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  • Living Skills

    living-skills-001 Lamp Inc has for the past ten years been successfully providing high quality, not for profit, community based consumer and carers support services to people with a diagnosed mental illness living in the Vasse-Leeuwin area.

    The programs run seven days a week in Busselton and for four days in Margaret River. The Day 2 Day program works in conjunction with the Lamp Indirect carer respite support programs.

    The programs are very much designed around members' needs. These will include but are not restricted to : Cooking Groups, Anger Management, Relaxation Strategies, Communication Training, Healthy Living Skills, Money Matters, Arts & Crafts, Social Activities / Day Trips, Horticulture, Music, Yoga and Mindfulness Groups.


  • Community Education

    community-education-001 Lamp Incorporated Community Development and Psycho-Education Program offers hands on practical training and skills development opportunities for: Community based non-clinical service providers, Community and emergency service personnel, Families and carers of people with mental illness, Schools and Tafe, General community groups.

    Mental Health and your Community - recommended for : Service providers, community/emergency services personnel such as police, ambulance, SES, FESA and non-clinical health workers.

    Assertivness and Dealing with Challenging Behaviours - recommended for : Carers, family members and service providers. Stress Management & Self Care - recommended for : Carers, service providers, community members, students and non-clinical health workers.


  • Carer Support

    carer-support-respite-001 The Carer Support Service offers education, support and skills development opportunities to those caring for a person with a psychiatric illness, their families, friends, work colleagues and other service providers. Services include : Library Service, Referrals, Advocacy, Newsletters, Home Visits, Retreats. Carers Support Counselling available: Stress and Anxiety Management, Crisis Counselling, Adjustment Counselling, Grief, Family Relations.

    This consumer program works in conjunction with the D2D centre based support programs in Busselton and Margaret River and independently in Bridgetown.Self-Help Carer Groups are most valuable in reducing carer isolation and provide informal Care Support Networks. The Carer Support Service offers practical information and group facilitator training for both established and new carer support groups throughout the South-West region.


  • Well Ways

    well-ways-001Well Ways is a suite of cutting edge education programs tailored for people with mental illness as well as for families or carers. The programs have been developed through extensive research, pilots and evaluation by the Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria and are available through member organisations of the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia. To find out about the different programs available in your state and territory click on the map of Australia.

    The Mental Illness Fellowship Australia family education program Well Ways is designed to give information and support to carers and families of people with mental illness. Our unique family-to-family model harnesses the knowledge and first-hand experience of educators who have cared for loved ones with mental illness.


  • Housing Support

    housing-001 Housing Support is a program designed to assist people with severe and persistent mental illness to maintain existing accommodation or seek out appropriate accommodation pre-discharge from a specialist Mental Health inpatient unit.

    It also provides support upon discharge to re-establish independent living.

    The overarching aim of the program is to provide a continuum of care to clients for a minimum period of six months, until the client is able to live independently in the community with appropriate mainstream services engaged as required.


  • Youth Services

    youth-001A program designed for young people between the ages of 16-20 who may suffer from: Depression, Social isolation, Anxiety, Family Conflict.

    Our mission is to enhance wellbeing, create positive networks and maintain links with in the community. The youth program strives to embrace early intervention and convey information to the community about mental health relating to youth. Our vision is to provide young people in the community with a safe and friendly environment to interact with others and develop life skills.

    To promote personal independence, social well being and community inclusion. Lamp supports members within their own homes, in the general community and at Lamp centres.


  • One On One Support

    one-on-one-001Lamp Inc aims to promote personal independence, social wellbeing and community inclusion for all consumers. The independent living program provides services to consumers in their own homes, within the general community and at our local support centres.

    The Independent Living Program workers provide support to consumers with tasks such as assistance with appointments, shopping, advocacy, living skills, budgeting and liaisons with mental health services. The aim of the support program is to enable consumers to live more independently and with confidence within the community.



Lamp Inc South West
Busselton - Bridgetown - Margaret River

Welcome to the Lamp Inc Website. Here you will find information about Lamp Inc, our services, facilities, people and locations. Please contact us for further information or referral information.

Lamp Inc was established in August 1996. It's members consist of people living in the community with severe and persistent Mental Health Disorders, their families and carers.

Members meet regularly at a variety of social and recreational activities. In the general community and at any of the Lamp living skills/drop in support centres at Busselton, Margaret River and Bridgetown.

Lamp's aim is to promote personal independence, social well being and community inclusion for consumers. Lamp provides services to consumers within their own homes and in the general community.

Lamp Community Support Workers help to improve a range of skills for people with a mental illness, such as personal care, cooking, budgeting and other home management tasks. The aim of the support program is to enable consumers to live more independently and with confidence within the community.

Help and support also extends from the home into the community. The staff help with travelling, shopping and participation in leisure, recreational and other social activities that exist in the Busselton and surrounding communities.

The Community Support Workers liaise closely with other agencies involved in areas with other agencies involved in areas such as finance, accommodation, employment and education. Members are also encouraged to participate in courses such as stress management, self esteem and assertiveness training.

Community support workers assist clients who wish to become part of the Lamp structured living skills centre program and for carer and family referrals to the Lamp carers and family support program.


Lamp Busselton

226 Bussell Highway
Busselton WA 6280

Phone: 9754 1834 Fax: 9754 1836
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Lamp Bridgetown

106 Roe St
Bridgetown, 6255
Phone/Fax: (08) 97612088
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Lamp Margaret River

Tunbridge St
Margaret River
Phone:9758 8400
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