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Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMs) - Hindmarsh

Mental health recovery

Hindmarsh, 5007

Mission Australia's Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaM) in Charles Sturt, assists people who have a severe functional limitation resulting from a mental illness to transition to NDIS. In the process of transitioning PHaMs seeks to enable them to better manage their daily activities. those deemed ineligible for the NDIS are assisted to access a range of appropriate services/support. Each PHaM's participant receives a culturally appropriate service that is designed to assist them in the least restrictive way towards their personal recovery goals.

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35 Richard Street Hindmarsh SA 5007
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Opening hours

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Who we assist

We assist people who are 16 years and over who have severe functional limitations resulting from severe mental illness to access NDIS and support those ineligible to transition to other supports in the community.

Eligibility criteria

We assist people aged 16 years and over who have difficulties functioning across a range of life domains due to a severe mental health condition to access the NDIS. You do not have to initially have a formal clinical diagnosis of a severe mental illness to access the service.

Referral process

We accept self-referrals or referrals from family, agencies, allied health professionals, clinical services, Government and Non Government services, schools or employers.

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Purpose - 'Inspired by Jesus Christ, Mission Australia exists to meet human need and to spread the knowledge of the love of God'