Aboriginal legal service to assist indigenous people in understanding the legal and judicial system.
Come and enjoy our indoor aquatic facility which offers a family friendly environment and a range of swimming and relaxation options. ALAC has easy access and changing facilities for the elderly, parents with prams and for people with disabilities.
ALAC features• 25m swimming pool• Leisure pool with beach entry& river ride• Spa and steam room• Water slide• Gym – 21 cardio machines, 19 pin loaded machines• Group fitness room – Les Mills classes• RPM• Aqua group fitness classes• Indoor and outdoor courts• Synthetic and grass hockey fields• Climbing wall• ‘Swim 2 Survive’
Provides accommodation and outreach services to women and children living with or leaving family/domestic violence. Children must attend service with mother. Boys over 15 will be accommodated elsewhere.
Provides counselling, information and education services to women experiencing problems with their own, or someone else’s drug, alcohol or other substance use.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a service where individuals share their experience, strength and hope to address alcoholism. This service others membership to individuals where the single requirement is to have the desire to stop drinking. Free meetings are provided to help individuals find the road to recovery that is free of alcohol.
Alive and kicking goals is a youth suicide prevention project currently based in the kimberley- WA. It aims to reduce the high suicide rate amongst indigenous youth in and around Broome through the use of football and peer education.
The Foundation aims to raise the level of awareness of meningococcal disease and to provide funding for research
ARAFMI is an organisation supporting those with friends or relatives with a mental illness.
ARAFMI is an organisation for friends and relatives of those with a mental illness.