Onslow Sun Chalets

Accommodation options and packages to suit all! Located conveniently close to all of towns main amenities. Free Wi-fi is available to all guests. 
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Pilbara Alcohol and Drug Services

The Pilbara Community Alcohol and Drug Service, provided by Mission Australia, offers a range of services that assist individuals and communities to address drug and alcohol use and strives to increase the wellbeing of people living in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia.
The service aims to engage directly with individuals, families and communities to:
– Prevent problems arising from alcohol and other drug use
– Provide treatment support for people struggling with their wellbeing
– Community support to assist communities in becoming more resilient in coping with the effects of alcohol and other drugs
Services provided by the Pilbara Community Alcohol and Drug Service are focused on not only reducing levels of alcohol and drug related harm, but improving the general health and wellbeing, relationships, engagement, and general living conditions within Pilbara communities. From the service locations in South Hedland, Karratha, Newman and Tom Price, Clinical Case Managers engage with small and remote communities through outreach trips.
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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Housing Support

The housing support service supports and  assists clients to obtain secure, stable, and long term accommodation. Working closely with other services such as Department of Communities, the housing support service focuses on educating clients so they have the skills and knowledge to sustain and maintain their long term tenancy.
 
The housing support service is located in Karratha, Roebourne, South Hedland and Newman. The service focuses on 3 key strategies:
• Breaking the cycle of homelessness to help people get back on their feet, find stable accommodation and obtain employment;
• A better connected service system that will build more connected, integrated and responsive services that strive to achieve; and
• Sustainable housing, and improve economic and social participation of those at risk of homelessness.
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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Disability Advocacy

The Disability Advocacy Service recognises there is a gap between people living disability in the Pilbara and the services available to them for advocacy, advice and support. The service is committed to improving the lives and opportunities for people with disability. The service has a solicitor dedicated to Disability Advocacy and can assist with any legal issues including:
 
  • Discrimination claims
  • Preparing or appealing a Disability Support Pension
  • Preparing or appealing a Carer Allowance claim
  • Appointing Power of Attorney, Guardian to make decisions for you
  • Making an advanced health directive
  • Eligibility for government benefits
  • Eligibility for NDIS
  • Elder abuse
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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Indigenous Advancement Outreach Program

The program provides outreach to Indigenous people across the Pilbara and travels to deliver family law services and advice in matters such as wills, deceased estates, assist widowed family members to apply for probate, estate planning, advice and representation on civil matters (not including family and domestic violence) and enduring powers of attorney and guardianship.
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Tom Price Youth Centre – Case Management, Counselling, Support & Advocacy and Mediation Services

Case Management, Counselling, Support & Advocacy and Mediation Services are provided in many areas of inquiry through referrals from other agencies, self-referrals and from parents who
may require assistance. Counselling is included in the case management process but some clients attend for counselling only, which is available in the following areas:

  • Alcohol and Drug Use
  • Family & Relationship Breakdown
  • Sexuality and sexual health issues
  • Aggressive Behaviour and Anger Management
  • Suicide and Self harming behaviours
  • Police & Legal Issues
  • Education, Employment & Training
  • Parent & Family Support
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Tom Price District Hospital

Tom Price District Hospital provides an emergency services department.
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Tom Price Library

Tom Price Library provides internet access and other services are available in the library including photocopying and laminating.

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Men’s Shed – Tom Price

Men’s Sheds provide a safe, welcoming and encouraging space for men to work on their projects, learn new skills and develop valuable friendships.
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Tom Price Youth Support Association – Youth Recreation and Development

The youth drop in facilities provide young people with a safe place to meet and interact. The Tom Price Youth Centre offers a number of Life Skills training courses and access to programs for youth which encourage participation and self generated involvement. These include:

  • Music Program
  • Peer Support Program (PSP)
  • Girls In Tune (GIT)
  • Guy Talk X-Treme (GTX)
  • Leadership Training
  • Alcohol & Drugs – Harm -Minimisation
  • Boxing Program
  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
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Tom Price Tourist Park

Tom Price Tourist Park has accommodation options for backpackers, couples and families. Pets are also welcome on the powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites.

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Tom Price Youth Centre – Job Search

The Tom Price Youth Centre provides young people, and at times members of the broader community with assistance in job search. This includes canvassing job vacancies locally, resume writing, job applications, and work experience placements.

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Tom Price Medical Centre

This Practice is a private billing practice. Fees include the Medicare payment and a gap fee.

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St John Ambulance – Onslow

St John Ambulance is responsible for receiving all State-wide emergency triple zero (000) calls requiring ambulance attendance.

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St John Ambulance Service – Tom Price

St John Ambulance is responsible for receiving all State-wide emergency triple zero (000) calls requiring ambulance attendance.

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Something for Everyone

Something for Everyone is a Onslow based Op Shop selling second hand goods.

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Services Australia – Agent and Access Point

At an Agent and Access Point you can access all of the following services:

  • use internet enabled computers and printers
  • access free Wi-Fi without a password
  • get brochures and fact sheets
  • call us using the phone provided
  • use the phone claiming service
  • get reply paid Medicare envelopes
  • scan, copy, print and upload documents
  • verify identity documents

At an Agent you can also:

  • get help to set up and access digital services
  • get help with general questions about our payments and services
  • get a referral to other services.
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REFAP

REFAP was established to help more Aboriginal people gain skilled, long-term employment in Pilbara workplaces. REFAP is the operator of the Community Development Program (CDP): Under the CDP, future employees and employers benefit from a range of innovative and effective free services that give them the resources and guidance they need to succeed, such as:

  • support programs
  • education & training
  • community support
  • connecting job seekers in the Karratha region
  • workplace mentoring
  • hosted work placement
  • employer incentive scheme
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Police – Paraburdoo

The Paraburdoo police cover Innawanga, Nanutarra, Paraburdoo and Rocklea.
 
For emergency call 000.
 
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Police – Onslow

Onslow police cover Onslow, Peedamulla, Talandji and Yannarie.
 
For emergency call 000.
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Over the past two years DVassist has been offering a telephone and webchat counselling service as part of a pilot project funded by the Commonwealth Government.

The project is now complete and consequently our counselling services are no longer operating as of Friday 21 October 2022.

For 24-hour confidential information, counselling and support for family and domestic violence please call
1800 Respect on 1800 737 732.

For crisis support, including referrals to women’s refuges, please call Women’s Domestic Violence Helpline on
1800 007 339.

If you are in immediate danger
please call 000.

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