Psychosocial disability / Dual diagnosis

We support clients living with psychosocial disability by working with their NDIS and mainstream providers towards personal recovery. We work with clients towards personal recovery by building their capacity and working towards their goals, including:

  • Making friends
  • Building and maintaining relationships
  • Learning to self-manage and exercise and choice and control in their lives
  • Independence in the community and in the home (activities of daily living)
  • Finding and keeping a job

Our support coordinators are highly experienced at navigating these challenges with clients. We bring the client’s specialist and community mental health services together with NDIS supports as one treating team.

Some of the specific services we provide to clients with psychosocial disability include:

Working with us

We can work with clients with psychosocial disability using the following line items:

  • Improved Relationships – Specialist Behavioural Intervention Support (11_022_0110_7_3)
  • Improved Relationships – Behaviour Management Plan (11_023_0110_7_3)
  • Improved Daily Living – Capacity Building Supports for Early Childhood (15_040_0118_1_3)
  • Improved Daily Living – Individual Assessment, Therapy and/or training (15_048_01228_1_3)
  • Coordination of Supports: Level 2 (07_002_0106_8_3)
  • Specialist Support Coordination: Level 3 (07_004_0132_8_3)


NDIS and Mental Health Access Information Plain English

NDIS page on Mental Health and the NDIS

General information about Mental Health and the NDIS, NDIS Mental Health Snapshot 1

Impairment and Mental Health in the NDIS, NDIS Mental Health Snapshot 2

Recovery and the NDIS, NDIS Mental Health Snapshot 3

Functional capacity and mental health issues, NDIS Mental Health Snapshot 4