Partners in Recovery (PiR)


Helping people with a mental illness find a support team that’s right for them
By reducing the barriers and providing a clear pathway,
Partners in Recovery makes it easier to access the right range of services and support

Some of the services and supports Partners In Recovery can coordinate for a person with a mental illness

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • General Practitioner
  • Social workers
  • Occupational therapists
  • Optometrists
  • Diabetes health
  • Dental
  • Alcohol and drug treatment
  • Financial and budgeting
  • Clinical case management
  • Income support services
  • Supported accommodation
  • Public housing
  • Housing support
  • Personal helpers and mentors
  • Support for day to day living
  • Independent living
  • Carer and family support services
  • Parenting support services
  • Education and training
  • Employment services
  • Family services
  • Child protection
  • Domestic violence services
  • Legal services
  • Justice services
  • Recreational opportunities

If you have a severe and persistent mental illness, a Partners in Recovery (PIR) Support Facilitator will help you identify the supports that you need

If you are a carer or family member, Partners in Recovery (PIR) recognises the important role carers and family members play in the care and recovery of a person with a severe mental illness

Partner Organisations - Schizophrenia Fellowship NSW is the Partners in Recovery South Western Sydney Lead Agency and is a Consortium Member of several other Medicare areas of NSW

Find Your Team - Contact the Lead Agency for your Medicare area of NSW to get started