Hope for People Living with Mental Illness
Day to Day Living Program
The Support for Day to Day Living in the Community Program (D2DL) offers a range of structured day activity programs designed to improve confidence, strengthen social networks and develop new skills for individuals living with severe and persistent mental illness.
Personal Helpers & Mentors Program
The Personal Helpers & Mentors (PHaMS) program assists people whose ability to manage their daily activities and to live independently is severely impacted as a result of a severe mental illness.
Resource and Recovery Support Program
The Resource and Recovery Support Program (RRSP) is a service to support people with a mental illness by assisting them to access general community, social, leisure and recreational opportunities and vocational services.
Pioneer Clubhouse is a psycho-social rehabilitation service for people recovering from mental illness. Clubhouse revolves around a work-ordered day and helps give structure to the lives of members.
Sunflower Services is a certified provider of both the Job Network and Personal Support Program’s (PSP) which deliver one-on-one support to help people with a mental illness deal with issues that are holding them back from work, education or training.
Telephone Referral Information Support Service (TRISS)
People living with mental illness need information on many issues and our volunteers are trained to help all callers to find the information or service that they need. The service is open from 9 — 5 Monday to Friday. Call 02 9879 2600 or 1800 985 944. TRISS also offer an Outreach service providing regular individual contact with people living with mental illness and carers.
People with mental illness meet to discuss their problems, provide mutual support and share knowledge.
Helping Hands volunteers support people living with mental illness in their daily lives and pathways to recovery.