Programs and Psychosocial Support Services
Mental Health Literacy and the psychological wellbeing of the parents, families, and young people are the CMRH`s vision for the community we care about.
Refugees and migrants, including asylum seekers, face difficulties in life. CMRH provides services that help individuals with mental health issues or disorders support and build resilience, confidence, and well-being.
Our mental health programs and services set strategies to facilitate early interventions for mental health disorders and improve mental health outcomes. CMRH provides four categories of interventions to improve mental health literacy, including whole-of-community campaigns; community campaigns aimed at youth audience; school-based interventions promotion of help-seeking skills, mental health literacy, or resilience; and programs training individuals to better intervene in a mental health crisis.
The effectiveness of these interventions is enhanced by using specific health promotion models through programs and psychosocial support services.
The program and services target individuals age 6 and above. And those participants who are not eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
For general information or enquiries about our mental health programs and services, please get in touch with us through firstname.lastname@example.org | 03 8382 2125 |