Domestic violence help
in your region
If you are 12 to 25 and going through a tough time headspace Bunbury is here to help. Health professionals in headspace Centres around Australia can help with mental and physical health, alcohol and other drugs, and work and study. Visits are free and confidential.
Doors Wide Open is a not-for-profit organisation providing access to a variety of services and resources to help people recover from addiction. They also provide a place for friends and family to have access to resources and services to help them to cope with their loved ones addiction, and to have a greater understanding of their addiction.
DK Family Legal offer a free initial one hour consult. They can assist in areas including:
The child and adolescent program provides assessment, treatment and support for children and adolescents up to 18 years of age with severe and persistent mental health disorders and/or self harming/suicidal ideations and/or behaviours, as well as assistance for their family/carers
The Grow Program is based on a 12-step program of personal growth of mutual help and support. The Grow Program is all-inclusive and draws on many principles for mental, social and spiritual health. At each meeting, members share about how they came to GROW and how they are exploring self-improvement strategies on their road to recovery. Joining a Grow group is free – you don’t need to have a referral or a doctor’s diagnosis. Groups are confidential and members can choose to remain anonymous.