- Community rehabilitation centres can help find you somewhere to live. You can contact a centre directly or ask your healthcare team to do it for you.
- The Doorway program helps people who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, to find safe and stable housing, and to find a job.
- There are services that will give you support at home while you recover from and learn to manage your mental illness. Talk to your local doctor or your local council and ask them to put you in touch with the services that will best support you.
- Home and Community Care (HACC) services can support older people to continue to live independently in their own home.
Housing and accommodation support for people with mental illness
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