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Connector Hub – supporting people with severe mental illness

Connector Hub provides free psychosocial peer support for people with severe mental illness not eligible for NDIS.

Connector Hub supports people living with severe mental illness to achieve their goals and improve wellbeing. Participants benefit from non-clinical, individualised support with mental health recovery workers and peer workers; people with lived experience of mental illness. 

This program offers: 

  • Social activities, outings and connecting people with their community
  • Groups focusing on understanding their mental illness, improving physical health, & living the life they want 
  • Individual support and assistance 
  • NDIS application assistance
  • Linking participants with services, supports and health professionals.
  • Supporting participants to find work, education or accommodation, and to reach their education, employment and financial goals

 

Connector Hub eligibility

Connector Hub is for people who: 

  • Live with severe mental illness which cause some difficulties in your everyday life 
  • Aged 18+ years 
  • Live in South Western Sydney local government areas of Bankstown, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Liverpool, Wingecarribee or Wollondilly
  • Are not receiving funding under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) 

Accessing the Connector Hub program

Anyone can refer an eligible person to the Connector Hub (with their permission) including 

  • self-referral
  • carers, family or friends
  • health professionals

Refer online at Connector Hub

Connector Hub is commissioned by South Western Sydney PHN and delivered by One Door Mental Health in partnership with Flourish Australia.

Visit the Connector Hub website to get in touch and find out more.

 

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