Mental Health Support
wSw has the capacity to work with and support most issues associated the mental health sector.
The challenges faced by the general community with regard to an ever-increasing number of people experiencing a range of mental health complexities has increased exponentially over recent decades. It is therefore imperative that experienced and well trained staff are available on call when it matters. wSw is focused on meeting the challenge.
wSw offers 24/7 appropriate supportive accommodation options for people that may not require hospitalisation, rather it is imperative that they experience a good stable environment. This may be for an immediate period, interim or a more permanent period. Wherever and whenever possible, the preference is to manage acute episodes away from a hospital emergency department.
A revolutionary wSw plan currently under way is the establishment of dedicated mental health wings in a range of high end Residential Care facilities. The number of wings for implementation is dependent on need, however given the exponential increase in patients suffering a range of mental health conditions, it is believed that over time specialist wings will be situated in a number of suburbs and cities around the country.
+ Prompt assessment and placement in the most suitable environment
+ Qualified Mental Health staff
+ Diffuse challenging situations
+ Working and supporting existing agencies to secure better outcomes for patients
+ Industry first offering 24/7 availability
+ Seek appropriate outcomes and solutions
+ Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
+ Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
+ Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD, ADHD)
+ Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depressive Illness)
+ Borderline Personality Disorder
+ Dual diagnosis (Addiction and Mental Illness)
+ Serious Eating Disorders (Anorexia, Bulimia)
+ Substance Abuse
Our 4 Step Action Plan
1. Phone experienced wSw team member
2. Team member notes appropriate information
3. Requirements agreed, team member arranges appropriate plan of action
4. Patient transfer is arranged without the need for input by family and friends