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The Psychological Side of Community Care is Also Our Focus

Proveda continues to offer a broad range of mental health services to support and enhance the overall wellbeing of individuals, family members, carers and the community.

Our Mental Health team consists of The Way Back Support Service (NSW), Psychosocial Recovery Coaching, Hoarding and Squalor, and the Dementia Alliance Specialist Service. We also support the community through social programs to reduce isolation and promote connection.

We are well placed to help find you what you need through practical assistance, access to local support networks and by helping to build long-term emotional wellbeing.

The Way Back Support Service (NSW)

The Way Back Support Service NSW (The Way Back) is designed to support people who have recently experienced a suicidal crisis or attempted suicide. The Way Back provides non-clinical, practical support in the community for up to three months. Participation is voluntary and support is guided by your needs.

NDIS Psychosocial Recovery Coaching

Psychosocial Recovery Coaching is a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) support program for participants with a psychosocial disability who require support managing complex challenges in their daily lives.

Hoarding and Squalor

CCNB’s Hoarding Disorder Hub is a highly specialised resource focused on supporting people, their families and the local service system. The model offers short term case management support, community education, access to peer to peer support, and evidence based therapeutic interventions.

Dementia Alliance Specialist Service

The Dementia Advisory Service aims to support people living with dementia and their carers by providing information, advice, and guidance to appropriate services that suit their needs.


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If you or someone you know is in immediate danger,
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24/7 Crisis Support Contact Numbers

Lifeline 13 11 14
Suicide Call Back Line: 1300 659 467
Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636

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What does Suicide Prevention Accreditation Mean?

By The Way Back Support Service (NSW) gaining suicide prevention accreditation, it has had to meet six stringent Suicide Prevention Standards.  Importantly, the suicide prevention standards provide a level of confidence for the community, that programs accredited through the program (owned by Suicide Prevention Australia) are of high quality and provide a consistent standard of care to the people they’re designed to help.

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