Bilingual Hospital 2 Home

Assisting people to stay connected in a peer-to-peer setting.

Empowering Diverse Communities through Health

The Bilingual Hospital 2 Home program helps people from culturally and linguistically diverse communities living in Western Sydney to connect to mental health services, develop resilience, increase understanding around mental health and reduce hospital readmission.

Our program supports integration into the community by facilitating community-based support groups, delivering person-centred, recovery-oriented, family focused and trauma informed services.

Our goal is to strengthen the coordination, referral pathways and connection between people so they can live independently and pursue a fulfilling life.

Who we support?

People living with mental illness, their families and carers who reside in Western Sydney can contact us for support in finding the right services.

Our support workers can work one-on-one with individuals and family members and carers to:

  • Establish goals that are important to you and set a plan to achieve these goals.
  • Provide practical help such as accompany you to medical appointments and linking you in with other community services as needed.
  • Navigate Centrelink and other government agencies.
  • Link you in with social, lifestyle and in-ward groups to meet other people and take part in activities.
  • Public educational sessions to improve the community understanding of mental health.
  • Visit you whilst you are in hospital to offer support and address any concerns you may have about leaving hospital.
  • Participate in your discharge plan in order to understand your individual needs and to identify how to best assist you once you are at home.

One Door proudly delivers the Bilingual Hospital 2 Home program, made possible by funding from Western Sydney Primary Health Network.

Contact Us

Phone: (02) 9199 6185

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$50 can help us provide support to over 10,000 people impacted by mental illness a year

Help create a world in which people with mental illness are valued and treated as equals.