A local Cancer Support Group that provides an opportunity for residents undergoing cancer treatment and their family/carer to access a subsidised transport service for treatment appointments, and to meet on a monthly basis in a supportive environment.
It has been Ability Centre’s aim for over 60 years to help Western Australians living with disability achieve their dreams and celebrate possibilities. Ability Centre cares about adding value every step of the way to foster long lasting relationships whilst adapting to the changing needs of people with disability, placing them at the forefront of service excellence and as a leading disability service provider in the state.
Provides a support service to Aboriginal grandparents and families. Services include; information and support; advocacy and referral. Education; legal advice; Centrelink; housing; government services; medical; counselling; respite care; community develop
The aim of the organisation is to engage the community and service providers in the healing, early intervention and prevention of abortion related mental illness in women and men.
A not-for-profit organisation established in 1984. Provides support to those diagnosed with Acoustic Neuroma or other tumours affecting Cranial Nerves. Gathers and provides information to patients and families.
Supports people with an intellectual disability to enjoy their life and use their abilities to reach their potential and gain greater independence. Employment assistance, accommodation, travel and recreation.
Provides systemic and individual advocacy to support the rights of older people and people with disabilities. Advocates empower clients with information and provide options so they can make decisions based on well informed choices.
Provides both crisis supported accommodation and counselling services. We service the South West with crisis accommodation tenant advice; parenting skills; youth counselling; drug and alcohol information and men’s relationship counselling. All crisis accommodation is mainly for people age between 15-19 years. Others will be provided support but not accommodation straight away.
PO Box 6498 South Bunbury WA 6230
Freecall: 1800 155 799
Helps families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with someone whose drinking is a problem. Contact for meeting details.
A search and support service to reunite people separated by adoption; fostering or loss of birth family for other reasons. Information; mediation and counselling available.
Counselling and support services to reduce the trauma and suffering of survivors (and their families); who are affected by sexual and family violence in the Peel region.
Alongside provides support, education, respite and empowerment for partners, family and close friends of anyone affected by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. On a broader level, Alongside aims to liaise with Government, Local Authorities and relevant stakeholders to help families of Defence, emergency services and other organisations to provide early intervention responses and ongoing support of those working on the front line, from recruitment through to discharge from service and beyond.
Provides telephone support; literature and contact with other sufferers for people with Alopecia and their families. Main focuses are providing support, spreading awareness and supporting research on Alopecia.
It is our vision to bring together a community of carers with a shared understanding of what it means to care for someone with dementia. What we do: AAWA provides Carer Support Groups and Carer Support and Information Programs for carers who are caring for a loved one living with dementia in the community (not in residential care). Various locations in metropolitan and regional areas.