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Richmond Wellbeing

Richmond Wellbeing is a leading provider and key influencer of mental health services, bringing recovery into mainstream mental health practice to enable people to live meaningful and contributing lives. RW believes people CAN and DO recover from mental illness. We offer supported residential accommodation and other community based, family inclusive services.

29 Manning Road
Cannington, WA, 6107
P O Box 682
Bentley, WA, 6982

08 9350 8800

admin@rw.org.au


Services Provided

Education, Employment & Training

RW is a leader in specialist, evidence based training in recovery oriented approaches and practice at state and national level.
Training programs are co-developed with contemporary professionals and the wisdom of lived experience; designed to enhance skill, knowledge and attitude.
Services are matched to need for corporate and non-corporate environments.

Who it's for

Training is suited to service users, family and carers, mental health professionals, students, organisations and management, and anyone interested in mental health education.

Coverage Area

Training is based in Cannington or other appropriate venues.

Family & Carer Support

RW have two respite services:
Carer Respite provides access to resources, education and advocacy, events and recreational activities for Carers and family.
Short-term Respite is a ‘home-away-from-home’ program that allows Carers and family a break from their supportive role and gives the person they care for some space as well.

Who it's for

Carer wants to engage in support services. Carer needs to be registered with Commonwealth Carelink and Respite Centres. Services available to 18-65 group.
Care Recipient needs to have a formal diagnosis of a severe and persistent mental illness – must be primary not secondary.

Coverage Area

Perth Metropolitan Area

Mutual Support and Self Help

The Hearing Voice Network WA (HVNWA) is a resource for people who hear voices and experience visions and other unusual perceptions, promoting acceptance and recovery. HVNWA offers a place for the voice-hearing community to access relevant information, training, hearing voices support groups, and specific hearing voices peer support.

Who it's for

Must be willing to work on their recovery. Individual must have a sensory experience which are not always experienced as auditory and are commonly referred to as ‘hallucinations’. These may also include vision, smell, touch and other sensations).

Coverage Area

Perth Metropolitan Area

Personalised Support

RW Outreach Services engage people in the community, supporting their recovery journey through a personalised recovery plan. Includes PHaMs, ICLS, NDIS and respite.

RW Albany Fellowship House (AFS) is a resource centre for community members affected by mental distress. AFS provides resources and supports for individuals, families, carers and other key supports.

Who it's for

Individual has an experience of mental distress, No formal diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness is required for PHaMs.
Must be in the catchment area for PHaMs. The ROS service tailors only for individuals exiting RW’s supported accommodation.
Mental Health Commission assesses eligibility for ICLS. Must also be willing to work on their recovery.

Coverage Area

Southwest, Cockburn and Midland/Swan

Service Coordination

RW’s Partners In Recovery (PIR) program works to support people on their recovery journey by connecting them to the right supports.
Through a collaborative system, PIR provides care coordination to connect Network Members and the consumer to provide ‘wraparound’ services.

Who it's for

Individual has an experience of mental distress, No formal diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness is required.
Must be in the catchment area.
Must be willing to work on their recovery.

Coverage Area

Bentley and Armadale region

Staffed Residential Services

RW provide a range of supported residential accommodation services provide a level of support to meet individual’s mental health needs and support individuals with a dual diagnosis.
Individualised services include short, medium and long term community-supported accommodation, plus short term intensive recovery program and respite opportunities.

Who it's for

Formal Diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness – must be primary not secondary.
Services available for 18-65 group.
Linked in with a mental health service, a private psychiatrist or supported by a GP in the community.
Must be willing to work on their recovery.

Coverage Area

East Perth, Bassendean, Westminster, Subiaco, Peel and Rockingham, Kwinana, Busselton, Bunbury, Kelmscott