Mental Health Needs
We are aware that having access to appropriate accommodations and the appropriate level of support is vital to making progress in overcoming mental health issues. Our range of mental health support services includes community support, personal care, respite care, nursing care, supported housing with care, and supported housing with floating support.
The level of support that we offer varies according to the client’s individual needs and can range from a few hours per week all the way to permanent support or extensive support over a short period of time in order to facilitate the accomplishment of a target. In addition, we do all in our power to promote the concept of peer support, in which individuals are empowered to make changes in their lives via the combination of mutual support and the experience of travelling the same path.
The state of one’s mental health is something that each of us can empathise with, and as a result, we make sure to offer support for it in every service that we offer.
People who have a mental health illness that has been diagnosed receive support from specialised mental health services, which can range from:
Anxiety disorders and panic attacks
- Personality disorders
- Bipolar disorder
On their way to becoming independent and getting better, the people we help can build their self-confidence and feel better about themselves by working together with our team and doing self-development activities.
The Recovery Star model, which focuses on the following areas, is used to support individuals.
- Taking care of one’s mental health
- Self-esteem and identity
- Taking responsibility for one’s own physical health and self-care
- Living skills
- Relationships within social networks