Mental Health Community Support Services (MHCSS) are distinct from clinical mental health services, and play a vital role in supporting people with a severe mental illness and psychiatric disability throughout the recovery process.
MHCSS support people with psychiatric disability to manage their self-care, improve social and relationship skills and achieve broader quality of life via physical health, social connectedness, housing, education and employment.
Access to Mental Health Community Support Service programs
Access to MHCSS programs is through the catchment-based intake assessment services.
Youth residential rehabilitation services
Youth residential rehabilitation services provide psychosocial rehabilitation support to young people with a psychiatric disability.
Reviewed 26 May 2022