People aged between 18-64 years.
We provide help for adults experiencing an acute mental health crisis.
We support adults with severe, persistent, and complex mental illness or disorders.
These mental illnesses and disorders can present alongside cognitive, behavioural, and emotional dysfunction associated with medical or neurological conditions, affecting the central nervous system or brain.
We also help adults with a diagnosed mental illness and are under a legal order, such as a community treatment order (CTO), forensic order, or Section 32 of the Mental Health Act.
People aged 65 and over or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 50 and over.
We support elderly people who have developed, or are at risk of developing, a mental health condition.
We help people with severe and persistent behavioural and psychological symptoms of Dementia (BPSD) and delirium, and those who are having difficulty adjusting to physical illness or injury.