If you are a carer or family member
How we will work with you
Partners in Recovery (PIR) recognises the important role carers and family members play in the recovery of a person experiencing mental health issues and complex needs.
That’s why a Support Facilitator will also work together with you to find out the services and support you feel would be the most helpful.
Carers and family members will be involved with the consent of the person accessing PIR.
Consumer and Carer Involvement
Two key people on our team are a Consumer and Carer Representative. Their role is to consult on our program delivery and to give first hand insight and guidance to our Support Facilitators.
Some of the services and support ESPIR can connect you with:
- Income Support Services
- Housing Support
- Peer Support
- Legal Services
- Aboriginal Services & Supports
- General Practitioners
- Mental Health Services
- Culturally Appropriate Services
- Social Groups
- Education & Employment Advice
- Recreation & Relaxation Programs
- Alcohol & Drug Support Services
- Disability Support
- Carer & Family Support
- Any other services you think may be helpful for your recovery