You can be considered to have a psychosocial disability or mental health illness if your condition significantly impacts your day to day living and your ability to participate in community life.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) offers support for people living with a psychosocial disability to aid in your recovery. This funding enables you to select the supports you need to achieve your personal recovery goals and lead a positive life.
Get in touch if you would like to discuss recovery coaching in more detail.
Recovery Coaches combine the principles of recovery-orientated practice with coaching principles with the aim of assisting you to take more control of your life and to better manage the complex challenges of day-to-day living. Recovery Coaches will work with you collaboratively to assist you to live a full and meaningful life, and to build capacity and resilience through strong and respectful relationships.
This mental health service is designed to be able to maintain engagement through periods of increased support needs due to the episodic nature of mental illness.
Hear from Cat, MCM Recovery Coach in Ballarat, about how she can support participants managing their mental health to take more control of their lives, and what it means to be a Recovery Coach.
MCM provides qualified Recovery Coaches throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria with support available both face-to-face and via Telehealth. All Coaches are fully qualified, with a minimum of Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work or Certificate IV in Mental Health.
Contact our friendly Customer Service Team to find out more about how our Recovery Coaches can assist you. Call us on 1800 343 287 or send us an enquiry below.
Our trusted Support and Specialist Support Coordinators are here to support you to achieve your goals, live life to the full, and take charge of your choices.