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ACCESS Programs is a leading provider of Employee Assistance Programs and consulting services to organisations. Services are provided on a fee-for-service basis and include confidential counselling, conflict resolution, training, management coaching and formal referral. In addition, ACCESS Programs provides trauma response services to employees affected by unforeseen events.
Accommodation Support Program
Accommodation Support Program is based in the Gawler and Wakefield regions, this program provides in home support to people with complex needs including a psychiatric disability. This includes assistance with independent living, maintaining self and health care, establish and maintain accommodation, establish and maintain links with community resources and linking into recreational and social activities.
ASCEND Suicide Intervention Program
ASCEND Suicide Intervention Program provides a service to young people up to the age of 25 who are exhibiting depressive, suicidal or self-harming behaviors. Clinical consultation and assessment can be one-to-one with the young person at risk, or in a secondary capacity with the worker who is supporting the young person at risk. The program provides support for ongoing treatment through referral of individuals and families to appropriate services. A key component of the program is the provision of training for government and non-government agencies to ensure that professionals learn how to correctly recognise, interpret and respond to suicidal and depressive behaviors.
Drug and Alcohol Services (CDAS)
Centacare Drug and Alcohol Services (CDAS) assists families confronted by alcohol and other drug problems. The program provides outreach services across the metropolitan area, to individuals and family members where there is a young person who is a substance user either in the immediate family or related to those residing in the same dwelling. The program also offers a supported home detoxification service and drug and alcohol counselling to young people and young adults 10-30 years of age with a substance use problem.
Cheltenham Place provides short-term residential care for people living with HIV/AIDS. Clients are admitted with medical, psychological or social issues. The facility operates in close association with the Royal District Nursing Service. Reasons for admission vary from guest to guest, but commonly include facilitation of early discharge from hospital, alternative to hospital admission, respite for clients and their carers, monitoring and assessment.
Mental Health Rehabilitation Services
Mental Health Rehabilitation Services provides support to people living with a mental illness and operates within a recovery, client-centered approach. Clients receive individualised one-to-one support from a support worker and are encouraged to identify particular needs/strengths to in turn develop their own goals to facilitate engagement in an enhanced quality of life and full citizenship.
Navigate is an early intervention service that provides support for families where there is a young person aged 16-24 years with an emerging mental health issue. The aim is to assist the family to successfully navigate available mental health services and to build on confidence and resilience in managing mental health issues within the family.
Panic Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive & Eating Disorders
PACE Service supports individuals living with panic anxiety, obsessive compulsive & eating disorders and their families.
Personal Helpers & Mentors
Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) program supports people whose lives are significantly affected by a severe mental illness. The program focuses on the person’s recovery, providing them with opportunities, support and services that help them reconnect with their community. The PHaMs service is offered in the northern suburbs and throughout the Murray Mallee.
Reconnect Mental Health
Reconnect Mental Health Service is an outreach, early intervention service; supporting young people (12-18 years) and their families, where there is a risk of homelessness and emerging mental health concerns for the young person.