What do we do?

We work with people who are living with intellectual, cognitive and/or psychiatric disabilities across a variety of different programs.

Our ultimate goal is to assist people to live the lifestyle of their choice with as much independence as possible. Each of our programs focuses on:

  • working with people’s strengths,
  • supporting their endeavours to maintain their wellness and improve their quality of life,
  • promoting independence and development opportunities, and
  • enabling people to build lifestyle skills and social networks.

We work within a person-centred planning framework, which is a key element to our commitment to provide a flexible and individualised service.

All Graceville programs are underpinned by the belief that recovery is possible for everyone and we support people to develop their own personal understanding of recovery through the exploration of key recovery concepts including hope, connectedness, active sense of self, personal responsibility and discovery.

 

What services do we offer?

Mental health programs

Transitional Recovery Program (TRP) supports people living with a moderate to severe mental illness in semi-supported accommodation, or through outreach in their own homes. Support is offered on a short to medium term basis. We accept referrals from Queensland Health, Adult Mental Health case managers.

Growth, Recovery and Client Empowerment (GRACE) provides long-term support to people living with severe and persistent mental illness who receive funding through a Housing and Support Package. We accept referrals from Queensland Health, Adult Mental Health Services.

Partners in Recovery (PIR) supports people with severe and persistent mental illness and complex needs. This program uses a ‘wrap around’ model, which promotes coordinated responses between organisations to offer clients a seamless experience. Anyone can make a referral via the PIR intake line (1300 747 724). The consent of the person being referred must be obtained prior to making the referral.

Gap Initiative Program (GIP) operates Daliya House and is designed to assist people with severe and enduring mental illness who are experiencing accommodation issues. GIP provides short-stay community accommodation to enable people to link with the Partners in Recovery (PIR) program and explore sustainable housing options following discharge from hospital.

Disability programs

Strengthen Our Unique Lives (SOUL) provides support to people living with an intellectual, cognitive or psychiatric disability, either in Graceville’s accommodation or in their own homes. Support is offered on a medium to long term basis. We accept referrals from the Queensland Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.

Personal Development and Housing (PDH) provides accommodation and support for people who have an intellectual or cognitive disability and/or a psychiatric disability and have faced barriers in accessing rental accommodation or maintaining a tenancy. The program provides support within shared, purpose-designed accommodation. We accept referrals from the Queensland Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.

Your way

Graceville is an endorsed Host Provider for the Queensland Government’s disability support scheme Your Life Your Choice. Contact us to find out more about how to access disability support your way.

 

 

Accessing our services

We accept referrals from a range of people and services.

  • GIP, TRP and GRACE – We accept referrals from Queensland Health, Adult Mental Health Services.
  • PIR – Anyone can make a referral via the PIR intake line (1300 747 724). The consent of the person being referred must be obtained prior to making the referral.
  • SOUL and PDH – We accept referrals from Queensland Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.

Please contact us if you would like further information or assistance with getting a referral.

 

 

Contact us

Location
5 Sydney Street
Nambour Qld 4560
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Graceville is funded by the Queensland Government, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, Queensland Health and Australian Government, Department of Social Services (Primary Health Network).