Commonwealth Psychosocial Support

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Commonwealth Psychosocial Support

Commonwealth Psychosocial Support is recovery focused, strengths based Mental Health support program.

People with severe mental illness may need extra support with their day-to-day living. Read about the psychosocial support program we fund to help people with severe mental illness.

This program aims to strengthen the capacity of participants to live independently, safely and productively in their community by focusing on capacity building via phone, virtual or  individual & group settings.

How’s Your Head Today? visit Head To Health to find digital mental health resources!

Note: Referral pathways can be self-referral or the wider community.

Email cps@impact.org.au

Phone or walk in.

Who is it for?

CPS is for participants with severe mental illness not accessing the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) 16 yrs +.

What support is provided?

CPS will ensure these clients continue to receive appropriate support using a recovery and strengths based framework.

What  types of service can be provided and by whom?

Psychosocial services are strength based, non-clinical supports that focus on building capacity and stability in the following areas:

  • help people with severe mental illness get the support they need to recover, build skills to live independently and contribute to their communities
  • reduce demand on more intense and acute health services
  • use our health system effectively.
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Mental Health Support

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CPS referral service is only available in Bundaberg, South Burnett & Discovery Coast

Referral pathways can be self-referral or the wider community. Phone or walk in.

To make a referral please visit https://impact.org.au/referrals-to-support-services/

Referral Details

Adult Mental Health, CYMHS & Headspace referrals are welcome at IMPACT, for all other referrals please contact PHN.

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