JOC is dedicated to providing the highest quality mental health service to Perth and West Australian individuals that are experiencing mental illness. Our service centres are located across Perth and our local team help our clients on their recovery journey, by assisting them to discover and develop a meaningful life.
JOC’s Wellness and Recovery service is person-centred and provides flexible mobile and community-based support services for clients who are living independently, but not necessarily alone, in their community.
A major objective of JOC’s Wellness & Recovery service is to support the people we work with to achieve their life goals and personal outcomes, and assist with developing safeguards for individuals if necessary.
The JOC Wellness & Recovery service is for individuals experiencing mental illness who require support in relation to community living, education, employment, and management of their wellbeing.
Entry to the service is initiated by referral. The referral form is to be completed by a GP or Mental Health Professional.
JOC Wellness & Recovery provide a number of Perth and West Australian based mental health service activities that offer clients the means to achieve their recovery goals.
Our activities and events range from art and music classes through to support groups and hydrotherapy and have been tailored to work alongside and complement broader recovery plans.
Our program is supported by funding from the WA Mental Health Commission and the Department of Health’s “Support for Day to Day Living in the Community” program. Access to JOC programs requires a referral from your Primary Health Professional.
Our goal is to provide a meaningful, recovery oriented mental health service to the Perth and broader Western Australian community through a person focused, collaborative relationship with our clients and carers.
If you’d like to know more about our Perth mental health service please don’t hesitate to contact us or get involved through our regular events.
JOC is currently funded entirely by the Mental Health Commission and by the generosity of grants from Lotterywest. Unfortunately, programs that we offer are limited by the funding we receive.
Donations will be used to support or expand existing programs, and develop new initiatives for our members. All programs delivered by JOC aim to improve the mental health, social wellbeing and overall quality of life of adults living with a diagnosed mental illness.
We respectfully acknowledge that we work on Aboriginal land and pay our respects to community members and elders, past and present.
Individuals pictured are models and are used for illustrative purposes only.
JOC Shenton Park
Suite 4/315 Railway Road
Ph: +61 08 9381 7727
Unit 1/20 Mercer Lane,
Ph: +61 08 9301 1227
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org