Mental Health Homelessness Outreach Program (MHHOP)
Richmond Fellowship MHHOP is a recovery focussed program supporting Tasmanian’s who are experiencing, or at risk of homelessness.
- assists to develop resources to move beyond a diagnosis
- focuses on identifying goals, building meaning, uncovering resourcefulness and resilience
- supports people as the experts in their own lives and
- reconnects with own capabilities and strengths.
The MHHOP provides psychosocial intervention support aiming to assist people experiencing poor mental health with practical supports to participate in their community, to manage daily tasks, engage in work or study, find housing, support with alcohol and drug, managing money and making connections with family and friends. It focuses on inclusion, building connections and increasing confidence and self-esteem.
Referral in can be self-referral, from medical practitioners, family members or support workers through completion of the program referral form.
For More Information
Call Natasha on (62) 283 344
Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org