Our Collaborative Relational Practice (CRP) has been designed to guide our approach across all of our services and programs. It reflects the best of what people value about us, and helps us to sustain our culture and values.
Working in partnership
Working with other organisations allows us to offer something new to benefit consumers and the community. By collaborating, we can offer holistic services with a ‘no wrong door’ approach to access and support.
The strength of Neami’s commitment to productive partnerships is highlighted by the inclusion of ‘Building Collective Knowledge and Partnerships’, as one of our organisational Strategic Directions focusing on:
- purposeful partnerships outside our sector
- stronger and more purposeful partnerships inside our sector
- expanded and improved funder partnerships.
Sharing knowledge and expertise with community and clinical services helps everyone to understand how to best support good mental health and build awareness of our services.
At Neami, we are proud to be known for our strong collaborative relationships with the organisations, communities and people that support better health and wellbeing outcomes.
Our current partnerships span sectors and states and include successful working partnerships with hospitals, clinical mental health services, non-government services, universities and private sector organisations.
Founded in 1986, we have grown to a 1500+ strong team supporting 38,000 people living with mental health challenges across Australia.
We walk alongside people to help improve their quality of life, on their terms.