Mental Health and Disability Services (Under 65s)

What do we offer?

We offer practical and individualised support to people who are seeking assistance to stay living independently in their homes in the community. We work alongside people who are experiencing complex life issues and have physical and mental health concerns. Through one-on-one support and a broad range of group activities we also aim to increase participation in healthy, social opportunities and to foster positive connections.

We also provide access to:

• case management
• one on one social support
• lifestyle and household support
• budgeting and financial assistance
• exercise and leisure activities
• transport planning and training
• information and referral
• linking to training and employment services
• domestic assistance
• linking to parenting and family education

Who is eligible for this service?

Eligibility for QCCS funded programs can be located on the Qld government, Department of Communities website.

To be eligible you must be aged between 18-65, living independently in the community, have a functional disability and experience difficulty performing activities of daily living.

How much will it cost?

The Queensland Community Care program is funded by the state government. Contributions are greatly appreciated and donations to Communify Qld are tax deductible.

Accessing this service:

There is a high demand for places within the program. To apply for support, please download and complete the Mental Health Referral form from our website or contact our office during opening hours.

Your application will be considered against current vacancies and if a position is unavailable you will be placed on a waiting list.