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Commonwealth Psychosocial Support program


The Commonwealth Psychosocial Support service, provided by Flourish Australia, assists people with a severe mental illness who have reduced psychosocial function and who are not supported by the NDIS. The program strengthens the capacity of people/consumers to live independently, safely, and productively in their community, form meaningful connections in a supportive environment, and reduce the need for acute care.

The program covers a range of non-clinical supports that focus on building personal capacity and stability in one or more of the following areas:

  • social skills, friendships and family connections
  • day-to-day living skills
  • financial management and budgeting
  • finding and maintaining a home
  • vocational skills and goals
  • maintaining physical wellbeing, including exercise
  • managing substance use issues
  • building broader life skills, including confidence and resilience, and;
  • building capacity to live independently in the community

Available to
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
  • Carers
  • Ex-prisoners
  • Men
  • Multicultural community
  • Older persons
  • People living with a disability
  • Rural/farming community
  • Women
For GP use: IAR Level of Care
  • Low intensity
Areas serviced
  • Blue Mountains
  • Hawkesbury
  • Lithgow
  • Penrith
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In home service
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