Resources for mental health

Whether it be resources for carers of those with mental health concerns, help with the NDIS, or otherwise, we're always looking for more ways to support you. 

For carers

Are you acting as a carer to a friend, family member or loved one?

Carers are people who provide unpaid care and support to family members and friends who have a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness, an alcohol or drug issue, or who are frail and/or aged.

At Wesley Mission Queensland we value the role of carers and like to include you in the care of your loved one.

Supporting others can be mentally and physically draining. Carers have their own needs, including receiving information to support them in their caring role, and information about maintaining their own health and wellbeing while acting as a carer.

Click on one of these external links to find useful information and resources (all links will open in a new window).

Help with NDIS

Wesley Mission Queensland is a registered NDIS provider, offering services under the NDIS in both Core and Capacity Building Supports. For more about the NDIS, the different types of supports and how to access the NDIS, visit the NDIS website pages linked here (all links will open in a new window).

Video series for diverse needs

Watch our two Q&A video series focusing on COVID-19 and mental health. They are specifically designed for people living with a disability and members of the Deaf community.

Wesley Mission Queensland provides a range of disability services, as well as sign language and interpreting services for individuals and businesses.  

This project was funded by the Queensland Government.

Inclusive, recovery oriented mental health services

Our services recognise the importance of family, friends and community in helping people live rich, meaningful lives. Call us on 1800 448 448 or contact us online.

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