We take implementation of Regulated Restrictive Practice very seriously and strive to work using the least restrictive option.
MH&R identifies that most restrictive practices are temporary, MH&R collects evidence to inform the implementation and reduction of restrictive practices.
Our reporting, oversight and regulatory obligations starts with the Victorian Office of the Senior Practitioner (OSP) to the NDIS quality and safeguard Commission.
Child Youth and Family
MH&R’s child, youth and family program is designed to support young people living with a disability or significant history of trauma and living outside of home and placed under the care of the secretary because they require protection.
This program is fully funded by the Department of Family Fairness and Housing.
MH&R has adapted no child is left behind approach to deliver support to young people in this program, by providing access to: