Community Mental Health Services

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Floresco Centre Ipswich:

The Floresco Centre provides a safe environment for people between the ages of 18 - 64, who experience mental illness, and their families and carers. Floresco Centre helps people learn how to deal with life challenges through group support, mutual support and self-help, personalised support and family and carer support.

Partners in Recovery:

Provides services to those with severe and persistent mental illness, with a focus on helping them to receive mental health support in a more collaborative, coordinated and integrated way
A referral is required to access the service. For more information, please call them directly or ask your care provider to contact them (e.g., GP, psychologist, social worker, counsellor, nurse)
Telephone: 1800 747 463
Visit their website to learn more.

Jacaranda Clubhouse Association Inc:

Empowering Daily Living Skills Program for Adults striving for mental wellness in a strengths based program where members and staff work side by side in the real work of the Clubhouse.
Address: 4/44 East Street, Ipswich, QLD 4305
Phone: 07 3281 0344
Visit their website to learn more.

Open Minds Ipswich:

Open Minds is a Brisbane based Not for Profit, providing support services, and enhancing the lives of individuals living with a mental illness, disability or acquired brain injury.
Forming in 1912 as the Queensland Wattle League, Open Minds has a long and rich history within the Brisbane community, while adapting and excelling as leaders in the field, offering a range of programs and tailored support services for individuals in the streams of:
Lifestyle: Supporting individuals to live as independently as possible within the community.
Living: Supporting individuals requiring more extensive care to live successfully in a community residential setting.
Employment: Achieving suitable employment by focusing on the individual's interests, skills, transport, hours of work and required environmental supports.
Health: Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMs) lead a strengths based recovery program providing support to individuals affected by mental illness.
The heart of what Open Minds do is a commitment to working alongside individuals, focusing on their strengths to enable individual achievement and recovery.
Address: 24 East Street, Ipswich, 4305
Phone: 1300 673 664
Visit their website to learn more.

FSG Australia:

FSG Australia can assist in many areas of your life including personal support for people with a disability or living with a mental illness, housing assistance, work and learning opportunities, providing NDIS services and much more.
Phone: 07 5564 0655
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Mental Health Carers Arafmi Queensland:

Arafmi’s specialty focus on mental health carers and mental health has created a depth of knowledge and range of specialty resources within the sector that is unequalled by the generalist organisations.
Phone: 07 3254 1881
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Richmond Fellowship Queensland:

Richmond Fellowship aim to empower people to develop their own personal recovery plans that reflect their vision for the future and the goals they wish to pursue with our support. These plans integrate our recovery-oriented model of practice with leading evidence-based recovery tools.
Phone: 07 3363 2585
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Neami West Moreton-Oxley:

Neami National is a community mental health service supporting people living with mental illness to improve their health, live independently and pursue a life based on their own strengths, values and goals.
Phone: 07 3375 7333
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Karinya Family Support Program:

Karinya is a Mental Health Respite Health Program for carers.
Karinya aims to assist carers by providing support to the person with the mental illness while the carer has a break - facilitating a rejuvenation time for everyone.
Address: 12 Ferrett St Sadliers Crossing, Ipswich, QLD, 4305
Phone: 07 3812 3358

headspace Ipswich:

headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds.
Services at a headspace centre are either free, or have a low cost. You can ask if there is a cost when you make your appointment.
Visit their website to learn more.

Drug ARM:

Drug ARM Australasia is a not-for-profit outreach organisation founded upon Christian values and principles, committed to reducing harms associated with alcohol and other drug use.
Phone: 1300 656 800
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Harmony Place:

Mental health services for culturally and linguistically diverse people and communities.
The organisation is based at Yeronga and has bilingual mental health clinicans, that have had experience with the mental health challenges associated with settlement, identity and acculturation.
Visit their website to learn more.

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