Supporting community members who experience severe and complex mental health concerns in Western Sydney.

National Psychosocial Support Programs​

The Western Sydney Partners in Recovery (WSPIR) program has been transitioned to the National Psychosocial Support program.

National Psychosocial Support (NPS) consists of the following sub-programs:

  • National Psychosocial Support Measures Extended Program (NPS2)
  • Continuity of Supports (CoS)
  • National Psychosocial Support Measures (Connector and Western Sydney Psychosocial Support Service)
  • NPS Access.

Any client registered in the WSPIR, Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMS) or Day to Day Living (D2DL) programs prior to 1 July 2019 will have transitioned to NPS2 or CoS.

NPS Access

NPS Access is a new intake stream into the National Psychosocial Support program for clients experiencing severe and complex mental health concerns who require substantial psychosocial support for daily living, and require assistance to apply for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

NPS Access will continue to be funded by WSPHN but will be managed collaboratively by One Door Mental Health and Flourish Australia.

To make a referral to NPS Access, please complete the referral form below and email it to the details listed at the bottom of the form.


Connector is a psychosocial support program assisting people with severe and complex mental health concerns to live and participate in the community, attend social outings, receive support to reach education, employment and financial goals, improve physical and mental health, and be connected to other services and health professionals.

For more information call 0436 371 358 or visit the One Door Website.

Western Sydney Psychosocial Support Service

The Western Sydney Psychosocial Support Service supports people with severe and complex mental health concerns and associated psychosocial functional impairment through providing a range of person-centred, recovery-focussed and trauma-informed, non-clinical supports. Clients will gain access to a wide range of supports to help them lead active, healthy lives and learn living skills, access education, find employment, make a home and be part of their community.

To enquire more about this program contact Flourish Australia on 9393 9290.