Since 1912, Open Minds has been committed to programs and initiatives that enhance people's mental health and wellbeing.
Open Minds are proud of the partnerships we have forged to create programs and Initiatives that meet the needs of our service users. We measure our formal partnerships on dedication, communications, team work and the positive outcomes of our clients. See our full list of partners here.
A recovery focused program for those with severe mental illness or who experience a greatly reduced capacity to function. Provides group and one-on-one community based support to help people achieve goals.
The Transition and Post Care Support Initiative program (TPCSI), enables young people (15- 21) who are under the guardianship of the Department of Child Safety or have exited the statutory care in the past, to learn new skills and become independent.
Community Re-Entry Service Team (CREST) works within the Correctional Centre, Probation and Parole office in Townsville. We support people so that they can be successful on parole.
headspace supports young people who are going through a tough time. If you are aged 12-25 and you need someone to talk to, headspace will provide you with access to health advice, education and employment.
Community Living Support (CLS) - NSW
CLS enables individuals to build the skills needed to better navigate around the community by increasing independence and connectedness to learn the skills and strategies to manage their well being.
Housing and Support Initiative (HASI) - NSW
Direct support to people with severe and chronic mental health conditions who have housing needs. HASI is a recovery oriented program which aids a persons independence and resilience.
Accommodation for individuals and families in Redcliffe who are transitioning into sustainable housing. bric provide tenancy and property management, whilst Open Minds offer support for the individuals.
Australian Mental Health College
Provides people with the education and development that they need to support people living with mental health issue.