Locations: Cannington, Midland, Medina. This service provides short-term community based traditional or respite accommodation for adults aged 18 years and older who are living with a mental health challenge.
People referred to this service may be experiencing a social crisis, require respite or be homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Who is eligible?
- You must be linked with a community mental health team for case management and clinical support.
- Be aged over 18.
- Be living with a mental health challenge.
- Be homeless or at risk of homelessness.
- Have low to medium support needs of between 2 – 4 hours per day.
- Be able to live independently and willing to live in a shared environment.
- Currently residing in Western Australia.
- A Permanent Resident or Citizen of Australia.
- Currently receiving or entitled to an income such as Centrelink or a regular wage.
- Be prepared to sign an Individual Recovery Agreement and identify and work towards your goals including longer-term accommodation.
Please note, we review all referrals case by case and assess if we are able to support the consumers’ needs in our service.
The accommodation units are duplex properties, which have 6 single rooms with shared facilities and offer accommodation for up to 12 months.
- Staff on site 9.00am – 9.45 pm with out of hours emergency contact numbers provided
- Support to develop independent living skills
- Support to manage mental health challenges and live a meaningful life
- Support to find longer-term accommodation
Accommodation Units Rates
- The rent will be 25% of your income, plus any rent assistance that you are entitled to
- There is an additional utilities charge to cover the cost of electricity, gas and water
- There is an exit fee payable, to cover any cleaning and/or repair costs after exit
Rules and Expectations
You must be willing to adhere to the conditions of the Licence to Occupy Agreement, Accommodation Rules and Charter of Consumer Rights and Responsibilities. The essence of which is to engage with the support program and work towards finding longer-term accommodation, be respectful of staff, other consumers and St Bart’s property and be willing and able to live in a shared environment.
Consumers who meet the requirements of the criteria are eligible to be referred for accommodation. Referrals can be completed by a recognised health service and aligned with a Community Mental Health Team.
The referring service is required to complete a Referral Form (via the button below) and provide all the relevant supporting documents, as indicated on page 1 of the referral.
Submit this form by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any questions please contact St Bart’s Intake Team on (08) 9323 5124.