Optimum personal recovery and wellbeing.
To provide opportunity for people living with mental illness and/or complex needs to enjoy a meaningful life by strengthening self-identity, personal responsibility and hope.
Recovery-orientated practice is a partnership where the person with the lived experience is the expert in their recovery and our staff bring their understanding and expertise to support this journey.
Our Guiding Principles
Respect and Dignity, Acceptance of Diversity, Reflective Practice, Strengths' Based, Person-Centred, Flexibility and Innovation, Collaborative Partnerships, Community Connection and Participation.
Our Service Model
Mentis Assist's Service Model incorporates the (Department of Health) ‘Victorian Framework for Recovery-Orientated Practice’ (2011) and the National Mental Health Standards (2010).
We ensure a highly skilled, supported and informed workforce, providing opportunities for reflective practice, flexibility and innovation, developing and maintaining collaborative partnerships, evaluation, planning and continuous improvement.