Continuity of Support
CoS will ensure clients continue to receive appropriate support using a recovery and strengths based framework. The four key aims are to:
- Increase personal capacity, confidence and self-reliance
- Increase social participation
- Streamline access to appropriate services
- Provide flexible and responsive support at times of increased need
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Support is provided through group-based activities and responsive individual support at times of increased need.
These services can be provided by a range of workers including mental health support workers and/or lived experience peer support workers.
Note: Referrals cannot be made to this service, however, transfers for people receiving CoS services from other PHN regions can be made where capacity is available.
Who is it for?
What support is provided?
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:
- Social skills and connections, including family connections
- day to day living skills
- financial management and budgeting
- finding and maintaining a home
- building broader life skills including confidence and resilience
- vocational skills and goals
- maintaining physical wellbeing, including exercise
Contact Impact Support Services
COS referral service is only available in the South Burnett.
Adult Mental Health, CYMHS & Headspace referrals are welcome at IMPACT, for all other referrals please contact PHN.
Need help now?
Domestic Violence Services
- DV Connect: 1800 811 811
- Edon Place: 4153 6820
- Men’s Line: 1300 78 99 78
- National Sexual Assault, Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service 1800 737 732 (1800 RESPECT).