Severe and Complex Mental Health

The Western Sydney Partners in Recovery (WSPIR) program has been replaced by the National Psychosocial Support Measures (NPS) program. NPS consists of 3 sub-programs: National Psychosocial Support Measures Extended Program (NPS2), Continuity of Support (CoS) and National Psychosocial Support Measures 1 (NPSM).

Any client who is registered in the program up until 30 June 2019, will either transfer to the NPS2, to receive ongoing support to transition to the NDIS, or those clients found ineligible for the NDIS will continue to receive care coordination support under the CoS program.

NPS2 and CoS will only be available to clients who were active on the WSPIR program up until 30 June 2019.

NPS Access will be the new referral pathway from 1 November 2019 for clients who meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Person must be diagnosed with severe and complex mental health concerns
  • Person must require multiple psychosocial needs to assist their daily life
  • Person must require substantial assistance to engage with the services they require
  • Person must consent to submitting an application for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Make a referral to NPS Access

The NPS Access Initiative is led by Flourish Australia and One Door Mental Health. The service has been made possible by funding from Western Sydney Primary Health Network. 

For more information

Phone

(02) 8811 7650

Email

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Mental Health Helplines

Feedback

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ACN 099 255 103
ABN 80 099 255 106

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