Richmond Fellowship Tasmania’s Residential Recovery Program is open to adults who have a diagnosed mental illness. The program offers intensive recovery focussed support to individuals for up to 12 months to work on identified recovery goals.
Units and living spaces are furnished and fully self-contained, providing a safe platform for individuals to build capacity in living skills as they work to transition to independent living in their community.
Our Residential Recovery sites are staffed 24-hours, 7 days a week, with sites in North-west Tasmania (Ulverstone) and in the South of the State (Rokeby).
Program services include:
- Comfortable, fully furnished, self-contained units
- Assistance to identify specific recovery goals through our dedicated recovery model
- Trained and compassionate staff who will support you to action identified goals
- Access to other Richmond Fellowship programs including our dedicated recreation program (TasRec)
Entry to the Program
For entry into the Residential Recovery program, you will need to complete an application with the State Mental Health Services Maximising Recovery Panel (MRP) and simply nominate Richmond Fellowship Tasmania as your preferred service provider. Our Residential Recovery sites often are at capacity and waitlists may be applicable.
The Maximising Recovery Panel details are:
Phone: (03) 6166 1161
Fax: (03) 6230 7550
Phone: (03) 6477 7730
Fax: (03) 6434 6425
Once accepted into the program, we will work with you and your case manager (where appropriate) to identify the best transition arrangement to support you.
If you are ready to work on your mental health recovery through our Residential Recovery Program or for more information please contact Richmond Fellowship Tasmania on (03) 6228 3344.