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Partners in Recovery
Partners in Recovery (PIR) aims to better support people who have severe and persistent mental health concerns with complex needs, and their carers and families. PIR support workers will collaborate between services and supports from multiple sectors that you may come into contact with (and could benefit from). The aim of PIR is to have everyone who can help you work in a more collaborative, coordinated and integrated way.
PIR organisations, including IMPACT Community Services, have been established across Australia and are working at a systems level to "glue" together all the support and services each individual may require for better success in mental health recovery.
If you, or someone you know, has a severe and persistent mental illness, talk to us.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Who can participate in the program?
Anybody who has a severe and persistent mental illness, and who has a variety of needs that are not being met.
What can you do for me?
A PIR support worker will find the right support agency/agencies to help you on your journey to recovery.
How does the program work?
A support facilitator will look at areas of your life that you feel are not working and help to find relevant services that can help you. Once we're sure that you're linked with the necessary services and support, we will continue to check your progress for a short time. When we're sure they are right for you, we will step back, but we're always here if you need us.