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Level 3 Supported Accommodation

Colville Lodge is a Level 3 supported accommodation facility in Highate Hill, which helps to fill the growing demand for disadvantaged and vulnerable people to have a sense of place and belonging.

Colville Lodge presents an opportunity to provide pathways to an independent life by providing 24/7 support with meals, medication management, health care and personal support.

Colville Lodge provides a stable and safe home for thirty one people from a range of diverse backgrounds and cultures. The majority of its residents have previously struggled to live independently due to severe and persistent mental illness.

Why choose Colville Lodge

The success of Colville Lodge lies in that it operates as a residential home with a family atmosphere, not just place to live. Residents state that they feel safe, respected and love the sense of community they feel in both the local area and with the other residents. Friendships, inclusion and camaraderie are the norm at Colville Lodge and residents genuinely care for and look out for each other.

Stable and secure housing provides multiple benefits for both the individual and society at large in the areas of:

  • improved health status,
  • maintenance of symptom stability
  • improved sense of belonging and self-worth
  • improved social and economic participation
  • overall functioning reducing demand for treatment and care

For further information, contact manager@colvillelodge.com.au

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121 Care’s approach gives people real choice of how much responsibility and control they want to take for their own care plan. I first became involved with 121 Care as a Committee member, but soon was so impressed with the model of listening and insistence on client input that I changed from my previous service provider to 121 Care.

Robert, a client since 2014

2019-10-25T16:34:32+10:00

Robert, a client since 2014

121 Care’s approach gives people real choice of how much responsibility and control they want to take for their own care plan. I first became involved with 121 Care as a Committee member, but soon was so impressed with the model of listening and insistence on client input that I changed from my previous service provider to 121 Care.
The biggest benefits with 121 Care are choosing my own carers (I have a fantastic team); the flexibility to run my own roster and organise my shifts with my carers has been awesome. The office staff are very respectful and helpful when I need something. I never feel like I’m a number, but a person which matters to me a lot.

Casey, a client since 2013

2019-10-25T16:40:12+10:00

Casey, a client since 2013

The biggest benefits with 121 Care are choosing my own carers (I have a fantastic team); the flexibility to run my own roster and organise my shifts with my carers has been awesome. The office staff are very respectful and helpful when I need something. I never feel like I’m a number, but a person which matters to me a lot.
What I’m grateful for most about getting my support through 121 Care is that I can stay in my own home. The staff members also help me to achieve my goals and offer paid training to our carers to become better workers.

Anna, a client since 1997

2019-10-25T16:42:14+10:00

Anna, a client since 1997

What I’m grateful for most about getting my support through 121 Care is that I can stay in my own home. The staff members also help me to achieve my goals and offer paid training to our carers to become better workers.
I appreciated that 121 Care gave me control, rather than telling me what to do. The freedom to interview and choose my own workers is what I like most about my care, rather than being allocated workers without any consultation. It was made clear to me from the start that I would run my own care with my own workers.

David, a client since 1999

2019-10-25T16:43:06+10:00

David, a client since 1999

I appreciated that 121 Care gave me control, rather than telling me what to do. The freedom to interview and choose my own workers is what I like most about my care, rather than being allocated workers without any consultation. It was made clear to me from the start that I would run my own care with my own workers.