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2038
  
The service provides iformal or crisis counselling in the office, home, hospitals, streets or parks. Education programs on cultural issues and history, substance misuse and anger management. Family support intervention, informal counselling, advice and practical assistance.
Aboriginal people and their families
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.00pmNo referral required.
211 Royal Street East Perth WA 6004
9221 1411info@aads.org.auhttp://www.aads.org.au/-31.95022964115.8670502Alcohol Drugs & GamblingEast Perth
2039
  
The directory provides Aboriginal businesses in Western Australia with an opportunity to promote their products and services to potential buyers from government and private organisations.
Aboriginal small business owners
Contact for further details.No referral required.
Level 2, Gordon Stephenson House, 140 William Street Perth WA 6000
6552 3289, 6552 3300info@abdwa.com.auhttp://www.abdwa.com.au/home.asp?cmd= -31.9525739115.86104879999993BusinessPerth
2040
  
The service builds on cultural strengths within Aboriginal families to support them to meet the needs of their children for their first three years. Promotes parenting knowledge, skills and positive behaviour in the child. Short-term to medium-term support.
Voluntary. For Aboriginal people with children aged 0-3 years.
Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pmSelf and agency
Wanslea Family Services
9842 9998albany@wanslea.asn.auhttp://www.wanslea.asn.au-35.01575851117.8867416IndigenousAlbany
2041
  
The service builds on cultural strengths within Aboriginal families to support them to meet the needs of their children for their first three years. Promotes parenting knowledge, skills and positive behaviour in the child. Short-term to medium-term support.
Voluntary. For Aboriginal people with children aged 0-3 years.
Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm. Free Aboriginal Playgroup Tues 10.00am-12.00pmSelf and agency
Meerilinga Young Children's Services
9489 4022 or 9489 4044mycs@meerilinga.org.auhttp://www.meerilinga.org.au-31.86561966115.9343414IndigenousBeechboro
2042
  
The service builds on cultural strengths within Aboriginal families to support them to meet the needs of their children for their first three years. Promotes parenting knowledge, skills and positive behaviour in the child. Short-term to medium-term support.
Aboriginal families and carers with children pre-birth aged through to 5 years old.
Mon-Fri 8.00am-4.00pmSelf and agency
42 Wilson Street Kalgoorlie  WA   6430
9068 1845enquiries@anglicarewa.org.auhttps://www.anglicarewa.org.au/community/aboriginal-early-years.aspx-30.74953079121.4702301IndigenousKalgoorlie
2043
  
The service builds on cultural strengths within Aboriginal families to support them to meet the needs of their children for their first three years. Promotes parenting knowledge, skills and positive behaviour in the child. Short-term to medium-term support.
Voluntary. For Aboriginal people with children aged 0-3 years.
Self and agency
15 Cambridge Street West Leederville  WA  6007
mycs@meerilinga.org.auhttp://www.meerilinga.org.au-31.94204115.840177IndigenousWest Leederville
2044
  
The service builds on cultural strengths within Aboriginal families to support them to meet the needs of their children for their first three years. Promotes parenting knowledge, skills and positive behaviour in the child. Short-term to medium-term support.
Voluntary. For Aboriginal people with children aged 0-3 years.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pmSelf and agency
9842 9998http://www.wanslea.asn.auIndigenous
2045
  
The service builds on cultural strengths within Aboriginal families to support them to meet the needs of their children for their first three years. Promotes parenting knowledge, skills and positive behaviour in the child. Short-term to medium-term support.
Voluntary, For Aboriginal families, parents, grandparents, focusing on children aged 0-3 years and older
Mon and Thurs 10.00am-12.00pmSelf and agency
2117 Albany Highway Gosnells  WA 6110
Gosnells 9490 4333. Thornlie 9459 3868, 9459 5539aeyss@coolabaroo.com.auhttp://members.iinet.net.au/~coolabar-32.0659256115.9991684IndigenousGosnells
2047
  
Provides interventions designed to prevent violence or to deal with the consequences of violence. Legal assistance, advice, casework and court support where it relates to family violence and sexual assault; counselling, where it relates to family violence and sexual assault.
Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders people, their partners or carers who are victim-survivors of family violence or sexual assault
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pmSelf and agency
890 Albany Highway East Victoria Park   WA  6101
9355 1502 (head office, Perth); Broome 9193 5455; Carnarvon 9941 3633; Geraldton 9965 4654; Kalgoorlie 9021 0244; Kununurra 9168 2001; Sth Hedland 9172 5024office@afls.org.auhttp://www.afls.org.au-31.98617935115.9041214IndigenousEast Victoria Park
2049
  
The program provides information, advocacy and referrals as well as group activities, respite camps and peer support groups to Aboriginal grandparents and their families through the generations.
Aboriginal grandparents and families caring for children
Mon-Thurs 9.00am-4.30pmSelf referrals, GPs, mental health clinics, psychiatrists and other health professionals
227 Newcastle Street Northbridge WA 6003
6330 5400info@whfs.org.auhttp://www.whfs.org.au/services/aboriginal/afss-31.94570923115.8598785IndigenousNorthbridge
2050
  
A network of hostels providing accommodation throughout Australia.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Mon-Fri 8.00am-4.30pm
152 Great Eastern Highway Ascot WA 6104
6109 2000perth@ahl.gov.auhttp://www.ahl.gov.au-31.94487115.9208679IndigenousAscot
2051
  
The service offers legal representation and support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in WA.
Aboriginal people, those of Aboriginal descent and Torres Strait Islanders
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm
7 Aberdeen Street Perth WA 6000
1800 019 900, 9265 666, A/H 9265 6644reception@als.org.auhttp://www.als.org.au-31.95022964115.8670502IndigenousEast Perth
2052
  
The service offers free and culturally appropriate dispute resolution services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples assisting in addressing inter and intra-family feuding.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pm
Department of the Attorney General David Malcolm Justice Centre 28 Barrack Street Perth WA 6000
1800 045 577, 9264 6150aja@justice.wa.gov.auhttp://www.dotag.wa.gov.au-31.95406914115.8545227IndigenousPerth
2053
  
The service provides referrals to other agencies, parenting information sessions, playgroup offering transport, parenting support.
Aboriginal families with children aged 0-3 years living in the Swan region
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pmSelf and agency
Meerilinga Family Centre
9377 7922apss@meerilinga.org.auhttp://www.meerilinga.org.au-31.86561966115.9343414IndigenousBeechboro
2054
  
The directory includes services relevant to Aboriginal people in the Perth metropolitan area, including for the aged, accommodation, community centres, community development, counselling, cultural centres, education, employment, family, health, legal, pastoral care, playgroups.
No referral required.
67 Plaistowe Mews West Perth WA 6005
9485 3939http://www.ruah.com.au/-31.943816943246922115.84558405316784IndigenousWest Perth
2055
  
The scheme provides group of Aboriginal staff who visit prisons and detention centres around the state, providing support and counselling to Aboriginal people in custody.
Aboriginal detainees and prisoners
Level 9, 141 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6000
1800 282 429http://www.correctiveservices.wa.gov.au-31.95521115.85403IndigenousPerth
2056
  
An initiative of the Minister for Training and Workforce Development, in collaboration with Aboriginal communities and industry, to increase the number of Aboriginal people in training for sustainable employment in Western Australia.
Aboriginal people and employers wanting to employ Aboriginal people
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm
7/3 Forrest Place Perth WA 6000
1800 441 043, 9224 6535awdc@dtwd.wa.gov.auhttp://www.trainingwa.wa.gov.au-31.95300674115.8591309IndigenousPerth
2057
  
Abortion Grief Australia (AGA) provides specialised care and advocacy for those experiencing abortion grief and pregnancy crisis.
Persons suffering from abortion trauma.
Crisis Line 7 days, 24 hours.No referral required.
1300 363 550 info@abortiongrief.asn.auhttp://www.abortiongrief.asn.au-31.9505269115.86045719999993CounsellingPerth
2058
  
Provides a support service to victims aged 13 years and over in Port Hedland who have experienced sexual assault and sexual abuse.
Crisis Line: 7 days, 24 hours. Administration Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm
0472 834 604 Crisis line, 9160 2900 Officececilia.brownhill@relationshipswa.org.auhttp://www.relationshipswa.org.au/services/Acacia-Support-Service-Port-Hedland.aspx-31.92658997115.8509827Emergency & CrisisSouth Perth
2059
  
The association offers assistance with accommodation for low to moderate income earners including seniors, people living with a disability or mental health illness, families and singles.
Low income groups and those with a psychiatric disability receiving mental health clinic support.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.00pmNo referral required.
Level 1/39 Adelaide Street Fremantle WA 6160
9430 0900info@accesshousing.org.auAccess Housing Association website-32.0514391115.74980720000008AccomodationFremantle
2060
  
Accordwest offers accommodation services for youth, adults, singles, couples and families through Bunbury Supported Accommodation Services.
Accord west does much more than housing
• Family
• Relationships
• Youth
• Advocacy
• Re-integration
• Out of home care
Contact Accordwest for more details.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pmNo referral required.
26-28 Forrest Avenue South Bunbury WA 6230
Locations also in Busselton and Mandurah
Free Call :.1800 115 799 or 9729 9000info@accordwest.com.auhttp://www.accordwest.com.au/-33.3382132115.64174920000005AccomodationBunbury
2062
  
The foundation provides accommodation, home-based respite, residential respite for preschool aged children, holiday leisure programs, library service specific to intellectual disability, community access programs, range of employment opportunities, transport.
People with an intellectual disability and their families
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm
327 Cambridge Street Wembley  WA  6014
9387 0555frontdesk@1activ.asn.auhttp://www.activ.asn.au-31.94075966115.8126526DisabilityWembley
2064
  
Jigsaw offers a professional information, support, search, contact and mediation service for all those with an adoption experience.
Adult adopted people, birth parents, adoptive parents, relatives, adult fostered people and their relatives, adults separated from family for other reasons.
Mon-Thurs 8.00am-4.00pm, Fri 8.00am-12.00pmNo referral required.
2A Curtin Avenue Cottesloe WA 6011
9384 0222jigsaw@jigsaw.org.auhttp://www.jigsaw.org.au-32.0155974115.75266999999996Children & FamiliesCottesloe
2065
  
ARCS is an independent, “not for profit” community agency offering professional counselling, support, education, research and information to anyone living with the reality of adoption and being separated from family.
People of any age affected by family separation due to adoption, foster care or relationship breakdown (includes stepfamilies), and people affected by infertility
Tues-Fri 9.00am-4.30pmNo referral required.
301 Railway Parade Maylands WA 6051
9370 4914contact@adoptionwa.org.auhttp://www.adoptionwa.org.au-31.92348999999999115.89760999999998CounsellingMaylands
2066
  
Offers professional counselling, support and information for people dealing with adoption, blended families, foster families, and families created by Assisted Reproductive Technology. Library materials on adoption issues. Consultancy to other professional workers.
Prospective and post-adoptive families in WA.
15 Cambridge Street West Leederville WA 6007
9489 4008http://www.iacaustralia.org/adoption-support-for-families-and-children-asfc/http://www.iacaustralia.org-31.9410102115.840461Children & FamiliesWest Leederville
2067
  
ACSA provides telephone support and information; monthly newsletter, website, workshops for survivors and health care professionals, advocacy on behalf of survivors. Referral to local services. Educates and informs communities and health care professions about the need of those affected.
Adult survivors of all forms of child abuse and neglect and their supporters.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm ESTNo referral required.
Head office is interstate. No physical locations in WA.
(02) 8920 3611admin@blueknot.org.auhttp://www.asca.org.au-33.84764999999999151.21200999999996Advocacy Financial & WelfareMilsons Point
2068
  
Advocare provides systemic and individual advocacy to support the rights of older people and people with disabilities
People aged over 60 years, Aboriginal people aged over 50 years, family members and carers.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pmNo referral required.
1/ 190 Abernethy Road Belmont WA 6104
9479 7566rights@advocare.org.auhttp://www.advocare.org.au-31.9576146115.92966460000002Advocacy Financial & WelfareBelmont
2069
  
Advocacy for or on behalf of all children and young people in State care. The Advocate advances their right to participate in, add value to and question decisions and actions that impact their lives.
Children and young people in care and their families
Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pmNo referral required.
189 Royal Street East Perth WA 6004
9222 2518judith.garsed@dcp.wa.gov.auhttp://www.dcp.wa.gov.au-31.9520233115.87069199999996Advocacy Financial & WelfareEast Perth
2071
  
Access to government and non-government information and services to help the community to make informed decisions about aged-care options for themselves and their family members.
agedcare.website@health.gov.auhttp://www.myagedcare.gov.au or www.health.gov.auSenior Women
2072
  
The Aged Care Complaints Commissioner provides a free service for anyone to raise their concerns about the quality of care or services being delivered to people receiving aged care services funded by the Australian Government.
Persons concerns about the quality of care or services being delivered to people receiving aged care.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm ESTNo referral required.
LVL 18/90 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
1800 550 552enquiries@agedcarecomplaints.gov.auhttps://www.agedcarecomplaints.gov.au/-37.8139833144.97034439999993Complaints & DiscriminationMelbourne
2073
  
The WA AIDS Council provides counseling, wellness, referral, general and financial assistance to people living with HIV; needle and syringe exchange programs; professional training and development for health sector workers and a range of support and prevention education services to target audiences at risk of HIV, sexually transmitted infections and blood borne virus transmissions.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm
664 Murray St, West Perth WA 6005
9482 0044aidsline@waaids.comhttp://www.waaids.com/-31.94822,115.84568Health & WellnessWest Perth
2074
  
The network provides an excellent opportunity to meet other Professional Members from across the industry sectors and build a network of personal contacts.
Professional businesswomen
76 Birkdale Street Floreat WA 6014
9383 8088aimwa@aimwa.comhttp://www.aimwa.com-31.94721031115.8013763Education Employment & TrainingFloreat
2075
  
Offers information and self-help support groups for adults, and youth 8-18 years (Alateen) with alcohol problems in a friend or relative
Family and friends of alcoholics, Alateen for young people aged 8-18 years.
Mon-Fri 10.30am-2.30pmNo referral required.
Room 9, Claisebrook Lotteries House, 33 Moore Street, East Perth WA 6004
1300 252 666 alanonwa@arach.net.auhttp://www.al-anon.alateen.org/australia-31.9537783115.86839780000002Alcohol Drugs & GamblingEast Perth
2076
  
The Albany and Regional Volunteer Centre proovides information about volunteering, volunteering opportunities and a referral service.
Volunteers and organisations
Tues-Thurs 9.00am-3.00pmNo referral required.
2/57-59 Lockyer Ave Centennial Park WA 6330
9841 3588volinfo@arvs.org.auhttp://www.arvs.org.au-35.0189755117.88354759999993VolunteeringAlbany
2077
  
The Children’s Contact Service provides safe, secure and child focused environments in which children can continue to have a relationship with a parent or family member that they do not live with.
Both parties are required to attend individual assessment interviews before the service can provide changeovers or supervision.
Wed, Thurs and Fri 9.00am-2.45pm, Sat 9.00am-4.00pm, Sun1.00pm-5.00pmContact to book a supervised visit.
44 Collie Street Albany WA 6330
9845 6666ccsalbany@anglicarewa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.org.au-35.025463015591117.88323104381561Children & FamiliesAlbany
2078
  
The Centre provides safe, secure accommodation, support, advocacy, referrals, transport if necessary, collection of belongings. Linen, bedding, cooking and washing facilities. Help in getting legal advice, housing, access to an income, storage information, access to State and Commonwealth entitlements, community resources.
Single women and women with children who are living with or leaving family and domestic violence, males who are up to 15 years old.
24 hours, 7 days.  Admin: Mon-Fri 8.00am-4.30pmNo referral required.
St John’s Anglicare Centre, 44 Collie Street Albany WA 6330
9842 1574resi.manager@aysa.org.auAlbany Womens Centre website-35.02523040000001117.88228939999999AccomodationAlbany
2079
  
The Association assists with crisis and transitional supported accommodation, information support and advocacy for at risk young people. Family mediation and counselling. Open access art studio. Outreach and Reconnect.
Young people aged 15-25 years.
7 days, 24 hoursNo referral required.
Young House, 12 Young Street  Albany WA 6330
9842 2082yw@younghouse.org.auAlbany Youth Support Association-35.0177681117.88514229999998AccomodationAlbany
2080
  
The support line provides telephone advice, counselling, information and referral for anyone concerned about their own or anyone elses use of alcohol and other drugs, consultancy to professionals and information and support about blood-borne viruses (HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and C).
People with substance-use concerns
Service available 24/7No referral required.
The service is available 24/7 via phone.
9442 5000alcoholdrugsupport@mhc.wa.gov.auhttp://www.dao.health.wa.gov.au-31.9505269115.86045719999993Alcohol Drugs & GamblingPerth
2081
  
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
People who have an issue with alcohol and have a desire to stop drinking
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pmNo referral required.
Claisebrook Lotteries House, 10/33 Moore Street East Perth WA 6004
1300 22 22 22aaperthwa@iinet.net.auhttp://www.aaperthwa.org-31.9537783115.86839780000002Alcohol Drugs & GamblingEast Perth
2083
  
Aims to reduce the trauma and suffering resulting from sexual and family violence through crisis and long-term counselling, group therapy, childrens counselling, education and training.
People affected by sexual and domestic violence and living in the Peel region.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pmSelf if 13 years or over. Referrals required from general practitioners for children up to 13 years
7 Anzac Place Rockingham WA 6168
9535 8263help@allambee.org.auhttp://www.allambee.org.au-32.28404115.74181999999996CounsellingMandurah
2084
  
Advocates for the needs of people living with all types of dementia, and for their families and carers, and provide support services, education and information.
People with dementia, their families and carers.
Mon-Fri 8.00am-5.00pmNo referral required.
55 Walters Drive Osborne Park WA 6017
9388 2800alzwa@alzheimers.org.auhttp://www.fightdementia.org.au-31.912034042220845115.81341728568077CounsellingShenton Park
2085
  
Ruah provides an emergency accommodation service providing professional services for sole Indigenous women escaping family or social violence, homelessness or other crisis.
Aboriginal women without children escaping family, domestic or social violence.
Monday to Friday : 9am - 5pmNo referral required.
Unit 67 Plaistowe Mews West Perth WA 6005 (Head office)
9328 7562administration@ruah.com.auRuah Community Services-33.1375509999999981.82617200000004AccomodationPerth
2086
  
Addresses all aspects of violence within families including therapeutic, educational and support services for women, men and adolescents.
Geoffrey Sambell Centre, 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 (Head office)
9325 7033enquiries@anglicarewa.org.au-31.9614115.87576Family & Domestic ViolenceEast Perth
2087
  
Accommodation family housing is for families who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness.
Prospective families must have 2 or more children in their care and require urgent housing assistance.
Contact Anglicare WA for further detailsNo referral required.
Geoffrey Sambell Centre, 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 (Head office)
 1300 114 446  or 6310 0581 perth@anglicarewa.org.auAccommodation Family Housing-31.9614115.87576AccomodationEast Perth
2088
  
Advocacy and welfare services including emergency relief.
No referral required
Geoffrey Sambell Centre, 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 (Head office)
9263 2000perth@anglicarewa.org.auhttps://www.anglicarewa.org.au/-31.9614115.87576Advocacy Financial & WelfarePerth
2089
  
The Children’s Contact Service provides safe, secure and child focused environments in which children can continue to have a relationship with a parent or family member that they do not live with. We assist families with changeover and offer supervised visits.
Both parties are required to attend individual assessment interviews before the service can provide changeovers or supervision.
East Perth: Mon, Wed-Fri 9.00am-4.00pm. Supervised visits Sat 9.00am-4.00pm, Sun 1.00pm-5.00pm. Changeover service Fri 4.00-5.00pm, Sat 9.00am-4.00pm, Sun 1.00pm-5.00pmContact to book a supervised visit.
Geoffrey Sambell Centre, 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 (Head office)
9263 2144ccsperth@anglicarewa.org.auhttps://https://www.anglicarewa.org.au/relationships/family-separation-services/children-s-contact-service.aspx-31.9614115.87576Children & FamiliesEast Perth
2091
  
Anglicare WA offers employee assistance to resolve difficulties that might diminish quality of life, reduce job satisfaction or result in problems at work. Help with relationship, bullying and workplace issues. Professional development and relationship education. Offices also at Joondalup, Gosnells, Rockingham, Mandurah.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-4.30pm
Geoffrey Sambell Centre, 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 (Head office)
9263 2000perth@anglicarewa.org.auhttps://www.anglicarewa.org.au/training-courses/employee-assistance-program.aspx-31.9614115.87576Education Employment & TrainingEast Perth
2092
  
Anglicare WA's Relationships Counselling can assist individuals, families and couples work through a wide range of issues.
Make an appointment by calling us
Contact for appointment.No referral required.
Geoffrey Sambell Centre, 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 (Head office)
9263 2050perth@anglicarewa.org.auhttps://www.anglicarewa.org.au/default.aspx-31.9614115.87576Children & FamiliesEast Perth
2095
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
44 Collie Street Albany WA 6330
9845 6666fc.alb@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-35.0257171117.88202469999999Advocacy Financial & WelfareAlbany
2096
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
15 Molloy Street Bunbury WA 6230
9792 1900fcs.bunbury@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-33.32247659999999115.63460650000002Advocacy Financial & WelfareBunbury
2097
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
119/121 Queen Street Busselton WA 6280
9754 1858fc.busselton@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-33.6523195115.34555460000001Advocacy Financial & WelfareBusselton
2098
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
Forrest & Lefroy Streets Collie WA 6225
9734 6500fcs.collie@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-33.3597631116.15736809999998Advocacy Financial & WelfareCollie
2099
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
100 Clive Street Katanning WA 6317
9821 1304fc.katanning@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-33.690187117.556872Advocacy Financial & WelfareKatanning
2100
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
45 Rose Street Manjimup WA 6258
9777 1945fc.manjimup@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-34.240169116.14517799999999Advocacy Financial & WelfareManjimup
2101
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
1 Lowood Road Mount Barker WA 6324
9851 2611fcs.mtbarker@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-34.62289190000001117.66049410000005Advocacy Financial & WelfareMount Barker
2102
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
Suite 5, Armadale Lotteries House, 122 Forrest Road Armadale WA 6112
9394 9200fc.armadale@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-32.1582116.00251Advocacy Financial & WelfareArmadale
2103
  
Anglicare WA offers confidential financial advice and counselling.
Financial Counselling is for anyone seeking financial information. It is an inclusive service that is appropriate for people in a broad range of socio-economic circumstances.
Contact for details.No referral required.
14 Council Avenue Rockingham WA 6168
9528 0717fc.stnicholas@anglicare.wa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.com.au-32.2909956115.74460820000001Advocacy Financial & WelfareRockingham
2104
  
Anglicare WA provides personal, family relationship, family violence and rural counselling available. Victim support. Services for men, carers, parents and adolescents. Childrens contact service, family dispute resolution, counselling and groups for separated parents. Emergency relief, family housing and financial counselling. Young Parents Support Unit, youth housing, support and advocacy for street-present youth.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pm
Suite 9, Level 1, Gosnells Lotteries Community House, Level 1, 2232C Albany Highway WA 6110
9394 9200kinway.gos@anglicarewa.org.auhttp://www.kinway.org.au-32.07131958116.0016403CounsellingGosnells
2105
  
Anglicare WA provides personal, family relationship, family violence and rural counselling available. Victim support. Services for men, carers, parents and adolescents. Childrens contact service, family dispute resolution, counselling and groups for separated parents. Emergency relief, family housing and financial counselling. Young Parents Support Unit, youth housing, support and advocacy for street-present youth.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pm
Suite 5 Level 1 Grace House, 109 Grand Boulevard Joondalup WA 6027
9400 7200kinjoon@anglicarewa.org.auhttp://www.kinway.org.au-31.74087906115.7701797CounsellingJoondalup
2106
  
Anglicare WA provides personal, family relationship, family violence and rural counselling available. Victim support. Services for men, carers, parents and adolescents. Childrens contact service, family dispute resolution, counselling and groups for separated parents. Emergency relief, family housing and financial counselling. Young Parents Support Unit, youth housing, support and advocacy for street-present youth.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pm
Geoffrey Sambell Centre 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 (Head office)
9325 7033perth@anglicarewa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.org.au-31.9614115.87576CounsellingEast Victoria Park
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Anglicare WA provides personal, family relationship, family violence and rural counselling available. Victim support. Services for men, carers, parents and adolescents. Childrens contact service, family dispute resolution, counselling and groups for separated parents. Emergency relief, family housing and financial counselling. Young Parents Support Unit, youth housing, support and advocacy for street-present youth.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pm
14 Council Ave Rockingham WA 6168
9528 0702http://www.kinway.org.au-32.29149115.74497CounsellingRockingham
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People looking for an apprenticeship or traineeship can register with the website's Jobs Board to be advised by email or SMS alerts of vacancies. Manages the apprenticeship and traineeship system in WA and helps employers, apprentices and trainees through every stage of their apprenticeship/ traineeship. Also see Department of Training and Workforce Development - Future Skills WA, Training WA, Career Centre.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm in Perth, varies in regions
Optima Building B Levels 2 and 3, 16 Parkland Road Osborne Park WA 6017
13 19 54apprenticeshipoffice@dtwd.wa.gov.auhttp://www.dtwd.wa.gov.au/apprenticeship-office-31.91654115.81596Education Employment & TrainingOsborne Park
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Helping Minds provides specialist counselling by appointment, in home counselling, telephone support, age appropriate resource information, workshops and support groups.
Carers, family and friends of people who have a mental illness
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pmNo referral required.
The Carer Centre, 182 Lord Street Perth WA 6000
1800 811 747info@helpingminds.org.auhttp://helpingminds.org.au/-31.948017115.87067790000003CarersPerth
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A Counselling service for those bereaved by the suicide of a family member, colleague or friend. Home visits, counselling appointments and telephone counselling can be organised. ARBOR also provides support groups, community events, peer support volunteers. Located in East Perth and metro offices.
People bereaved by the suicide of a family member, colleague or friend
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.00pm
Geoffrey Sambell Centre 23 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004
9263 2150arbor@anglicarewa.org.auhttp://www.anglicarewa.org.au-31.9614115.87576CounsellingEast Perth
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The Centre encourages the gathering of people together to socialise over a cuppa or a craft or topic, and groups and classes are run at low cost to encourage all people from all walks of life to participate.
Persons in the Armadale community.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-3.30pmNo referral required.
101 Challis Rd Seville Grove WA 6112
9497 4794enquiries@armadalecfc.comhttp://armadalecfc.com/-32.13538794799911116.00103914737701Children & FamiliesArmadale
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The Service provides emergency and short-term accommodation for up to 3 months, transitional accommodation from 6-12 months and an independent living program.
Young people aged 15-21 years who are assessed as at risk in an admission interview.
Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pmNo referral required.
Contact for information.
9497 1351ayas@parkerville.org.auArmadale Youth Accommodation Service-33.1375509999999981.82617200000004AccomodationArmadale
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The Gallery features art collections, programs and encounters with the art of WA, Australian Indigenous art and the art of the world.
Wed-Mon 10.00am-5.00pmNo referral required.
Perth Cultural Centre, Roe Street Perth WA 6000
9492 6622 admin@artgallery.wa.gov.auhttp://www.artgallery.wa.gov.au-31.95041399999999115.86060399999996Sport Recreation & the ArtsNorthbridge
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Aims to reduce the incidence and disabling effects of arthritis, osteoporosis and related disease through programs in care, education and research. Advice, information, country rheumatology clinics, self management programs, land and hydrotherapy exercise.
People of any age experiencing arthritis and osteoporosis.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm
17 Lemnos Street Shenton Park WA 6008
9388 2199, 1800 011 041 (Country callers)general@arthritiswa.org.auhttp://www.arthritiswa.org.au-31.95656115.79932DisabilityShenton Park
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Provides information on art events around WA.
No referral required.
233 James Street Northbridge WA 6003
9227 6288hello@artrage.com.auhttp://www.artrage.com.au/-31.94671115.85345000000006Sport Recreation & the ArtsNorthbridge
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ASeTTS offers counselling for one on one, relationships, families, support with cross-cultural and intergenerational difficulties. Services include Strength to Strength Program, Families and Children in Cultural Transition, Good Food for New Arrivals, women-only and men-only social groups, advocacy, referrals to professionals, education and training and public awareness raising.
People who have experienced torture and/or trauma due to religious, cultural and/or political persecution as a result of war or a war-like situation, including incidents related to flight from persecution prior to arrival in Australia.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pm
286 Beaufort Street Perth WA 6000
9227 2700reception@asetts.org.auhttp://www.asetts.org.au-31.94453049115.865799MulticulturalPerth
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The Association provides a talking book library, mobility instructors, social work, occupational therapy, recreation and leisure program, specialist service for children, peer support programs, technology training; Low Vision Centre. Regional branches in Albany, Bunbury, Geraldton and Mandurah.
People who are blind or vision impaired
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm
61 Kitchener Avenue Victoria Park WA 6100
9311 8202info@guidedogswa.com.auhttp://www.guidedogswa.com.au-31.97088051115.9011383DisabilityVictoria Park
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The Association provides information and advice to parents, professionals, students. Hospital familiarisation program for children 4-8 years. Speakers. Liaison with policy-making bodies and hospital administration on behalf of young patients and their families. Library on child and adolescsnt health care.
Children and adolescents in health care especially before, during and after hospitalisation
Mon, Wed, Fri, 9.30am-2.30pm during school terms. Library Mon-Tues 9.00am-1.00pm ESTNo referral required.
AWCH WA PO Box D184 Perth WA 6840
9340 7800awchwa@health.wa.gov.auhttp://www.awch.org.au/-31.9462972115.8365652Advocacy Financial & WelfareSubiaco
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A free service offering individual short-term counselling, advocacy, information and referral support, and group programs.
City of Cockburn residents
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.00pmSelf or via agency, by appointment only
Atwell Community Centre, Lombe Gardens, Atwell WA 6164
9414  6011http://www.cockburn.wa.gov.au-32.1374738115.86821740000005Children & FamiliesAtwell
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AAA offers community settlement support, immigration advice, legal advice (by appointment), aged-care services, learning resource centre, emergency relief.
Migrants and refugees
Perth Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm Gosnells Tues and Thurs 10.00am-2.00pm
275 Stirling Street Perth WA 6000
Perth 9328 6202, 9328 1160. Gosnells 9398 9156Perth office: austasia1@iinet.net.au, Youth Coordinator: youthcoordinator@iinet.net.auhttp://www.aaawa.org.au-31.94339943115.8680801MulticulturalPerth
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The Office works on individual initiatives, community projects, educational activities and partnerships with government and non-government organisations.
453 Marmion Street Myaree WA 6154
9330 6999ABC@wa.bahai.org.auhttp://www.bahai.org.au-32.03990936115.8152466MulticulturalMyaree
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The Association offers education and support, telephone and email counselling, forums on website, local meeting and discussion groups, breastfeeding education classes and breast pump hire.
All mothers and babies whether breastfeeding or not.
7 days, 24 hoursNo referral required.
1818-1822 Malvern Rd, Malvern East VIC 3145
1800 686 268info@breastfeeding.asn.auhttp://www.breastfeeding.asn.au-37.86899695409081145.06017610430717Pregnancy & ChildbirthMalvern East
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A telephone information and advice on the impact of print, electronic and screen-based media on young people. Advocacy for the needs and interests of children in relation to the media. Know Before You Go Movie Review Service: parents and caregivers can access the website or helpline to find out if a movie contains violence.
Contact for further details.
Mon-Thurs 9.00am-3.30pm SA time. Helpline 7 days, 24 hoursNo referral required.
Located interstate.
1800 700 357admin@youngmedia.org.auhttp://www.childrenandmedia.org.au-34.97659110000001138.51622229999998Advocacy Financial & WelfarePerth
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DoHA promotes healthy living and communicates information about health and ageing services. Manages the Commonwealth's health and ageing programs and enquiries and complaints concerning aged-care facilities. Works with consumers, communities and providers.
Mon-Fri 8.00am-5.00pm
Level 1, Australia Place,  15-17 William Street, Perth WA 6000
1800 198 008, 9346 5111enquiries@health.gov.auhttp://www.health.gov.au or www.agedcareaustralia.gov.au or www.bladderbowel.gov.au-31.95522115.85575Health & WellnessPerth
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Answers queries regarding people who want to visit, work, study or live in Australia and how to become an Australian citizen. Information encouraging complicance, preventing illegal migration, immigration detention centres.
Contact for details.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.00pmNo referral required.
836 Wellington Street West Perth WA 6005
13 18 81http://www.immi.gov.au-31.9476124115.84834460000002BusinessPerth
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The Office for Women (OfW) consults across government and with a wide range of non-Government organisations to address the Government's three priority areas.
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.30pm AESTNo referral required.
Australia Place, 15-17 William Street Perth WA 6000
1300 653 227women@fahcsia.gov.auhttp://www.fahcsia.gov.au-31.95529709999999115.85581189999993Womens OrganisationsPerth
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AIRWA's mission is to represent immigrant and refugee women across Australia, ensuring that their circumstances, views and concerns are brought to the attention of government in a timely manner and are included in government policy.
Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre, North Building, Room 7B, Level 2, 180 London Circuit, Canberra City ACT 2600
(02) 6257 1002info@airwa.orghttp://www.airwa.org-35.28057149.13091MulticulturalCanberra
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Teh Association provides productivity tools, advisory services and market intelligence to accelerate business growth. Leadership and programs within the information communication technologies industries.
Suite B, 7-11 Barry Drive Turner ACT 2612
(02) 6281 9400aiiawaeo@aiia.com.auhttp://www.aiia.com.au-35.27539149.1278BusinessCanberra
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The Institute aims to provide leadership on director issues and promote excellence in governance to achieve a positive impact for the economy and society.
Allendale Square, 1/77 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6000
9320 1700wa@aicd.com.auhttp://aicd.companydirectors.com.au/contact/western-australia-31.9557115.8581BusinessPerth
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Quick search for a psychologist in your area. Access over 2,600 psychologists Australia wide, who are in private practice and provide services for a fee. Psychologists listed in this referral database have paid an annual fee to participate.
1800 333 497http://www.psychology.org.au/Counselling
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Provides support to people before, during and after disasters. Red Cross distributes resources that can help families, seniors, children and people with disabilities plan for and recover from disasters. During an emergency Red Cross may assist to reunite.
110 Goderich Street East Perth  WA  6004
9225 8888, 9325 5111wareception@redcross.org.auhttp://www.redcross.org.au-31.95694923115.8712387Emergency & CrisisEast Victoria Park
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The Community Development Programme provides in-home assistance and training which includes house work, shopping, laundry, cooking, child-minding, gardening, budgeting and a friendly listening ear.
Individuals and families in crisis with no external support
Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm
9 Robertson Street Perth WA 6000
9328 5321arms@ywamperth.org.auhttp://www.arms.org.au-31.94828033115.8722916Emergency & CrisisPerth
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The ASF focusses on facilitating access to and scholarships for Australian not-for-profit boards and managers to undertake education, training and development programs that improve their ability to lead and manage.
PO Box 320 Turramurra NSW 2074 Australia
1300 248 675info@scholarships.org.auhttp://www.scholarships.org.auEducation Employment & Training
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AWAVA’s focus is to ‘ensure that all women and children are able to live free from all forms of violence and abuse’. The Alliance recognises that violence against women is both a consequence and cause of gender and other social inequalities, in all sectors of society and must be addressed by promoting women’s empowerment.
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PO Box 1579 Canberra City ACT 2601
(02) 6175 9924, 24/7Counselling Line 1800 737 732info@awava.org.auhttp://www.awava.org.auWomens OrganisationsCanberra
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A national body of about 500 members from a cross-section of industries including farmers, scientists, educators, communicators and others. Lobbies on behalf of women in agriculture, runs supporting projects, provides support and mentoring for members, newsletter.
Australian Women in Agriculture.
No referral required.
12 Deakin Court Wangaratta VIC 3677
0403 292 158 Administration Officeradministration@awia.org.auhttp://www.awia.org.au-36.33409040000001146.3081211Womens OrganisationsWangaratta
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All services provided by the Autism Association are developed to meet the needs of people with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families. The service delivery model in each program is designed to meet the particular needs of people with autism.
People with a formal diagnosis of autism
Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm
215 Stubbs Terrace Shenton Park WA 6008
9489 8900autismwa@autism.org.auhttp://www.autism.org.au-31.95775032115.8060379DisabilityShenton Park
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Autism West offers innovative and social groups for people on the spectrum aged 3 years to 25 years including networking, conferences, workshops, advocacy, the Argonaut Autism Resource Centre and school holiday programs.
Children with autism spectrum, their families and interested people
41 Broadway Nedlands WA 6009
6389 1833, 0412 657 750info@autismwest.org.auhttp://www.autismwest.org.au-31.97879982115.8142395DisabilityNedlands
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Provides a diverse range of services to youth aged between 12 and 24 years in the Avon Valley region. Support services for those at risk of homelessness are also available.
Young people aged 12-24 years
Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pmSelf and agency
371 Fitzgerald Street East, Northam WA 6401
9622 2612denese.smythe@avonyouth.org.auhttp://www.avonyouth.org.au-31.658701116.66595210000002Children & FamiliesNortham
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Avondale features a childrens adventure playground, animal nursery, picnic area, nature reserve, homestead, stables, museum, August Bi-annual Truck Muster, November Harvest Festival.
See webpage for public opening hours.No referral required.
550 Waterhatch Road, Beverley WA 6304
9646 1004dina.blennard@ntwa.com.auhttp://www.beverleywa.com/avondale-32.10906004615423116.92445397377014Sport Recreation & the ArtsBeverley
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A mobile youth service support for young people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Connecting to Learning support to access alternative education.
Young people living in Mirrabooka, Girrawheen, Balga, Koondoola and n the surrounding areas
Mon-Fri 9.00am-4.30pmNo referral required.
72 Finchley Crescent, Balga WA 6061
9342 9669, 9349 7730 Community Youth Health Nursebdywp@iimetro.com.au-31.851087834015686115.84936693310737Younger WomenBalga
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Baptistcare provides individualised support to people with disabilities from offices in Perth, Mandurah, Bunbury, Narrogin and Geraldton. This includes accommodation, support, intensive family support, alternatives to employment and post-school options.
100 Welshpool Road Welshpool WA 6106
9282 8600admin@baptistcare.com.auhttp://www.baptistcare.com.au-32.004471115.978999DisabilityWelshpool
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Provides face-to-face counselling from centres in metropolitan area on relationships, addictions, anger, trauma, grief and anxiety. Specific employee services for organisations including face-to-face counselling, support groups and education.
Mon-Fri, 8.30am-4.30pm. Counselling available outside these hours
100 Welshpool Road Welshpool WA 6106
9282 3600counselling@baptistcare.com.auhttp://www.baptistcare.com.au-31.99285115.9272CounsellingBentley
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The Bassendean Volunteer Centre provides:
a central point and link for volunteer enquiries, for community organisations recruiting volunteers and Council volunteers, promotion of volunteering and the benefits that are involved, and
training and information sharing opportunities for community organisations.
Volunteers and organisations
Mon-Fri (excluding public holidays) 9.00am-4.00pmNo referral required.
50 Old Perth Road Bassendean WA 6054
9377 2191volunteer@bassendean.wa.gov.auhttp://bassendeanvolunteer.com.au/-31.90418540000001115.9497275VolunteeringBassendean
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The Centre aims to develop and coordinate activities for all members of the community.
Persons within the local community and surrounding areas.
Mon-Fri 9.00am-2.00pmNo referral required.
53-59 Murray Street Bayswater WA 6053
9370 5205baysfam@bigpond.net.auhttp://www.bfc.asn.au-31.92288115.90868Children & FamiliesBayswater
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Community nurses provide special emphasis on postnatal depression and parenting support.
No referral required.
22 Coolgardie Street Bentley WA 6102
9458 4383-32.00242996115.9166794Pregnancy & ChildbirthBentley
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Best Beginnings is a home visiting service for families of new infants. It involves regular visits to your home by caring, trained professionals who provide support, advice, information, connections and practical help.
You can continue in the program until your child is 2 years old
Home visiting service.Contact your nearest Best Beginnings team to find out if you can use the service.
Armadale (08) 9497 6555, Cannington (08) 9351 0888, Fremantle (08) 9431 8800, Joondalup (08) 9301 3600, Mandurah (08) 9583 6688, Midland (08) 9250 6003, Mirrabooka (08) 9344 9666, Perth (08) 9214 2444, Rockingham (08) 9527 0100https://www.dcp.wa.gov.au/SupportingIndividualsAndFamilies/Pages/BestBeginnings.aspxChildren & FamiliesPerth
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