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Neami Mid North Coast provides individual recovery support for mental illness and mental health needs in the Port Macquarie and Kempsey Mental Health District. We support people in their recovery while also helping them to strengthen their connections to the community and support networks.
Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI)
Through the HASI program, we provide flexible, community-based support, so people can:
- Identify their values and goals and make progress towards achieving them
- Manage medication and treatment
- Enhance their physical health and wellbeing
- Participate in the community of choice
- Gaining greater independence
People work with a support worker who will use their professional skills to listen and support them during regular visits in their home and local community.
Bridging and transition support
Together with the Port Macquarie and Kempsey Mental Health Team, we can support people who are being admitted to or are leaving hospital or a care unit.
We help people to put together a plan to successfully transition back into the community and avoid a relapse.
Our group programs support people to develop knowledge, skills and resources that are consistent with their personal goals and values. Neami Mid North Coast offers the group programs Flourish and the Optimal Health Program.
To be eligible for the Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI) program, people must:
- Be aged 16 years and older
- Be diagnosed with having a mental illness and have an ongoing clinical support person who will collaborate with HASI (e.g. area case manager, GP, psychiatrist, psychologist, etc.)
- Be currently have a place of residence (or a pathway in place to achieve this)
- Have a willingness to engage in a flexible support program
- Live in the local Port Macquarie / Kempsey Mental Health District
You can make a referral by speaking with any of the staff at Neami Mid North Coast or by emailing us, using the contact details above.
Individuals, carers, families, health professionals and other community services can make referrals. Referrals for others must be discussed with the individual before making the referral.
We encourage referrals from people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and refugees.