CaLD

Support groups with online meetings available
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13 McCarthy Street, Somerville WA, Australia

Empowering young African Australian girls to engage with the wider community with confidence and resilience.

Meetings are held at Sandalwood Family Centre, Cnr Rhodes and Connolly St South Kalgoorlie Every Sunday during school term 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm

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The Bunbury Multicultural Group Inc. (BMG) is a not-for-profit organisation comprised entirely of volunteers from various ethnic backgrounds. Established in 1991, BMG organises events and projects throughout Bunbury Geographe in Western Australia that support and celebrate cultural diversity, remove barriers experienced by the local cultural and linguistically diverse (CALD) population and welcome the existing community’s participation and attendance.

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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.

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28 Cecil Avenue, Cannington, Western Australia, Australia

Communicare’s Family Support Services helps children, youth, families and individuals within the City of Canning and surrounding areas through individual and small group consultations, workshops and community events.

 

Life skills class for women from multi-cultural backgrounds in Cannington

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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.

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Perth WA, Australia

Courageous Women Multicultural Network (CWMN) founded by a group of women led by Yvonne Johnson who decided to gather her group of friends at her residence in Perth Western Australia in Oct 2015.

The aim and objective of the group is to empower women to be able to share their stories, skills, talents and to eliminate isolation in a culturally, socially and safe environment, through participation in activities. The group also strive to advocate inclusiveness for Multicultural Women.

CWMN operates primarily with the contribution of volunteers who form the Committee. Multicultural women over the age of 18 are all welcome.

CWMN focusses on creating a space for women to foster empowerment via various avenues such as developing of skills, practical support, peer support and community belonging.

For more info please contact us via email on: courageouswomenMN@outlook.com

Text to: 0402 303 425 or 0404 715 336

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The Intercultural Action Group was formed in February 2018 as a response to the increasing multicultural population of Margaret River in WA.

Our aim:

  • to empower
  • to provide support to migrants who are living in Margaret River
  • to promote the benefits of cultural diversity within the community of Margaret River
  • to plan and organise projects for the community to be inclusive
  • to offer support mechanisms for newly arrives and established people in the region

For more info check our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/InterculturalActionGroup/

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Hillview Intercultural Community Centre, Bentley Western Australia 6102, Australia

A Support Group for female carers from CaLD communities who care for a family member or a significant other with mental health problems. Focuses on the emotional, social, cultural, religious and linguistic needs of the carer. Includes group programs, personal counselling, information sessions and training.

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Kevin Smith Community Offices (Mirrabooka Library Building) 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka WA, Australia

A Support Group for female carers from CaLD communities who care for a family member or a significant other with mental health problems. Focuses on the emotional, social, cultural, religious and linguistic needs of the carer. Includes group programs, personal counselling, information sessions and training.

For those adopted, they have a meeting every 2nd month and for mothers who loss a child, they have meetings once every month.

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Kevin Smith Community Offices (Mirrabooka Library Building) 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka, Western Australia, Australia

An inter-generational women’s group meeting for settlement issues, information, friendship, parenting and family relationships, health information and skill development. Interpreters, refreshments and free creche available.

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Kevin Smith Community Offices (Mirrabooka Library Building) 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka, Western Australia, Australia

Open to all mums with babies under 9 months of age. A different topic to do with parenting and self-care is discussed each week.

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21 Sudbury Place, Mirrabooka WA 6061, Australia

Provides services to help women deal with problems or worries; stay healthy; build self confidence and meet women from other countries. A female GP; counselling; carer support and skills development.

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6 Jedda Road, Balcatta WA, Australia

A self funded and managed service contributing to the well being of men from all walks of life and backgrounds within the wider community to benefit from the camaraderie and activities provided in the Shed.

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241-243 High Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia

Major service provider for migrants and refugees in all metropolitan regions of Perth. Provides multi-lingual services which include culturally sensitive counselling; advocacy and referral services.

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35 Milligan Street, Carey Park WA, Australia

Settlement Engagement Transition Support Program (SETS) funded by the Department of Home Affairs, for new migrants who have arrived in Australia within the past 5 years. Eligible clients must hold specific visas within the Humanitarian, Family or Skilled streams, or be a dependent of those visa holders. We offer a weekly English Conversation/Peer Support Group and group information sessions on a variety of topics. We provide casework, advocacy, and referrals support, and work together with many SW regional agencies to achieve the best outcome for our mutual clients. MSCWA may also assist eligible people with financial assistance following assessment.

Facebook Page: Multicultural Services Centre Bunbury, at Milligan https://www.facebook.com/groups/365479324168363

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Suite 2, 38 Main Street, Ellenbrook WA

Through connection, skill-sharing, and entrepreneurship, Sister Project aims to support and empower at-risk migrants and refugees. Their Support Groups are used as a safe space where women can improve their confidence, mental and physical wellbeing and help create a sense of community and belonging.

They meet weekly, hold English classes and workshops where women can teach and learn new skills. They actively assist women to look for work or set up their own businesses. Each week they focus on their health with Zumba, Yoga, and Learn-to-Swim classes.

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A Facebook Group supporting migrant women in Bunbury and surrounding areas.

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Unit 1, 6 Batsford Way, Canning Vale WA 6155

To ensure Western Australian residents from all backgrounds and ability levels have the information, skills and networks to integrate, contribute and find a belonging in their local community.

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Unit 2, 12 Alexandra Place, Bentley WA 6102

We are a multicultural women group provides cultural made up from different/diverse backgrounds.

Vision:
Strong and ongoing friendships between women of diverse backgrounds to secure harmony, peace, compassion and unity in the community for all, our children and future generations.

Mission:
To create social platforms to support, empower, inspire and educate women to network, unite and acknowledge their roles as global citizens, mothers, wives, sisters and friends who can contribute to coexistence and inclusiveness with all.

We provide regular monthly activities, Support Groups, women empowerment, multicultural activities, networking, referrals, connection, training and education, disability awareness, environmental and local/global issues and awareness that has impact on our society and communities.

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