I am a carer or I know someone who may benefit from your service.

Albany Halfway House Association values the input and guidance from family, carers, friends and loved ones. AHHA encourages and supports involvement from family and friends and are always happy to have a cuppa and chat.

AHHA holds regular carer groups for friends and carers of people using our service. We will let you know when these meetings are happening.

If you know someone who may benefit our service, please feel free to ring us.

Outreach support (support in home): 9841 3113

CSRU (supported accommodation): 9847 4939

Albany Halfway House Association employs clinical staff including a social worker, registered mental health nurse, registered nurse and an enrolled nurse. All Recovery Coaches have a minimum of Certificate IV in Mental Health, most have a Diploma in Community Services. Staff attend regular training sessions provided by accredited training providers along with continual professional development.

Clinical staff are on-call 24/7 to provide guidance and support to staff and residents. Clinical staff are also available to come in to visit residents and make assessments should they feel unwell or need extra support.

Albany Halfway House Association works closely with Albany Community Mental Health, Palmerston, Headspace, Richmond Wellbeing, Depression Support Network and other organisations to provide person-centred, holistic support and recovery.

Statement of Carer Rights and Responsibilities

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