Australian Red Cross Shop – Bunbury

Each of our Red Cross Shops is stocked with a unique collection of quality pre-loved clothing, shoes, accessories and homewares

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Adult Migrant English Program – Bunbury

We provide free English language tuition through the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP). You may be eligible for AMEP if you are a migrant or humanitarian visa entrant. Learning English can help you to settle into your new life in Australia.

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South West Women’s Health & Information Centre – Well Women’s Clinic

SWWHIC take a holistic approach to empowering women to care for their health and well-being. All of their Well Women’s Clinic services are provided by a qualified nurse.
 
The centre offers:
 
• Pap Smear clinic – Monday mornings
• Education on breast self-examinations
• A thorough discussion on all women’s health issues with our Nurse.
The women’s clinic provides Pap smears for women if they are under 70 years of age and if you have ever had sex.
Cost is $30 ($10 for concession card holders)
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St Vincent De Paul – Financial Counselling

Vinnies financial counsellors are qualified professionals who offer independent financial advice and advocacy for people in financial difficulty.
 
Our counsellors work with clients to achieve positive financial outcomes, helping them to build their own capacity to avert financial crisis and reduce stress. 
 
Qualified financial counsellors can assist with queries and information including:
• Understanding your financial situation and taking control
• Strategies and options for dealing with financial difficulties
• Budgeting and practical steps to relieve financial stress
• Understanding your rights and responsibilities
• Negotiating with creditors
• The debt recovery process and the court system in relation to debt collection
• How the law can protect you in difficult financial times
• Bankruptcy information
• Referral to other specialised and appropriate services
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Bunbury Multicultural Group – Driving To Make A Difference Project

The ‘Driving to make a Difference’ project is initiated by the Bunbury Multicultural Group and delivered in partnership with the Multicultural Services Centre WA. It gives culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) women the opportunity to have their driving lessons and their driving assessment paid for. This project develops the status of women, builds capacity and helps them become more confident and able to access community events and networks and integrate into community easier.
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Anglicare WA – MensTime

Developed by men for men, MensTime offers professional counselling that is private and confidential to work through multiple issues by providing advice, strategies, referral and relevant information.
The Service also runs seminars and group programs that cover a broad range of topics.
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Multicultural Services Centre Bunbury

The Bunbury office of MSCWA administers a Federally-funded Settlement Support Program, for new migrants who have arrived in Australia (eligible clients must hold specific visas within the Humanitarian, Family or Skilled streams, or be a dependent of those visa holders). They offer Peer Support groups, group information sessions, craft and social activities for women, free English lessons, Homework Help and other programs for Youth as well as school-aged young people. They also provide some casework, advocacy, and referrals support, may be able to offer help in financial crises.
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Bunbury Multicultural Group – This is Me Program

The ‘This is Me’ program presents migrant stories in public spaces and cafes throughout the year. Hosted by the Bunbury Multicultural Group in partnership with the City of Bunbury and ABC South West, people are encouraged to share their stories and experiences of settling into the South West in a safe, welcoming environment. This is Me helps to builds knowledge, awareness, harmony and acceptance in the greater Bunbury community.
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The Fathering Project in Schools

More effective fathers and father-figures means a generation of kids with happier, healthier futures. The Fathering Project aims to positively promote the important role of fathers through the formation of Dads Groups across Australia.
These groups organise regular activities that provide a safe and inclusive environment where fathers can engage with their kids, learn, share and connect with each other. 
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PFLAG Bunbury

Their services provide peer support for parents, families and friends of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or questioning (LGBTIQ+). Their meetings provide a confidential, safe and warm environment where people can share concerns and receive comfort and reassurance. Services include monthly support group meetings in Bunbury, a resource library and education.
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APM Employment Services

The employment services help people in Bunbury to find and keep a job through the Australian Government’s jobactive program.
APM’s Disability Employment Services helps people with an injury, illness or disability find a job with a local Bunbury employer. They also provide workplace modification, assessment, school leaver, and ongoing support services.
 
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Relationships Australia – LGBTIQ+ Counselling Services

Relationships Australia’s services are available to LGBTIQ+ individuals and they provide a safe, supportive environment for LGBTIQ+ couples and individuals to work on their relationship concerns as well as their own personal issues.
 
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Vinnies Shop Bunbury

The Vinnies thrift shop sells second hand clothing and homeware.
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South West Community Alcohol and Drug Service – Bunbury

The South West Community Drug Service Team is a specialist team working with clients within the south west of WA to reduce the harm associated with the use of alcohol and other drugs.

The team is multidisciplinary, working closely with mental health service providers, medical and health professionals, Department of Community Development, Department of Corrective Services, other human service providers and local communities.

Our aim is to provide (free of charge) easily accessible counselling and support for individual’s and their significant others and consultation, shared case management, education, training and counselling for the community of the South West.

 
Assists communities to reduce  the level of harmful alcohol and other drug use within their areas and currently work in the districts of Bunbury, Collie, Nannup and Manjimup. 
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South West Refuge

Refuge provides crisis accommodation, support and advocacy for women escaping domestic and family violence. Children are supported by our specialist Child Advocate. Cultural, language and disability access needs are met to the best of our ability, with help from other agencies when required.
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South West Refuge – Family and Domestic Violence Outreach Service

Confidential support for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence.
We assist with FVRO applications, Court support, Safety planning, Links to local service, Assessing risk, Advocacy, and Referrals to specialised counselling
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South West Refuge – Safe @ Home

Confidential support for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence to stay in their home, when it is safe to do so.

Provides support and help with security of the home when the person using violence has moved out due to a Court Order.

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South West Counselliing

Counselling services are available to individuals, including children, couples, families and workplaces. Services include:
 
* Counselling and advocacy
* Mediation (not for family dispute resolution)
* Therapeutic, psycho-educational and support groups
* Professional supervision
* Employee assistance programs
* Workshops and seminars
* Critical incident management
* Organisational development services
 
Areas of counselling include:
 
* Family and domestic violence
* Sexual abuse
* Alcohol and substance misuse
* Anxiety
* Depression
* Family separation
* Sexuality
* Trauma
* Health issues
 
We have offices in Busselton, Dunsborough and Margaret River and offer face to face counselling Monday – Thursday. Phone and virtual services are also available. The administration and intake team answer queries 5 days a week.
 
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JSW Training and Community Services

JSW is a nationally registered NDIS provider with a local and focus and understanding. They helps their clients take control, make choices and decide. Each support plan is tailored to provide their clients with the skills to enable them to live the most independent life that they can.
 
  • Development of daily living and life skills: training and development activities undertaken by the participant or their support network to increase their ability to live as autonomously as possible; training can be provided individually and can include skills in daily life activities, communication and social skills and problem-solving
  • Community participation and social activities: attending a course or class to pursue an interest, joining a club or social group, going on holidays or a day out, attending a show or concert or a trip to the movies, developing skills to get out and about – like using public transport
  • Access and maintain employment: workplace assistance support to help individuals and/or groups of individuals find jobs, making use of professional networks to locate and communicate with employers
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St Jude’s Health Care Services – Disability Service

Their disability services include housing and accommodation (short and long-term), in-home support, community participation (social activities or transport), or allied health and therapy services.
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