Contact (please send queries to):
Mental Health Pathways (MHPP)
Overview:

The aim of this program is to provide housing information and advice to people who are aged 16 and over, who are exiting a mental health residential facility and who may experience homelessness or be at risk of homelessness. Housing information and referral is provided to all people in a residential facility to identify people who would benefit from the program and ensure everyone has a place to go. A referral into the program requires case management by the Latrobe Regional Mental Health Service.

Objective:

To reduce the risk of homelessness for people with a mental illness leaving clinical mental health services and reducing the likelihood of people representing for in patient mental health care by:

  • Improving the discharge and exit planning process through the development of
    collaborated/ integrated partnerships which enable earlier identification of
    clients housing and support needs.
  • Enhancing access to appropriate housing and housing support options.
  • Improving housing outcomes through assisting clients to establish and maintain their housing within the community.

 

MHPP provides services in inner and outer Gippsland

 

Related Programs
PRAP Plus
Aboriginal Tenancies at Risk (ATAR)
Private Rental Assistance Program- PRAP
Supporting Families at Risk of Homelessness (SFAR)
PRAP Plus
Aboriginal Tenancies at Risk (ATAR)
Private Rental Assistance Program- PRAP
Supporting Families at Risk of Homelessness (SFAR)