Residential Rehabilitation Services

Residential Rehabilitation is provided around Tasmania by a number of organisations that are funded by Mental Health Services.  

Residential Rehabilitation programs provide a safe and secure environment within a community living setting for residents who have a major mental health diagnosis. The programs provide opportunities for individuals to regain social, recreational and personal life skills and to work towards independent living. These services are community focused and look to create pathways for residents into the wider community.

To be eligible for a program, you must be aged 18 years or over and be diagnosed with an enduring mental illness and have a commitment to developing skills for independent living.

How to apply for a program

Application to all programs is vial the Maximising Recovery Panel. You can contact them for an application form by calling:

South (03) 6230 7729

North (03) 6336 2196

North West (03) 6434 4070

Richmond Fellowship

Richmond Fellowship offer residential rehabilitation programs at:

  • Lindisfarne
  • Glenorchy
  • Mowbray
  • Rokeby
  • Ulverstone

For more information, you can phone (03) 6228 3344 or visit their website at:


Anglicare provides residential rehabilitation for people with severe mental illness in the North West of Tasmania at Curraghmore and in the North of Tasmania at Rocherlea in Launceston.

For further information please call (03) 6421 7661 or visit their website at

Langford Supported Services

Langford provides a residential rehabilitation service in Hobart that supports, promotes and develops independence for people with mental health problems.

For further information please call (03) 6228 9099 or visit their website at

Caroline House

Provides residential rehabilitation for women in Hobart. Accommodation is provided for six women and it is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For more information please call (03) 6234 5011 or email