Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Community (CPS) Program

CPS Program

The Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Community (CPS) Program aims to promote community participation, inclusion, and cohesion for people with mental health issues.

The program provides short-term support to eligible participants to build skills to manage their mental health challenges and improve social and daily living skills. Sessions are goal-oriented and designed in collaboration with a psychosocial coach with focus on building a person’s recovery plan.

The program is for adults (aged 16-65) with severe or complex mental health challenges in South Eastern NSW who are not receiving NDIS supports.

The program can assist with:

  • Service Navigation (finding supports)
  • Psychosocial NDIS applications
  • Recovery Supports
  • Recovery Focused Group Activities

Support is provided through a mix of 1:1 in-person support, groups, and telehealth, depending on location and availability, usually for between 3 – 12 months.

CPS is available to participants in the following areas

South Eastern PHN

CPS is not a clinical service.

To make a referral or for more information please contact our team on 1800 843 539 or at CPS@onedoor.org.au.

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