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NDIS mental health services

Recovery and independence can mean something different to everyone. For you, this might look like being able to manage daily activities, live independently, or becoming a vital part of your community. For others it might mean building self-confidence or coping with the transition of returning to work or school.

At Anglicare, you’ll find NDIS mental health services that meet your individual needs right now, as well as supporting you to develop skills and achieve goals that will improve your quality of life in future.

Our NDIS mental health services

Support coordination

Would you like:

  • someone who understands you and your situation?
  • someone who can work with all of your service providers on your behalf?
  • help resolving difficulties you may have with services?
  • to learn how to talk with service providers so they know what you need?
  • support to find and connect with the right mental health services?
  • help connecting with your friends, family and community?

An NDIS support coordinator can help you navigate available services and build your NDIS plan to ensure you receive the right support for you!

Specialist support coordination

If you have more complex or specific needs, a Social Worker can help you identify and assess your needs and choose services to build your NDIS plan accordingly.

Support in the community

Do you often:

  • spend a lot of time on your own?
  • get bored?
  • feel lonely or alone?
  • want to do more with other people?
  • need extra help to take part in recreational activities?
  • wish you had someone to chat with over a cup of tea?

Get the support you need to be an active part of your community and enjoy the social activities of your choosing!

Support around home

Do you:

  • feel overwhelmed by the things you have to do every day?
  • want to learn to manage your home, pay your bills and prepare healthy, affordable meals?
  • feel daunted at the prospect of making a phone call?
  • find it challenging to maintain your relationships or make new friends
  • want to learn conversation and relationship skills to help you live everyday life?

Get support to develop important life skills that will help you improve your future wellbeing and independence.

Individual therapy

A therapist can support you to achieve your individual goals – from public transport training to building a daily routine. ! Your therapist will work with you to assess your needs, spot your challenges and overcome your barriers with tried and tested skills and techniques that you can use again and again.


  • improving your communication?
  • strengthening your family relationships?
  • improving your emotional and mental health?
  • becoming more self-aware?

Counselling can support you to cope with your most significant mental health challenges, such as stress and anxiety.

You’ll love our approach to NDIS support

Anglicare is committed to justice. And that means we will advocate for you. We believe that you deserve what is fair, equitable and inclusive.

We also understand that you are unique. So, in order to achieve your individual goals, you’ll need services and supports that still work within the context of your life stage and current needs.

When you choose Anglicare as your NDIS mental health provider, you’re choosing people who will recognise and help you achieve your unique potential!

Onboarding process

NDIS mental health services FAQs

Your feedback matters

We value your feedback. Your compliments and even your complaints help us to know what we’re doing right and understand what we could be doing better.

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Inspired by the gospel of reconciliation in Jesus Christ, Anglicare's vision for reconciliation is a nation in which Australia's First Peoples are restored in dignity, respect, empowerment and opportunity.