To improve the health and wellbeing in the community through creative workshops, presentations and events designed to meet the specific needs of the different groups attending.
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.
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.
EPIC helps to break down barriers by providing practical assistance and encouragement through career enrichment and capacity building programs, providing support to people with disabilities and their carers, and engaging the wider community in events and activities. Provides a monthly Support Group for carers.
Supports persons who suffer from Multi Chemical Sensitivity (MCS). Aims to lessen social impacts by networking, advocacy and understanding.
Recovery focused education and support for families & friends of individuals who experience mental distress and drug and alcohol use, some of whom may have experience with the criminal justice system.
PO Box 3134, Midland, WA 6056
The peak body for housing co-operatives in WA, providing advocacy and support to established and developing housing co-operatives. Informs; educates and advises individuals and community groups about all aspects of co-operative housing.
Engage and involve the community by advocating for the promotion of gynaecological and sexual health.
Bridge the gap between the health professionals and the community;
Empower women to be actively and confidently involved in their gynaecological and sexual healthcare.
Working to reduce the stigma associated with gynaecological health and associated conditions.
GAIN runs a support group for anyone wanting to attend.
Offers programs for people in crisis; with issues such as Boundaries, Self-Esteem, Loss & Grief, Addictions & Co-dependency, Building Relationships and Abuse issues. Services include counselling; self help; support and fellowship. Minimal fees payable. Please contact the office for further details.
The Independent Living Centre WA (ILC) provides information and advice, assessment, training, funding and hire services that enable Western Australians of all ages and abilities to live more independent and fulfilling lives.
Assists people through its charitable fundraising events and through the social; welfare; educational and childcare services and cultural programs. Activities are directed to General Welfare Services – counseling; seminars; workshops.
A resource and information support service for all members of the community. Services include the Community Resource centre, drop in, Toy Library, Financial Counselling, Emergency Relief, Workshops & referrals.
Works to reduce the amount of substance use and abuse in the Halls Creek area. Services include information and education; counselling; advocacy and support group meetings. A range of Family Support Programs including Financial Counselling and money management.
Kidsafe WA is the leading independent not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting safety and preventing childhood injuries and accidents in Western Australia. Injuries are the leading cause of death in Australian children aged one to fourteen, accounting for nearly half of all deaths in this age group. More children die of injury than die of cancer, asthma and infectious diseases combined. Many of these deaths and injuries can be prevented. Kidsafe WA works in the community to educate and inform parents and children on staying safe at home, at play and on the road.
Our aim is to create a garden where people in our community can come together to grow organic produce, socialize with one another, and enjoy the benefits of working in the fresh air.