Albany Pride is a local group offering peer networking and support for people in Albany who identify as LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, genderqueer, questioning, same sex attracted), their families and friends, young and old, locals and visitors. We aim to provide a voice for LGBTIQ+ people in the Great Southern and foster local support, acceptance and celebration of minority sexualities and gender identities in our community. Albany Pride is the only acknowledged local service, support or network for LGBTIQ people.
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 Fortnightly on Sunday during school term 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm.
A weekly Support Group for young people aged 12 – 25 in the Blackwood region with a common interest in art theories and practices to come together to practice art with and award-winning artist who is also a trained Mental Health Facilitator. Each week a mental health related topic is discussed and there is an opportunity to share experiences and create art.
A Support Group for young people aged 15 – 25 who are experiencing mental health distress in the Blackwood region. The Group meets twice per week to use the role playing of Dungeons and Dragons to assist those with mental health distress to connect, explore and practice social interactions in a safe and structured environment. Group members are encouraged to access professional therapy services when needed.
On Tuesday afternoons young people aged between 12-14 meet to practice their social interaction and play structured, challenginf games. Facilitator is a mental health worker who supports the young people as required and encourages connection with extra support and profession services if and when required.
Monday evenings are for young people from the age of 15 – 25 to come together to explore issues and concerns they may face in a safe and supportive environment.
CanTeen is a peer support network for young people living with cancer as a patient; sibling; as someone whose parent or primary caregiver has or has had cancer; or if they are bereaved. The age group is from 12-25 years.
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.
Young parents (under 25 years) group in Langford
Kalparrin is Western Australia’s oldest and largest not-for-profit organisation, supporting parents raising children with disability, developmental delay, genetic, chronic medical and/or health conditions. Membership is FREE and provides parents with access to a vast array of information, resources, opportunities and events as well as connection to a community of thousands of other parents raising children with additional needs.
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.
Our Historical Society predominantly provides a community service to locals and visitors. By being able to join our group of volunteers we provide a friendly environment in which to learn about the local history of Margaret River. The group enjoy the companionship of each other and share the common thread of history and the knowledge is then taught to the young, visiting school children on excursions, overseas and local visitors and to the elderly groups throughout the year.
The Natural Learning Centre Margaret River aims to promote a love of the natural environment and support lifelong learning through regular groups, workshops, collaboration with other community organisations and family friendly events.
Provides a safe space service to the LGBTIQ+ youth of the South West.
Outcare’s reintegration services help all Australians to fully engage with society in a positive, contributing manner.
We can assist anyone over 12 years of age and have programs dedicated to meet the needs of indigenous Australians. We offer support to help people regain direction and maintain positive social engagement. We have programs that build capacity for people experiencing barriers to entering the private rental market, and mature aged men and women seeking to re-enter the workforce after a period of unemployment.
We specialise in person centred care for people whose circumstances place them at risk of entry to the criminal justice system, or who are currently serving a sentence. We can provide support in prison, during release and after release to help rebuild positive lives, families and futures.
Spectrum Space dreams of a community that is autism aware where people with a range of abilities, personalities and capacities engage, interact and contribute at work, at home and socially – and work to make it a reality. A community that embraces the diversity and opportunity that comes from living, playing and working with people on the spectrum and explores the possibilities of collaboration.
Through its social groups, services, research partnerships and community events, Spectrum Space breaks down social barriers and creates a world where autism is just part of our community’s rich fabric.
Spectrum Space coordinates the annual Spectrum Space Symposium, the must-attend event for individuals on the autism spectrum, their family members, health professionals, educators, service providers, employers, researchers and anyone with an interest in autism. The Symposium brings lived experience together with business leaders, healthcare professionals and service providers to explore the challenges and opportunities for our community and, in particular, people with autism and those who work and live with them.
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The Concrete Club provide early intervention opportunities for young people through all aspects of skate culture including skate programs, camps and community arts. We offer programs in: learn to skate, skateboarding, rollerskating, roller dance, and long boarding. Out programs are designed with a trauma informed approach to provide a safe and inclusive community through our shared love of skating.
The goal of The Platform WA is to bring together people living with intellectual disabilities on multiple platforms digitally and in person. To improve communication, engagement, socialisation, build on life skills, improve mental health through social interaction, increase independence and reduce isolation.
The intent is work within the Support Group structure to empower people living with intellectual disabilities to have sense of self-worth, through changing public perception by engaging, leading and inspiration.