Allambee Counselling Inc is a specialist therapeutic service that has been providing support for people who have experienced sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence in the Peel region since 1991. Allambee responds to individuals and families who have been affected by sexual abuse/assault, domestic violence and other forms of trauma in a way that is trauma-informed, client directed, strengths based and recovery-oriented.
Allambee also provides specific support for at-risk and disengaged youth through our Street Net Youth Service. Street Net offers information, case management, support, referrals and recreational and diversional activities for high school aged youth in the community who are at-risk.
A key focus of Allambee’s service provision is preventative intervention to promote positive change in community attitudes towards sexual and family violence. Allambee provides a range of community education, awareness raising and training initiatives aimed at reducing future incidence of violence in our community.
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To be a stable and significant provider of good quality, affordable and accessible housing in the South West of WA to people seeking an alternative to mainstream housing.
A national, non-profit organisation of parents, professionals and community members working together to ensure the emotional and social needs of children, adolescents and their families are met within hospitals and the health care system.
Befriend exist to spark human connection between people from diverse backgrounds, to grow inclusive communities in which all people are valued and belong. One way we do this is supporting local community members to run interest based groups that welcome all.
Peak body and support services for family carers. Supports include counselling, advisory, systemic advocacy, social support, education and training. Young Carers. Carer Representation and Participation and Prepare to Care Hospital program.
Linking Together uses local venues to support social interaction and friendship for carers. In providing regular, planned, carer focused and flexible outings at low or no cost, Linking Together seeks to allow carers the choice of attending outings and activities that are suitable for them. Our Linking Together carer events are designed to be easily accessible to the carer; relaxed, friendly, supportive and a gateway to access other services. These monthly activities can also provide the carer with a well-earned break from their caring role in a friendly and social environment, which will hopefully introduce the carer to a whole new peer support network in their own local area or community.
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.
Provides information for seniors and people with access and inclusion issues. Supporting and advising local community groups. Putting the community in touch with groups.
COTAWA promotes the interests of seniors plus provides a number of programmes including – Living Longer, Living Stronger; Seniors Housing Centre; Mall Walking; Cyber-crime and Senior seminars; Computer Classes, Making the most of Consumer Directed Care and Seniors Week Community Grant Programme.
PO BOX 923 Victoria Park WA 6979
Improves the wellbeing of all people, especially those in country areas by promoting courtesy, cooperation, community effort, ethical standards and the wise use of resources.
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.
Meeting at The Meerilinga Kingsley; this group provides an opportunity for people to get together to have a chat and a coffee. Everyone is welcome and there is no need to book. Cost is $3, Meeting times are Mondays 10am-12 noon.
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.