Mental Health and Wellbeing

To provide support & information for anyone seeking to improve their emotional well-being & mental health, through understanding, awareness & self-help methods.

1 Camel Lane Carnarvon 6701

Provides healing, support, counselling and therapeutic responses to children, young people and their families affected by child sexual abuse.

51-85 Shenton Street Geraldton 6530

Offers counselling, support and psychiatric treatment.

Provides a community based Education/Information and Skill Development service for carers and families of people with serious and persistent mental health issues. Also runs a series of diversion activities for the carers supplementing their respite.

52 The Esplanade, Esperance, WA, 6450, Australia

Provides a community based Education/Information and Skill Development service for families of people with serious and persistent mental health issues.

Gosnells Community Lotteries House Suite 9 , 1st floor Corner Dorothy St & Albany Hwy, Gosnells WA 6110

Reduce the harmful effects of sexual abuse on children. The service assists children to manage trauma, and educates them about social skills and strategies that enable them to be safe and establish non-abusive relationships. The service offers counselling to children and their non-offending family members.

114 Sanford Street Geraldton 6531

Provides professional and confidential counselling, advocacy and support to empower individuals who are suffering the effects of family and domestic violence and recent or past sexual assault.

Collie Community House, 5 Forrest Street Collie 6225

Provides support to the Collie Community through support groups, programs, workshops and free counselling.

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31 Manning Road, Cannington, Western Australia, Australia

A not for profit community based organisation dedicated to advancing mental health recovery and reducing stigma in community and serves. Coordinates support and advance consumer voice and lived experience leadership in order to achieve this.

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PO Box 959, Nedlands, WA 6909

Contributes to the social, physical and emotional wellbeing of those affected by Cystic Fibrosis and assists in the promotion of research. Services include exercise programs and equipment, counselling, life coaching, advice, social and recreational events, education, nursing and physiotherapy.

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PO Box 4048, Spencer Park, WA 6330

A non-profit Peer Support incorporated association that aims to educate and support people who have depression.

Provides safe accommodation for women and children escaping domestic violence. Referrals for financial assistance, medical issues, legal matters and transport to safe accommodation.

WHFS, 227 Newcastle Street Northbridge WA 6003

A free service which helps women who have experienced, or are at risk of domestic violence access support; provides people with a safe and friendly environment to access advocacy, legal and DCP services. Provides assistance with applying for restraining orders, Legal Aid support and referrals to other agencies.

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Tailored to the needs of individuals. Provides support for people with disabilities and ageing; long and short term health Issues. For individuals and families.

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Midland Junction Lotteries House, 39 Helena Street, Midland WA 6056

Provides mutual support and self-help by supplying the community with peer-led group-based services, which consist of individuals with common experiences and interests. Provides assistance, either in person or over the telephone, on a one-to-one basis. Supplies the opportunity for individuals to build and sustain personal wellbeing. With personal wellbeing comes optimism for the future and a sense of empowerment, building, sustaining or reconnecting common relationships within families and friends, to extend existing networks and encourage communities to accept the people for who they are.

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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.

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Relationships WA, PO Box 1206, West Leederville, WA

Support Groups for children and young people aged 5-15 who have experienced or seen abuse in their families or in their relationships. Groups run for 6-8 weeks and provide a safe space that allows children to explore their experiences with others. Aims to improve resilience, encourage social interaction and to strengthen relationships with caring adults, other children and their wider community.

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Relationships WA, PO Box 1206, Leederville WA

A 24-week group for men who have been violent and/or abusive in an intimate and/or family relationship. Provides a respectful environment that enables men to explore how they use violent and controlling behaviours in their family relationships and to understand the impact on others. Encourages men to develop new ways of knowing themselves and others and to take responsibility for their behaviour.

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Relationships WA, PO Box 1206, Leederville WA

Support Groups for women who have experienced or are currently experiencing violence and/or abuse in their intimate or family relationships. Groups run for 10 weeks and provide a safe and respectful environment for women to explore their experiences. Provides a greater understanding of resources and options available, reduces isolation, improves social networks and identifies options for current and future safety.

23 Stead Road Albany 6330

Offers support and companionship for people living with mental illness; and access to as many resources and services as possible to help improve and maintain a good quality of life.

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