LiveBetter provides support and assistance to allow people with mental illness to access the necessary services to allow them to live a better life.
LiveBetter provides a range of services to people with a mental illness through a number of different programs. We endeavour to assist you in accessing the services that you require. The programs that fund these services include:
Support for Day to Day Living in the Community;
Partners in Recovery;
Housing and Support Program (HASP);
Brokerage or self funded;
Your Life Your Choice;
When you contact LiveBetter, we will assist you to find the most suitable arrangement for your particular circumstances, including referral to other agencies if necessary. You will find that our Intake Officers are keen to assist you and will help you through the process.
Day to Day Living Centre –This is a structured day program that incorporates social activities with programs aimed at increasing community participation. Programs assist participants to develop social networks, maintain or develop day to day living skills, participate in community activities, improve self esteem and self confidence and accomplish personal goals.
Facilitated access to a range of services and support networks through Partners in Recovery;
Assistance with activities of day to day living and community connectedness through various funded programs –Clients may be assisted with day to day living tasks, support to access the community and social support services.
To access services, please contact our Intake team on 1800 580 580, call in at one of our offices during office hours or click here to complete the enquiry form any time.
How to Access our Services
For more information or to access services, please contact our Intake Team on 1800 580 580 call in at one of our offices during office ours or click here to complete the online enquiry form and one of our friendly staff will be in contact within 2 working days.
LiveBetter is the lead agency for the consortium that runs the headspace facility in Rockhampton. headspace helps 12 – 25 year olds having a tough time through a national network of 55 headspace centres and an online and telephone counselling service headspace. headspace can help young people with general health, mental health, education or employment and alcohol and other drug services. headspace is designed to make it as easy as possible for a young person to get the help they need. headspace was established and funded by the Commonwealth Government of Australia in 2006.