Open Minds collaborates and partners with a wide range of organisations to deliver support in the mental health, employment and disability spheres. We strongly value these relationships, just as we do our relationships with the beneficiaries of our services, their carers and their families.
For organisations wishing to work with Open Minds, or even to merge interests to be able to support more people in need, please contact: Open Minds General Manager, Business Development, John Gimpel on 0437 855645 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Minds works in partnership with Coact, a national network of locally embedded community service providers working together to create social and economic opportunities for Australia’s disadvantaged.
Open Minds acknowledges the Department of Social Services as CoAct funding partner for the employment service agreement.
The 2011/12 Federal Budget provided $549.8 million (over five years from 2011/12 to 2015/16) for the Partners in Recovery (PIR): Coordinated Support and Flexible Funding for People with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness with Complex Needs initiative.
Partners in Recovery (PiR) helps you connect the dots between all of the different supports and services in your life, and ensures you stay organised while working towards your personal recovery goals. PiR aims to better support you by simplifying the coordination between your clinical services, natural supports and community based recovery models. With PiR you can experience ‘wrap around care’ that is tailored to your specific needs. PiR is not a new service; rather the program will assist you to better coordinate your existing services and supports.
PiR is recovery orientated and person focused, assisting you on your journey towards recovery and reconnection with the community.
Partners in Recovery (PiR) helps people to connect the dots between a wide range of supports and services, ensuring clients and their natural supports stay organised while working towards personal recovery goals. PiR is not a new service, rather the program aims to better support people with severe and persistent mental illness, their carers and families to navigate existing services and supports and the mental health system.The ultimate objective of the PiR initiative is;
PiR is recovery orientated and person focused, assisting individuals to maximise their capabilities through social and environmental opportunities. To find out more about PiR at Open Minds, please click here