Partners in Recovery (PIR)
for Community Members

Helping people with a mental illness find a support team that’s right for them.

If you have, or someone you know has, a severe and persistent mental illness, a Partners in Recovery (PIR) Support Facilitator can help you identify the services and supports, and will help maintain positive relationships with the relevant services that you may need to assist you on your recovery journey and improve your quality of life.

Your Support Facilitator will work with you to provide coordination of the identified services and supports, and will help maintain positive relationships with the relevant services.

Need more information? Download our Partners in Recovery brochure.

Referrals

Anyone can refer to South West WA PIR including self referral, carers, family members or health professionals.

Simply call the Support Facilitator in your region during business hours, through the relevant agency listed below.

Download the PIR Referral Form. View the Information Sheet.

Region Agency Phone
Greater Bunbury Chorus 9792 6759
Greater Bunbury Forrest Personnel Inc 9792 3333
South West Coastal Lamp Inc 9754 1834
Warren Blackwood Lamp Inc 9761 2088
Greater Albany Chorus 9892 6666
Wheatbelt Avivo 9621 7900
Narrogin Forrest Personnel Inc 9881 6706

Carers And Family Members

Partners in Recovery recognises the important role carers and family members play in the care and recovery of a person with a severe mental illness. Carers and family members will be encouraged to participate in the development of action plans to best meet the needs of consumers.

The Support Facilitator can also assist carers and family members to access supports including carer services, support groups and respite services.

South West WA PIR (SWWA PIR)

SWWA PIR covers the Wheatbelt, South West Coastal and Great Southern regions

Downloads

South West WA Partners in Recovery Brochure

Department of Health Partners In Recovery webpage