Psychiatric Support ACT
Psychiatric support Thomond House Limerick
There is a wider societal fallout picture which homelessness embraces.
The term “homelessness” is nondescript of the depth of problems it encompasses.
One way to more clearly capture the phenomenon of homelessness in our community is to review people’s journeys into and in homelessness in a collation of life experience. This exercise details people’s struggles in the fight for human survival and the frontiers of homelessness they encounter along the way.
To enhance the lives of people who are effected by mental health challenges through the provision of comforts, additional assistance and social support.
Background and Limitations
The personal experience acquired by our committee and members of this many sided illness affecting the individual who is ill, and his or her family, has played an important part in compiling our policy of additional support and welfare. The association has linked up with societies and support committees connected to hospitals and approved services since 1993.This system of operation protects the patient, ensures confidentiality and deals with administrative and bona-fide areas with the minimum of pressure or disruption to the person concerned.
The project is confined to a small number of longstanding groups who were enlisted in the programme when it was first set up . There is an embargo on additional groups joining the programme at present due to the scarcity of resources.