention for resolution of work and personal problems.
Family Counselling Service (FCS): Professional, qualified counsellors provide a confidential and safe environment for any families, individuals, children or young people wishing to strengthen and gain skills, knowledge and resources that can assist in addressing a range of different issues in their lives including dispute resolution.
TeamCare- Community Nursing Program (Mental Health): to be eligible for this program the person must be 16 years or over; experiencing severe mental illness that causes disruption to personal, social and/or work life; be supported by a general practitioner or psychiatrist; (support can be provided for GP engagement)not need ongoing support from a community mental health team (occasional contact and support is okay); and have been hospitalised in the past or be at risk of being hospitalised in the future.
NDIS: A person holding an NDIS plan, or- a person with disability (physical and/or psychosocial) who has been assessed against the eligibility requirements of the NDIS as a suitable participant. Access requests can be found at your local NDIA office, or contact us for access support.
EAP: Referral or agreement by the employer to obtain support.
FCS: Children, young people, couples and families can access counselling individually or collectively.