To provide new or potential amputees with the opportunity to meet a fellow amputee who will listen, provide inspiration by example and impart information in a non-advisory empathetic and confidential manner. Peer Supporters are trained.
Facilitates recovery from extreme trauma including that involving violence. Provides a range of individual and group based support services.
Provides counselling and support services to refugee survivors of torture and trauma.
Provides support and assistance to widows and widowers who have lost their spouse through death to find companionship; support and to share in social gatherings with people who have had similar experiences.
Open Mondays to Thursdays from 9:30am to 2:30pm
Po box 447 Bunbury WA 6231
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.
Catholic Outreach provides services to assist parishes set up and support Pastoral Care Programs which enable volunteers to provide practical emergency short term support for people in need in their local community.
Parish Pastoral Care Programs offer practical support to anyone in need and include activities such as bereavement support, emergency meals, family support, gardening, handyman, home help, transport and visiting. The support is tailored to the needs of the community and the availability of volunteers.
Helps people who want more from life to learn to do things differently using the principles of Attitudinal Healing. Education, training and support services to individuals and families experiencing emotional distress.
Contributes to the social, physical and emotional wellbeing of those affected by Cystic Fibrosis and assists in the promotion of research. Services available to people with Cystic Fibrosis and their families, including free advice and information.
We are a non-profit peer support incorporated Association. Our aim is to educate and support people who have depression.
Meetings held at 39 Mokare Road, Spencer Park WA 6330 every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, between 10.00am and 3.00pm.
Walking group Tuesdays 9.30am and Thursdays 10.00am.
Doors wide open is a grass roots peer led support service for those experiencing addiction.
Our staff are ‘experts by experience’ meaning that each of us had been touched by addiction in some way throughout our lives. We understand the journey and we have felt the pain.
We are here for the family members and loved ones of drug users to offer a cuppa, knowledgeable support and a non-judgemental ear. We know first hand that sometimes what you need is someone to talk to, cry with and be understood.
Also, we are here for anyone wanting to break free from addiction. We can help you start your journey to recovery, we will walk beside you and help along the way without any judgement or expectations. We understand that this is your journey, and we offer many different possibilities on how to do it your way.
Our service offers daily support, heart-felt conversation, compassion, and a safe place to be, but most of all we offer a sense of hope to anyone experiencing addiction. It is possible to recover from addiction and live your very best life.
On site opening hours: 10am – 3pm.
After hours and weekends phone: 0484832781
The Grief Recovery Method is an action plan. It is a series of small steps that when taken, in order, by the griever it leads to the completion of all the unresolved business linked to the loss. There are a number of ways in which you can learn the GRM for yourself or you can learn how to teach it to others by becoming a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist. We provide weekly educational groups throughout the community and have Certified Grief Recovery Specialists on staff to help when a loss occurs. Please be mindful that ‘loss’ includes all tangible and intangible (moving, finance, trust, faith) losses and is not only focused on death of a person or animal.
A group of eight people who have all been bereaved by suicide. We have all had training and experience in working as Volunteer Peer Support Workers for people bereaved by suicide. The group was formed in order for the bereaved to have contact with those who have lived experience in a safe and caring environment. Resource materials and contact information for other services are available. The group’s main aim is to ‘normalize’ the feelings and reactions that people have after suicide.
Monthly meetings 1st Thursdays of each month at 6:00pm at The Hepburn Centre, 46 Highclere Blvd, Marangaroo WA 6064
Heart Hub South West provides support and connections for those impacted by road trauma in the South West. It’s drop-in centre, located at the CWA Hall in Collie, is opening 9th May 2022 and will be available every Monday 9am – 3pm (except for public holidays) for anyone impacted by road trauma to come for a coffee, referrals to counsellors, and mindfulness activities. Support Groups coming soon.
Kids Cancer Support Group (KCSG) is a not for profit organisation that is dedicated to connecting, supporting, and enriching the lives of kids diagnosed with cancer and other blood disorders at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) in Perth, Western Australia. This is all-encompassing support ensuring we include the whole family.
Lifeline WA is a non-profit organisation whose mission is to prevent suicide, support people in crisis and create equal opportunities for emotional wellbeing. Aside from our 24 hour Telephone Crisis Support service 13 11 14, we provide free counselling to families before, during and after separation, a bereavement counselling service and financial counselling too. These can be accessed face-to-face, by telephone or in a secure online environment.
Suicide prevention strategies for building and construction industry and connected communities.Training programs, 24 hour helpline, referrals, bereavement support following worker suicide or attempted suicide, case management. Also offers support with relationship difficulties, financial management, and mental health problems.
Postal Address: PO Box 6389 East Perth WA 6892
Nadies Place is a Support Group where grieving people will find support, compassion, empathy and understanding to begin the process of healing after a family’s loss to suicide. The group provides a safe, tranquil, calm setting where people can come to express their grief openly without judgement. A place where you will be HEARD and given empathy, care, and practical resources to come to terms with your loss. All members of a family are welcome, parents and partners, aunties and uncles, siblings, and children. The loss of a loved one to suicide touches us all.
Orana House – Provides stable accommodation, advocacy, case management, community education and holistic support for women and children experiencing family and domestic violence. SWitCH Warriors Women Group is an Outreach Program run out of Orana house and is seen as a safe space providing outreach support and programs to women and their children experiencing family and domestic violence.
Supplies peer support programs for children experiencing the loss of someone close where normal routine is interrupted for example Fly In Fly Out or any significant change such as separation and divorce or death.