Support groups with online meetings available
Unit 9, 10 Vincent Avenue, Westminster WA 6061

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.

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Activate Mental Health is a dynamic mental health initiative that promotes the importance of community & social connection for positive mental health & wellbeing. Established in 2016 as the Perth Active Depression Support Group, the group has grown and continues to assist its members in improving their mental health through dynamic social activities.

Our mission: Improving well-being through a positive, vibrant and well-connected social community.

Our values

Acceptance: we welcome people from all walks of life.

Community: we provide a welcoming and inclusive platform for our members to feel connected and valued.

Fun: we run engaging and enjoyable events.

This group generally operates in the central areas of Perth and runs the occasional online meetup.

We hope to see you out in the community!

The Niche Suite B; 11 Aberdare Road Nedlands WA 6009

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.

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Headspace Albany, Shops 9-11 The Link Shopping Centre, St Emilie Way, Albany WA 6330

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. Albany Pride is the only acknowledged local service, support or network for LGBTIQ people.

Unit 5, 37 Hampden Road, Nedlands WA 6009

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.

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16 Fionn Court, Ardross WA, Australia

Support for patients with Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency and their carers.

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PO Box 9303, Pacific Paradise, Queensland 4564

ausEE Inc. is a registered Australian charity dedicated to providing support and information to anyone diagnosed with or caring for someone with an Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorder (EGID) including Eosinophilic Oesophagitis (EoE).

We are committed to raising public awareness and supporting the medical community for further research in Australia.

We host online Facebook Support Groups and face-to-face Support Group meetups in most states, including Perth WA.

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The Australian Dads Network is a Support Group that connects Dads and families to create a stronger community by removing isolation and improving mental health.  The Group aims to reduce suicide and increase mateship across the country.

The Australian Dads Networks vision is to provide dads of Australia with a platform to connect with other dads and discuss all things that are relevant and required to be the best dad, man and husband they can be.   With honesty and no judgement members can ask questions and get answers that will assist them in improving daily – in all areas of their lives.

The Facebook Group is open to those who are fathers.  Members are encouraged to share with the Facebook Group online and meet up locally for a ‘coffee, beer or camping trip’

PO Box 3020 Cotham VIC 3101, Australia

Educates, supports and encourages social interaction between adults and families  affected by pituitary disorders and assists the establishment of connection with others on a similar patient journey.

PO Box 1537, Booragoon WA 6954

Befriend is a Perth-based social network that makes it really easy for everyone to meet new people and get connected. Befriend hosts inclusive and welcoming social gatherings, events and interest/hobby groups where you can meet new people, form new connections, discover new hobbies and have new experiences. Members are encouraged to host their own gatherings in their local area based on their interests/passions.


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Bi+ Community Perth is a safe place for people who are not straight or gay (we use “bisexual” as the umbrella term for that) to engage in respectful discussion, connect with people, and form community online. There are also regular opportunities to connect in person, including events for Bi Visibility Day (23/9) and the Pride Parade (November). You can join the Bi+ Community Perth group by going directly to

15 Peninsula Road, Bridgetown WA, Australia

A support group to parents and families of any disability. We meet monthly but hope to grow in size in order to be able to service many more families and children in our local region.

Meetings Location: The Bridgetown Family and Community Centre, Terminus Building, corner Steere and, Roe St, Bridgetown WA 6255

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PO Box 40 Oakdale NSW 2570

Provides support and educational information to parents and carers of children born with Hirschsprung’s disease or imperforate anus. Conferences, newsletters and an online private Facebook site.


Facilitated support group on brain tumours.

This support groups provides Hospital Visits.

Until further notice meetings are online only

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Busselton Hospice Care provide professional palliative care volunteering services that offer emotional and practical support and social connection to those living with a life limiting diagnosis/illness, receiving palliative care, their care givers and the bereaved. They are committed to a philosophy of care that recognises end of life issues concerned with death, dying, palliative care, loss and bereavement affect us all and is everyone’s responsibility.

Bunbury Office (Lotteries House) 99 -101 Victoria Street, Bunbury, WA, 6230, Australia

Social connection, information and education for people with low vision and blindness.


Postal address: PO Box 101 Victoria Park WA 6100

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6 Waterbury Street, Dianella WA, Australia

Offers support for families with children on the autism spectrum. Aims to reduce isolation and raise awareness in the community as well as helping families share information, support each other and make long term friendships. Encourages kids to develop social interaction, explore their senses and learn new skills. Educate families in regard to what support is available in the community.

Offers online support group.

182 Lord Street, Perth, Western Australia, 6000, Australia

Anne Bluntish Carers Retreat is kindly donated by Ms Bluntish as a subsidised retreat for carers. The south Perth Retreat is a two bedroom apartment set in peaceful surroundings with breathtaking views of Perth City and the Swan River. Carers can stay for 3 nights, fully booked 6 months in advance.

Weekly online and face to face meetings available.


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We are a group of carers who felt a caring community for carers needed to be created, so here we are.
Our aim is to provide carers with the opportunity to meet others who may be in a similar situation, to create a space where experiences can be shared and to enable carers to invest in their own health and well-being.
We come together fortnightly in the northern suburbs to have a cuppa, share information and undertake fun activities that support our health and well-being.
We are self funded so we ask for a gold coin donation to help cover the costs of the activities and morning tea.
Everyone receives an open hearted welcome.
We would love for you to join us.
26B Naivasha Turn, Joondalup WA, Australia

Support for anyone of any age with CFS, fibromyalgia or Lyme disease and their carers and families. We meet monthly on the 3rd Saturday of the month usually from 2-5pm at Grace Vaughan house, venue/dates can be subject to change so please contact us for further info. We now include all ages not just youth.

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