The Psychosocial Recovery Service (PRS) assists individuals with mental health issues to achieve their recovery goals.

What is psychosocial support? 

We’ll provide one-on-one support to talk about what recovery means for you and can work with you to:  

  • build skills to manage your mental health
  • develop social skills and friendships 
  • build relationships with family 
  • build capacity in managing day-to-day activities 
  • manage money 
  • find and look after a home 
  • increase educational, vocational and training skills 
  • address drug and alcohol use issues

How does PRS help? 

Together, we’ll build a plan for your future and set goals for you to get involved in the community and engage with others. 

Who can use this service?

People with severe mental health issues who are not receiving support from the NDIS may be eligible for Psychosocial Recovery Services. The program is available to people 16 years or older who live in:  

Goulburn Valley

  • City of Greater Shepparton 
  • Shire of Mitchell
  • Shire of Moira
  • Shire of Murrundindi
  • Shire of Strathbogie 

North East Victoria 

  • Alpine Shire 
  • Benalla Rural City 
  • City of Albury 
  • City of Wodonga 
  • Indigo Shire 
  • Rural City of Wangaratta 
  • Shire of Mansfield 
  • Shire of Towong 

North West Victoria 

  • Rural City of Mildura 
  • Rural City of Swan Hill 
  • Shire of Buloke

How do I access this service? 

Anyone can make a referral to the program including: 

  • People referring themselves 
  • Carers 
  • Friends and/or families 
  • GPs and other service providers in the region 

For more information contact the Wellways Intake Worker on: 

Phone: 03 5822 8600  

Email: prsmurray@wellways.org