SalvoConnect Mental Health Service

Providing mental health services to National Disability Insurance Scheme participants

The Salvation Army - Mental Health Service

Provides psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery services to people with a serious mental illness and supports them tohave an improved quality of life, learn or relearn the skills of daily living and to participate in the community. TSA-MH services are flexible and innovative in design specifically to meet people’s individual needs. 

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The Salvation Army Mental Health Services supports people who have an agreed care plan with the NDIA 

The service seeks to improve the lives of people experiencing mental illness through a recovery-promoting relationship. 

TSA-MHS aims to create a culture of respect which emphasizes people’s strengths and abilities, encourages personal choice and supports independent decision making during the recovery journey. 

The focus is on personal recovery, an idea that has emerged from the expertise of people with lived experience of mental illness. 

Our services encourage connection with others by asking persons about meaning and purpose in life, nurturing a positive view of the self and supporting access to experiences and opportunities for self-discovery. 

Location of service delivery 

Outreach Support is delivered in the participant’s environment of choice 

Programs – psycho-education, group & individual, social and recreational activities are delivered in a combination of centre based and community based settings 

All office locations are fully accessible including having full wheelchair access


Mental Health