The Benefits of Mental Health Accommodation
Our mental health housing can help those living with a mental health illness in countless ways, and the benefits are different for each person depending on what their specific needs are. Whether you are going through a particularly difficult time and need extra support for a while, or you need full-time care and services, professional accommodation can be life-changing.
Mental health accommodation provides a place where someone who needs regular care can receive the necessary support. Someone with severe mental health issues could stay in the housing during a transitional period – before heading back home, or continuing to another accommodation – to ensure they are safe and cared for during this time. Other people with high needs can also use it for long-term residential housing. Our services are used to combat homelessness as well, because our accommodation supports anyone struggling with mental health, or addiction to alcohol or other drugs, and makes sure that they have a safe place to lay their head.
Our Mental Health Housing
The mental health accommodation at St Jude’s includes 14 single rooms and 16 twin-share rooms. Our team has thoughtfully ensured that the place is an enjoyable space to be in, by including landscaped grounds with leafy patios and large common areas. We also offer a range of in-house services, complemented by external services – such as a diverse activity and lifestyle program. With these services, we encourage clients to participate in recovery and growth while also improving both their mental and physical wellbeing.
Our basic accommodation services include:
- Bed making
- Laundry services
- Cleaning and domestic supports
- Meal services
- Special diets (cultural and prescribed diet options available)
- Tea and coffee making facilities
Comfortable Mental Health Accommodation From a Trusted Provider
St Jude’s offers comfortable and accessible mental health accommodation in Perth, in order to cater for anyone living with a mental health illness who is in need of extra support. To access our accommodation, you do not need NDIS funding, and you can use both the long or the short term accommodation options. We can offer these services to anyone at risk of becoming homeless or suffering from mental health issues, who is over 18 years old. Get in touch with our friendly team to find out more.