Psychosocial Recovery Coaches
Recovery is an important part of the mental health journey for many people.To support psychosocial participants with recovery, the NDIA have now added ‘Recovery Coaches’ to the supports a person with psychosocial disability can get in their NDIS plan as of 1 July 2020.
What is a Recovery Coach?
A Recovery Coach provides support to people with psychosocial disability to live a full and contributing life. They can assist you to take more control of your life and better manage some challenges of day-to-day living. They provide coaching and capacity building, e.g. in strengths and resilience. They work with you, your family, carers and supports to create and implement a recovery plan. Plus, they assist with linking your NDIS and other supports.
Our psychosocial recovery coaches build an individual’s capacity across all areas of the person’s life.
Our Recovery Coaches will:
- work with you to understand your NDIS plan, and to develop, monitor and review recovery plan goals.
- provide coaching to you and work collaboratively with your family, carers, providers and other supports to connect you to a range of services.
- work with you to build strong, respectful relationships.
- assist you to take more control of your life and to better manage the complex challenges of day-to-day living.
Immediate support available
PFCA provides qualified Recovery Coaches in the North West of Melbourne and South Eastern Suburbs with immediate support available. All Coaches are fully qualified, with a minimum of Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work or Certificate IV in Mental Health.
Get in touch
Contact our friendly Central Support Team to find out more about how our Recovery Coaches can assist you. Call us on 03 93178452 or send us an enquiry below.