Mental Health

Approved by the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), our mental health services can assist in your recovery, encourage community participation, and empower you to live more independently. As experts in psychosocial disability and a range of mental health conditions, our dedicated team will deliver a bespoke care plan based on your unique goals and needs.

Daily Living Support

Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

Let us help you lead a purposeful and meaningful life.

Our recovery coaches have lived experience of psychosocial disability and mental health. Learn from their first-hand knowledge and get support in overcoming your mental health challenges.

  • Help you navigate the complex mental health system
  • Get to know you and understand your unique mental health needs
  • Explain the different psychosocial disability and mental health services that are available
  • Assist you in accessing personalised disability and mental health supports

Caregiver Support

We offer practical and emotional support for those providing mental health care.

We know that family members and carers are often the greatest advocates for those with a mental health condition or psychosocial disability. Our compassionate support workers extend services by connecting your loved ones with respite facilities and emotional support.

  • Encourage clients to join community groups to offer both parties independent time
  • Facilitate a short stay out of home for clients to develop new skills
  • Provide periods of extra personal support when a carer isn't available
  • Help carers better manage their own mental health and wellbeing

Recover and Grow With Gracious Australia

Build Reliable Support Networks

We'll help you create a comprehensive team of support workers and connections within your community, so you'll never feel alone during your mental illness recovery.

Gain New Skills

Let our community mental health care team assist you in developing the key life skills needed to succeed. Boost your self-esteem in all areas, from learning how to budget and cook to socialising with confidence.

Achieve Life Goals

Our aim is to help you become independent and feel fulfilled in your daily life. We'll guide you through a step-by-step plan to reach your goals, from achieving your dream career to forming more meaningful connections.

Access mental health care with an

NDIS Approved Provider

Our holistic approach means that you can benefit from other key supports alongside our mental health service. Take a look at the full range of services we offer across 6 locations in Western Australia and learn how our peer workers can help in your recovery.

One-to-One Learning Support

Our mental health service can alleviate the common barriers to education and training.

Having a mental illness or psychosocial disability shouldn't stop anyone from achieving their career goals. Accessing mental health services can help you harness training and work opportunities, whilst building the skills needed to succeed.

  • Arrange transport to and from your learning facility
  • Provide specialist mental health support for the transition to higher education, training, or work
  • Offer assistance with completing homework
  • Develop listening, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills

Nurture Self-Confidence

Together, we'll work on boosting your self-esteem.

Our mental health services can increase your sense of belonging, improve social connection and inclusion, and help you grow into the person you've always wanted to be.

  • Build interpersonal skills that improve your confidence in social situations
  • Achieve independence through supported independent living and assistance with daily tasks
  • Analyse your strengths and target areas for improvement
  • Get emotional support and help with accessing other mental health services, such as occupational therapists

Consult an NDIS Approved Mental Health Service

Get the right support for a variety of mental health conditions.

Our psychosocial disability and mental health services are completely customisable based on your independent needs. We can help you get the most out of your NDIS funding and take the next step in your mental health recovery. Reach out to our friendly team today to create a care plan.


We answered your top 4 questions on our mental health services. To find out more about the services we provide for your particular needs, check out our comprehensive FAQ page.

How Are Australian Mental Health Services Accessed?

Both government and non-government mental health services are available through GP or self-referral. If you need immediate help for mental illness, call emergency departments on 000, or the Mental Health Access Line on 1800 011 511.

How Do I Find Support Groups in My Area?

The first step in getting help for a mental health condition or psychosocial disability is to talk to general practitioners or other mental health professionals, who can refer you to a local support group. Various community organisations also offer National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) mental health services and support groups, so check online for specific details.

Can I Check Myself Into a Mental Health Facility?

If you are struggling with a mental illness or psychosocial disability, you may receive treatment as a voluntary or compulsory patient. Voluntary patients are free to leave mental health services whenever they wish, whereas compulsory patients are assessed by a psychiatrist and given a compulsory mental health services treatment order.

What Are the 4 Types of Mental Illness?

There are many different types of mental health issues. One of the main groups is mood disorders, such as depression or bipolar disorder. Other groups of mental illness include anxiety, personality, and psychotic disorders like schizophrenia.