Changes to psychosocial support services

From 1 July 2019, the way psychosocial support services are delivered across Australia has changed.

Psychosocial support is a term used to describe programs and activities which are designed to support people with severe mental illness achieve their recovery goals.

As part of this change, participants of the Partners in Recovery (PIR), Personal Helpers and Mentors Service (PHaMHs) and Day to Day Living (D2DL) programs, which ended on 30 June 2019, are receiving their support though the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) or PHN-funded psychosocial supports.

Murray PHN has funded psychosocial supports across the Murray PHN region under a single banner of Psychosocial Recovery Services (PRS).

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