Rainbow can help people to rebuild vocational skills, which they may have lost in acute care, and regain their life in the community. We can help people remain well and safe by providing support at stressful and key times.
Our support services include specific services for women, young people, respite services for individuals with mental health needs and their carers, services for young people, as well as an outreach team to engage and support individuals with a dual diagnosis. We also provide move on and rehabilitation services for people with a range of needs, including support for individuals with severe and enduring mental health needs, as well as older adults with functional and organic mental health problems.
Rainbow is committed to working in line with the National Service Framework (NSF) for Mental Health. Rainbow actively ensures its clients live meaningful lives, acquire independent living skills and have good self esteem in the delivery of its services. Our support focuses on recovery and our services work towards rehabilitation for service users, developing skills so that people can take greater control of their lives. We seek to support the person to make progress towards recovery through recognising and building on their strengths, coping abilities, social networks and various support systems around the client.