Skylight Mental Health

Skylight Mental Health

formerly Mental Illness Fellowship South Australia Inc.

Skylight offers programs and services for people experiencing mental illnesses.

Organisation Address
5 Cooke Tce Wayville, SA 5034
Organisation Phone
08 8378 4100 Main Office
Organisation Fax
08 8378 4199
Organisation Email
PO Box 310 Marleston, SA 5033
Parent Body:
Skylight - Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia (MIFA)
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm

Wayville Activity Centre Tues - Fri 10am - 4pm
Panangga Activity Centre Tues - Fri 10am - 4pm
Eyre Activity Program Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm (held at various community locations)
Mannum Activity Program Tues – Fri 10am – 4pm

People with mental illness, their families, friends and the community
Membership fee (membership not required to access services)
Branch address:
  • Skylight Mental Health - Parnangga
  • Ph: 08 8382 5588
  • 64 Elgin Ave, Christies Beach, SA 5165
  • Skylight Mental Health - Eyre
  • Ph: 08 8683 0082
  • PO Box 2292
  • Skylight Mental Health - Mt Gambier
  • Ph: 08 8723 6533
  • PO Box 1146
  • Skylight Mental Health - APY Lands
  • Ph: 0417 711 726
  • Ernabella Community
  • Skylight Mental Health - Mannum
  • Ph: 08 8378 4100
  • PO Box 320 Mannum SA 5238

Our sevices are designed around your direct needs to strengthen a meaningful life as defined by you. Everything from connecting with community, staying on top of the day to day or making space for new opportunities. Skylight aims to enable people with mental illness and their carers, to share fully in the community with the same rights and opportunities as other citizens.

  • Learn & Discover - Active & Social - Daily living - Therapeutic Services - Family & Carer Connection and Support Coordination
  • Activity programs provide social and recreational options and group programs based on rehabilitation and recovery
  • Carer education program
  • Community education on mental illness and mental health - for consumers, carers, community groups, educators and service providers
  • Counselling - telephone and face-to-face
  • Information and referral - including library, resources, fact sheets, website, newsletter
  • Meals service - daily lunch at Wayville and Panangga activity centres
  • Peer Worker Program - training and support for people living well with mental illness who use their life experience to support and inspire others affected by mental illness
  • Personal Helpers & Mentors - metropolitan regions and South East SA for people aged 16 and over whose lives are severely affected by mental illness
  • Therapeutic groups program - self management, health and well being groups
  • Respite program for individuals or their carer including respite residential accommodation program
  • Support groups for carers and consumers
  • Volunteer program - volunteers assist in a range of programs and services
  • Carer Support
Last updated: 09/02/2018
Information provided by: Unley Council (Library)

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