Outreach Program




The Outreach Program provides support to enable individuals to recover, develop coping strategies and stay well.  The program seeks to minimise the disruption that can occur in a persons day-to-day living by reducing the length and frequency of hospital visits and providing community care as an alternative.

The Outreach Service provides skills and support for people seriously affected by anxiety and depression.

The program:

  • Provides support and education in the most functional and least restrictive environmen
  • Assists with reintegration back into the community
  • Supports patients to resume life functioning and reduce the risk of relapse

The aim is to provide support and education, which assists service users to:

  • Learn about and manage their illness
  • Recognise the precipitants to relapse
  • Adopt effective coping strategies
  • Improve their functioning
  • Provide carer information and education

The Program supports specialist programs in:

  • Treatment of Anxiety Disorders and Depression using Cognitive Behaviour techniques
  • Mindfulness and Meditation
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Mother and Baby
  • Eating Disorders
  • Young People
  • Older Age
  • Addictions


The following will exclude a patient from Outreach support:

  • Service users who are not clinically safe to be treated in the community
  • Service users live in circumstances where patient and/or clinician safety may be jeopardised
  • Service users who do not consent to community based treatment
  • Service users who are unable to participate actively in their care
  • Service users who are consistently unable to keep appointments
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