Urgent and emergency services
Severe and persistent or episodic presentations, often with complex multi-agency needs; other severe conditions that include high level of risk, disability or complexity.
Intensive team-based specialist assessment and intervention (state mental health services) with involvement from a range of different mental health professionals including case managers, psychiatrists, allied health workers, and GPs.
Moderate mental illness
Structured, reasonably frequent and intensive interventions.
Community supports such as peer support or social participation and/or lifestyle interventions.
Mild mental illness
Services designed to be accessed quickly, minimal need for formal referral, provided through a range of modalities and involve few short sessions.
Routine social supports (family and friends) and supports targeting situational stressors eg financial issues.
Community resilience, connection and support
Services designed at a local level to support community members such as: Neighborhood houses, Rotary Groups, CWA, Youth Groups, Church Groups, etc.
Mild psychological distress
Services designed to prevent the onset of illness, or prevent further escalation, and focused on supporting symptom self management.
Routine social support (family and friends) and supports targeting situational stressors eg financial issues.
Self help management and access to online information and support.
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NavSpace was commissioned to enable completion of an Interactive Service Directory
Website to support service response and community members in the recovery of communities impacted by the North East VIC Bushfires and COVID-19..
In response to the 2019-20 Victorian Bushfires numerous services were funded to support community recovery and postvention support. Keeping track of all stakeholders and their service offerings involved in recovery efforts proved difficult. Directories quickly became out of date and something more long term was required.
The recovery and emotional wellbeing committees in the North East Regions outlined the need for a more strategic and longer term solution that can remain current and versatile in the ever-changing environment.