The Recovery Program is a unique eight week residential course which provides a wide range of supports and skills development for people with mental health issues who are ready to take the next steps in their recovery journey.

The purpose-built unit has a welcoming and friendly feel with lots of great spaces to join in workshops and group activities as well as spend time working individually with our recovery specialists. We welcome people from anywhere in the Murrumbidgee catchment area.

What the Recovery Program does

The Recovery program was developed from consumer feedback and covers a wide variety of subjects to help people the build the skills and strengths they need to make progress with their recovery.

Participants are at the centre of everything that happens in the program and are encouraged to identify their own goals, write their own reports and even run their own meetings.

The Recovery Program team works together to provide professional support, care coordination and guidance to participants. The team includes a range of mental health professionals including Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Psychiatrists, Peer Support Workers and Dietitians.

We welcome your ideas

At the Recovery Program, we work closely with our participants and are always interested to hear their feedback and ideas for the program.

If you have participated in the Recovery Program, or are interested in the program but haven't taken part yet, we would love you to share your thoughts with us.

How your feedback is used

We appreciate any feedback on our program. Comments and suggestions are used to improve the program and are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

During the first part of 2023, we are also reviewing our Model of Care and will use feedback received to guide and inform the changes we make to this.

What is a Model of Care?

A Model of Care is an important document which guides the purpose of a service and guides the practice of staff in that service. It sets out what we expect from good quality care, as well as practical things about the service such as referral pathways, operating hours, criteria for admission and the type of treatment and support provided.