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Adult Community Mental Health Service | South Eastern Sydney Local Health District adult community mental health service


Adult Mental Health Services brochure. The Adult Community Mental Health Service operates a number of community teams around the State. We offer a free, confidential service to people aged between 18 and 65 years who have a severe and complex mental health problem.

Community-Based Adult Services (CBAS) CBAS — Formerly, Adult Day Health Care (ADHC). Community-Based Adult Services (CBAS) became effective on April 1, 2012, under the California Bridge to Health Care Reform waiver (search for Community-Based Adult Services related sections).. CBAS offers services to eligible older adults and/or adults with disabilities to restore or maintain their optimal.

Adult Community, Mental Health Service. What we do? Community Mental Health Services are distinct from inpatient mental health services and play a vital role in supporting people between 18 to 65 years old with a severe mental illness and psychiatric disability throughout the recovery process.

Within the Bendigo Adult Community Mental Health Service Team the following programs are run: Forensic Specialist Clinician, post Discharge Peer Support Work Program, Clopine Clinic Mental Health and Response Service (MHARS). Co-located within the same setting as BACMHT is the Primary Mental Health Team (PMHT).

Adult Community Mental Health Services work with service users within a model of care that aids recovery and enables them to return to their full potential in day to day life. The service use a recovery based approach for 18-65 year olds.