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.
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.
An Aboriginal and TSI Support Group for parents and children with Austism and other disabilities. Aims to support and inform about services, educate, and advocate. The group runs monthly meetings, school holiday programs, cultural activities and cultural camps that run twice a year.
Blossom Gums Women’s Group is based at the Champion Centre in Armadale and incorporates a range of environmental, awareness raising and educational strategies to improve Aboriginal women’s health, social and emotional wellbeing. For example: health related educational sessions, promotional material, healthy eating sessions, key presenters/facilitators, yarning and a fitness program.
Support Group – Grief and illness for carer’s family. Phone Contact. Respite advocacy and information. Information on various agencies. Individual/family/group support. Emergency professional support through reg nurse.
Centrecare is a not-for-profit organisation which aims to strengthen people and communities through the provision of professional social services, inspired by compassion and recognition for human dignity.
Disability services, health services, seniors and aged care, youth and family services, grants, community facilities, volunteering and community events.
Provides family support services throughout metropolitan Perth. Includes children’s services; family support programs and employment services. The Children’s Contact Service provides a safe and supportive environment for children to move between their separated parents and establish and maintain a relationship with the parent they do not live with and other family members. Offers a service for all metropolitan Perth. The Children’s Contact Service has it’s centre based in Cannington.
FAMILY MATTERS: A group where you can get support from other families and a Cyrenian House counsellor about alcohol & other drug use in your family. The group offers an opportunity to: Talk about what is going on for you; get some information on drugs and their effects; learn new coping skills and communication strategies; and help others in a similar situation by listening to their stories and sharing what you have learnt along the way. Mondays 7pm to 8:30pm.
PEER SUPPORT RECOVERY GROUP: A group for Cyrenian House consumers who wish to maintain abstinence from alcohol and other drug use with an engaged and pro-active approach to their recovery. It is a peer-led open support and discussion group, offering support through the challenges and gains of recovery by people who have their owe lived experience of alcohol and other drug use recovery. Provides community based after-care support following residential or non-residential treatment. Social connectivity will be supported by occasional social outings. Self referral or referral by a Cyrenian House worker. Mondays 10am to 11:30am.
Works to promote the distinct identity of Indigenous Australians and to preserve Indigenous cultural heritage. Ensures Indigenous communities are involved in deciding how government programs will meet their communities’ needs.
A health service staffed by health professionals such as Aboriginal health workers; home and community-care workers (HACC program); care aids; registered nurses; doctors; case workers. Podiatrists; physiotherapists and other health care service workers.
Offers support to all diabetics on Facebook offering information and networking skills. Organises group therapy sessions, social meetings, inconjunction with Kalgoorlie Hospital referral services.
Not for Profit community service organisation providing emergency relief and crisis care to the people of Esperance. Aims to alleviate poverty, suffering and hardship to those in the southeast region of WA.
The objectives of the Association are:
- to assist in the protection and development of the cultural, spiritual and religious beliefs of Aboriginal people with disability;
- to promote greater tolerance and respect of the culture of Aboriginal people with disability;
- to help improve the economic, social and cultural status of Aboriginal people with disability;
- to promote to government and non-government service providers the needs of Aboriginal people with disability;
- to promote to government and non-government service providers the medical and healthcare needs of Aboriginal people with disability;
- advocating on behalf of Aboriginal people with disability, particularly where their rights have been infringed;
- promoting access to proper and adequate representation of Aboriginal people with disability on all bodies which make decisions that affect their lives;
- encouraging the development and co-ordination of local and regional networks of Aboriginal people with disability;
- providing information, advice and practical assistance to any Aboriginal person with disability whose personal circumstances require such services. The services shall not be limited to Members of the Association;
- fostering communication and cooperation with other community organisations with similar aims;
- all such things as are lawful and conducive to the attainment of the aims of the Association.
Offers a professional, friendly and efficient health service for women of all cultures. Services include free or low cost advice and information, clinical services, library resources, counselling and group meetings.
The Great Southern Noongar Emerging Leadership Group is committed to working with all Great Southern Noongar communities and people to create an environment of unity and trust, where Aboriginal people are empowered to lead healthy lives and create their own positive future through strong leadership, collaboration, and purpose. The group meet quarterly in the region of the Great Southern part of WA and regularly organised large scale events for the betterment of the community aimed at improving the social and emotional wellbeing of the community, they also advocate for the aboriginal community through leadership camps, forums and conferences. raising awareness of mental health issues, enhancing community understanding around positive mental health
ICV partners with Indigenous communities to improve quality of life, wellbeing and social inclusion. Community Development Officers and trained volunteers work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to help with their visions for the future