ISPIR is supporting all current participants to access the NDIS.
As we are a ‘capped’ program, our numbers are limited and we unfortunately have reduced capacity to respond to new requests for service.
If you want to find out more about Grand Pacific Health’s Mental Health Programs, including Illawarra Shoalhaven Partners in Recovery (ISPIR), call our Access Team. 1800 228 987
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new way of supporting people with a permanent and significant disability, which can include mental illness.
Suitable people are now able to apply for the scheme in the Illawarra and Shoalhaven areas.
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ISPIR is Illawarra Shoalhaven Partners in Recovery and we want a partnership with you.
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If you are an individual, carer, health provider or service organisation within the Illawarra Shoalhaven region then Illawarra Shoalhaven Partners in Recovery wants to hear from you.
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The annual Perinatal Depression and Anxiety Awareness Week is a chance to get out into the community to increase awareness of perinatal mental health issues, encourage help-seeking, and build connections. At Grand Pacific Health (GPH) in Wollongong, we have been successful in receiving several grants from Way Ahead, and we’ve...
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