Ruah Community Services

Ruah's mental health support services encompass face-to-face contact in the home or choice of location to connect people to their community; intensive one-to-one support for people with higher or challenging needs; a peer program for people with mental illness to learn practical mental health recovery skills; recreational and leisure services; and an early episode psychosis program.

Ruah Community Services WAAMH Full Member

Street Address
Unit 67 Plaistowe Mews, West Perth, WA, 6005
Phone
13 RUAH (13 7824)
Email
[email protected]

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Services Provided

Mutual Support and Self Help

Peer support (programs run by people with a mental illness)

Who it's for

People with a diagnosed mental illness, early episode psychosis or serious mental health concerns

Funded by

Mental Health Commission

  • KINGS PARK 10 km

Personalised Support

Outreach, mobile, psychosocial support and recovery, peer support, recreation and life skills. Individual Community Living Strategy. Mental Health Housing Support (NPAH Housing Support Workers Mental Health)

Who it's for

People with a diagnosed mental illness, early episode psychosis or serious mental health concerns. People with severe and persistent mental illness, who have been in specialist hospital inpatient facilities for an extended period. Adults with a severe and persistent mental illness who are exiting Specialist Mental Health Services and need assistance to access and maintain long term stable accommodation .

Funded by

Mental Health Commission FACHSIA (Ruah Inreach) DCP

  • KINGS PARK 10 km

Family & Carer Support

Family Support

Who it's for

Families where a parent experiences mental illness

Funded by

FaHCSIA (Family to Family)

  • KINGS PARK 10 km

Education, Employment & Training

Resources and support for children and families, workforce development. Employment related services- finding and maintaining employment

Who it's for

Families where a parent experiences mental illness. People with severe and persistent mental illness

Funded by

Mental Health Commission (Urban Network). DEEWR

  • KINGS PARK 10 km

Mental Health Promotion

Recreation and community activities, community participation ( Wellness Recovery ). Social and community participation, activities and outings

Who it's for

People living with mental illness

Funded by

Mental Health Commission FaHCSIA (Inreach Specialist Recreation Services)

  • KINGS PARK 10 km

Mental Illness Prevention

(Perspectives on Children and Families) Family workshops

Who it's for

Families where a parent experiences mental illness

Funded by

Mental Health Commission (Urban Network)

  • KINGS PARK 10 km

Alcohol and Other Drugs

A range of services provided.

Who it's for

Caters for a variety of groups

  • KINGS PARK 10 km