Community Rehab Alliance


Community Rehab Alliance is a free, student-led service based in Mount Isa.

We support people with complex or neurological conditions like stroke, brain injury and Parkinson's disease to 'recover their way, in their world'.

We will work with you - and the people who support you - to feel more confident to drive your own recovery.

Our Services:

We will listen to what is important to you and offer:

Care Coordination

Connecting you to other health and community services that may support your recovery.

Community Integration

Linking you to local activities and resources, like exercise or activity classes to help you stay strong.


One-to-one or group therapy to grow the skills or habits that help you to reach your goals.

Examples of group therapy programs include Mama's and Papa's (Healthy Ageing Group for Indigenous Elders), Skills To Enable People and communitieS (STEPS, a self-management program for people who have had brain injuries) and Ready and Steady (falls prevention program) with North West Remote Health.

Our team includes:

  • Students in allied health (like physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists)
  • An allied health clinical lead for rehabilitation
  • An Indigenous allied health assistant.

Where we are

Mount Isa Hospital Grounds, behind the Renal Dialysis Unit.

Contact us

If you would like more information or would like to participate at Community Rehab Alliance, we welcome you to contact us directly.

Community Rehab Alliance accepts self-referrals, provided we can get your GP to provide clearance to say that you are medically fit to participate in a rehabilitation program. 

Phone: 07 4745 4525

A Commonwealth funded Department of Rural Health
in collaboration with: