55 Central provides a broad suite of client centred supports to people who are homeless or at risk of becoming so. This includes following:
CRISIS ACCOMMODATION FACILITY
Funded by the Department of Child Protection and Family Support the service provides 24 single bedroom accommodation supports and is operated by a dedicated staff team 24 hours per day, each day of the week. Service delivery is based on a case management model, whereby a case manager is assigned to work with each client. In collaboration with each client an individualised care plan is devised. The care plan sets out a number of goals and objectives; and route map towards achieving these. These are reviewed at regular intervals to track progress over time.
THE COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAM
Funded by the Mental Health Commission, the Community Support Program provides a comprehensive range of integrated support services to male and female adults, who have a diagnosed mental illness.
One full-time dedicated client Case Manager operates the service. In addition there is 24 hour emergency crisis telephone line cover provided to clients, through 55 Central duty cover staff. The service has capacity to support up to 20 clients of differing complexity annually. The level and duration of support provided varies according to the unique and individual needs of each client.
Funded through the Drug and Alcohol Office, the Crossroads Project comprises a partnership between 55 Central, Saint Patrick’s Community Services and Curtin University. The project provides a unique and innovative response towards tackling alcohol and drug related harm and antisocial behaviour, its dual aims are:
To reduce alcohol and drug related harm, and improve the health and social wellbeing of clients who come into contact with the service.
Reduce disruptive behaviours created by problematic drug and alcohol use by working with communities who are affected. The service provides a team of three dedicated Assertive Outreach workers who operate in street drinking geographical hotspots: Fremantle CBD, Perth CBD, and the Maylands commercial area.
Further information concerning 55 Central can be obtained on the following link: http://www.55central.asn.au
To support people with disability and their families through a range of services, supports and community awareness maintaining a specialty in cerebral palsy. To be the leading provider of quality services to people with disability in Western Australia.
Aims to support and strengthen Aboriginal grandparents and their families through the generations. The program provides information, advocacy and referrals as well as group activities, respite camps and peer support groups.
A not-for-profit organisation established in 1984. Provides support to those diagnosed with Acoustic Neuroma or other tumours affecting Cranial Nerves. Gathers and provides information to patients and families.
Enabling people living with disability to live the life they choose.
For all Perth metropolitan offices, Ph: 08 9387 0555.
Albany: 11 Minna Street, Centennial Park, WA 6330 (Ph: 08 9841 4411).
Bunbury: 16 Beddingfield Street, Davenport, WA 6230 (Ph 08 9726 0190).
Busselton: 43 Cook Street, Busselton, WA 6280 (Ph: 08 9752 3213).
Esperance: 11a Shelden Road, Chadwick, WA 6450 (Ph 08 9071 1943).
Geraldton: 4/114 Sanford Street, Geraldron, WA 6530 (Ph: 08 9921 3477).
Kalgoorlie: 1A Outridge Tce, Kalgoorlie, WA 6430 (Ph: 08 9021 2537).
Activate Mental Health is a dynamic meetup group with the vision of “Coming together through social activity” for those who identify with a lived experience of mental health issues. The group is run by enthusiastic event organisers and promotes its activities through the social networking site Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/activatemh). Activities include things such as walks, ten pin bowling, 8 ball pool, photography and more. The group is welcoming to people of all backgrounds and ages.
This central group operates in the local government areas of: Cambridge, Vincent, Belmont, Nedlands, Subiaco, Perth, South Perth, Victoria Park, Cottesloe, Claremont, Peppermint Grove, Mosman Park, East Fremantle, Melville, Canning, Gosnells, Kalamunda Cockburn & Armadale
ADHD WA, formerly known as LADS – Learning and Attentional Disorder Society of WA, is a support, information and advocacy agency, founded in 1993 for people with ADHD and associated conditions. We work with children, teenagers, and adults living with learning differences, their families and partners. We also support those who treat, teach and work with people living with ADHD.
Provides systemic and individual advocacy to support the rights of older people and people with disabilities. Advocates empower clients with information and provide options so they can make decisions based on well informed choices.
A self-help support group for people in the Albany region who have (or about to have) a stoma following surgery on the digestive or urinary systems. Provision of information, fellowship and specialist stoma nursing care as requested.
Albany Pride is a local group offering peer networking and support for people in Albany who identify as LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, genderqueer, questioning, same sex attracted), their families and friends, young and old, locals and visitors. We aim to provide a voice for LGBTIQ+ people in the Great Southern and foster local support, acceptance and celebration of minority sexualities and gender identities in our community. AGAL is the only acknowledged local service, support or network for LGBTIQ people.
24/7, state-wide counselling, information, referral and support to anyone concerned about their own or another person’s alcohol or drug use. Contact can be made by telephone, email or online Live Chat. Live Chat can be accessed via http://alcoholthinkagain.com.au/ or http://drugaware.com.au/ or https://www.mhc.wa.gov.au/
Metro: (08) 9442 5000 Country: 1800 198 024 (country callers)
Alinea (formerly Spine & Limb Foundation) is a NDIS provider that operates a wide range of services, from Residential Aged Care, Supported Employment, Recreation Services, Home Care Services, Independent Community Living Support, Occupational Therapy and Peer Support.
Peer support is provided for people who have undergone amputations and people who have experienced limb loss.
The AMPS & Associates program enables networking opportunities with peers and referrals to services within Western Australia and nationwide. Scheduled meetings provide a forum to link external support providers with members, strengthening connections whilst sharing current information.
Individualised one-off visitations can also be arranged upon request from an experienced Peer Supporter. This support is offered prior to an operation, post-discharge, or later on in life when individuals feel they need support from an experienced Peer Supporter who has had a similar experience.
The ChildLimbs program, aims to support families with children who have acquired or were born with limb differences.
The main objectives of this program are to provide a social framework, peer-support and community inclusion to our members and their families. Programme events and activities include the ‘Living Loud day’; an annual event is held at various locations such as the Zoo, AQWA, Kings Park, BOUNCE etc. and includes entertainment and guest speakers.
A search and support service to reunite people separated by adoption; fostering or loss of birth family for other reasons. Information; mediation and counselling available.
Allambee Counselling Inc is a specialist therapeutic service that has been providing support for people who have experienced sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence in the Peel region since 1991. Allambee responds to individuals and families who have been affected by sexual abuse/assault, domestic violence and other forms of trauma in a way that is trauma-informed, client directed, strengths based and recovery-oriented.
Allambee also provides specific support for at-risk and disengaged youth through our Street Net Youth Service. Street Net offers information, case management, support, referrals and recreational and diversional activities for high school aged youth in the community who are at-risk.
A key focus of Allambee’s service provision is preventative intervention to promote positive change in community attitudes towards sexual and family violence. Allambee provides a range of community education, awareness raising and training initiatives aimed at reducing future incidence of violence in our community.
Allergy Support Hub is a local charity focused on providing front-line support to individuals and families managing allergic conditions. Our aim is to help families manging allergies to live their best life by providing support and clinical services that address the needs of the community. We provide a range of services including support group and playgroup sessions, online support groups, group educations including seminars and workshops, one on one family support sessions and counselling. We also work with other allergy charities to host support groups for a range of allergic conditions.