The African Community in Western Australia provides settlement support, advocacy, community information and education for new African migrants and assists in mediation and conflict resolution. The community also organises social and cultural activities.
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The Boab Festival aims to promote and coordinate two weeks of events that showcase the talents and attractions of the West Kimberley.
Broome Circle offers a wide range of services to the Broome community, from parenting advice and drug and alcohol counselling to financial and family counselling.
Counselling, workshops and recreational activities for refuge young people
Daydawn Advocacy Centre is an initiative by the Roman Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Perth, Western Australia. It is an initiative on behalf of indigenous people, especially Noongar people of the South West, whose rights and legitimate aspirations are often difficult to attain. It is an act of solidarity for those who suffer disadvantage […]
A round-the-clock residential withdrawal treatment and respite service for young people under 22 years who are affected by alcohol and other drugs. This service includes a medical assessment, ongoing health reviews and pharmacological interventions. DAYS staff also case manage and monitor the physical, psychological and mental health of young people.
This group provides positive entertainment and constructive fun for young people in Geraldton. Decibel’s aim is to be a positive impact on youth in the local community and to provide a place for young people to come every Friday night that is smoke, drug and alcohol Free!.
DICC is a community outreach begun by Duncraig Uniting Church congregation. Currently there are two main programs: Parish Pantry which assists families and individuals in financial crisis. No Interest Loans: we assist people on low incomes to apply for loans for household goods, which are provided and administered by WA NILS.
A self help centre for people with disabilities and their families, seeks to be a place where each person recognises that “God is with us”.