Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMS)anglicarenq-admin2018-04-19T11:59:29+10:00
North West Personal Helpers and Mentors Program (PHaMs) – Mount Isa
North West PHaMs provides high quality mentoring support and practical assistance to people between the ages of 16 and 64 years, in the north-west Queensland catchment area, who experience or are at risk of experiencing social and emotional distress.
North West PHaMs supports people to self-determine how they:
Maintain their social and emotional well-being to live strong, healthy lives
Continue to grow, develop and thrive as individuals
Gain mastery over the ups and downs of everyday life
Strengthen their connection to their family and extended networks and to their local community
North West PhaMs supports increased opportunities for recovery for people who have severe functional limitation as a result of a severe mental illness, as evidenced by their:
Increased access to appropriate services at the right time
Increased personal capacity and self-reliance
Increased community participation
North West PHaMs provides high quality 1on1 mentoring and guidance to help people and their extended networks in the Mt Isa, Cloncurry and Urandangi catchment areas to: become self-sufficient in negotiating the practicalities of everyday life; maintain their social and emotional well-being; grow and develop as individuals and in their awareness of their valued roles and responsibilities within community.
North West PHaMs provides high quality information sharing and education opportunities to assist people and their extended networks in north west region to learn the skills to manage their social and emotional well-being and to live healthy lives, and to take control and overcome crisis and setbacks, plus strengthen their connections to community.
North West PHaMs provides high quality early intervention initiatives, which strengthen the capacity of individuals and their extended networks and community to make healthy lifestyle choices and to prevent social and emotional distress; by linking people to community mentors and leaders in the Mt Isa, Cloncurry and Urandangi catchment areas, who will play an ongoing role in assisting people to develop a sense of leadership and mastery in their own lives.
We facilitates a range of group information sharing initiatives to assist people who experience, or at risk of experiencing mental distress, their families and extended networks and communities with the specific intention of supporting them to: recognise their signs of distress; manage their social and emotional well-being to live healthy lives; take control and overcome crisis and setbacks; and strengthen their connections to community and culture.