Supporting people with mental illness as well as their families, friends and carers to ensure an inclusive quality lifestyle and recovery process.

From activities in the communities of the Greater South West Region, to home-visits, to on-site sessions in Busselton and Margaret River, we are here to help you where you are at.


Day To Day Living Skills

Lamp Inc has for over 20 years been successfully providing high quality, not for profit, community based consumer and carers support services to people with mental illnesses living in the Greater South West regions of WA.

Community Education & Training Program

Lamp Incorporated Community Development and Psycho-Social Education Program offers hands on practical training and skills development opportunities for service providers, community groups, students and all other interested parties wishing to gain valuable skills and experience, including NDIS training for communities.

Carer Support and Carer Respite Services

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.

Housing Support

Providing dedicated support for people with severe mental illness who are ready for discharge from Specialist Mental Health Facilities. We use a case management approach, linking with community and clinical mental health services ensuring appropriate housing options are explored. Referrals are from the Specialist Mental Health Inpatient Units & private practitioners.

Youth Services

Our vision is to provide young people in the community with a safe and friendly environment to interact with others and develop life skills. The youth program strives to embrace early intervention and convey information to the community about mental health relating to youth.

Lamp Youth Services provide in-school and community based support services.

One On One Support

Lamp 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.

Partners In Recovery

If you have, or someone you know has, a severe and persistent mental illness, a Partners in Recovery (PIR) Support Facilitator can help you identify the services and supports, aimed to assist with complex mental health, and will help maintain positive relationships with the relevant services that you may need to assist you on your recovery journey and improve your quality of life.


The NDIS is our government’s way of ensuring our community members living with a disability receive the right level of funding. Let us help you with your application.

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