Midwest Mental Health and Community Alcohol and Drug Service

The Midwest Mental Health and Community Alcohol and Drug Service provides assessment, treatment and advice to people with moderate to severe mental health and/or drug and alcohol issues. They also support carers, other local health services and other agencies who work with people experiencing mental health and/or drug and alcohol issues in various ways such as:
* Needle exchanges
* Individual and group counselling
* Referrals to detox and rehabilitation services
* Drug and alcohol education and awareness programs in the community
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Centrecare – Emergency Relief

 Emergency relief funds can be provided through the financial counselling program when required. 
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Carnarvon Womens Walking Group

The Carnarvon Women’s Walking Group meet every Wednesday for a morning session at 9am and an afternoon session at 4pm for women in the community to come together to exercise, meet new people and enjoy the connections they make with other women.
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PCYC – safeSPACE – Carnarvon

safeSPACE is PCYC’s core Diversionary Program for vulnerable children and young people at risk. 
Operating as an After School Hours Program provides young people with a safe place to go – somewhere they can feel at home, make friends and take part in fun activities.
When children and young people live too far to walk to a Centre, the PCYC can provide transport to safeSPACE sessions, collecting them and taking them home at the end of the session, providing healthy snacks and dinner before transporting them home.
A huge range of activities are offered at safeSPACE Programs, from basketball to skating, bike riding, arts and crafts, cooking, and help with homework, as well as a chance to hang out with friends in a safe, supportive environment.
As well as entertaining children and young people, the safeSPACE Program plays a vital role keeping them safe. As young people build relationships with PCYC staff and trust them to talk to, this provides an avenue for PCYC to refer to other agencies and services that can help with further issues such as their mental health, family violence and drug abuse.
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Mayu Mia Youth Hub

This facility offers a large range of youth oriented programs, workshops, events and activities every week and throughout the year. Featuring a multi-purpose building, the youth hub is a youth friendly zone and a safe place where young people can develop new skills, enhance existing abilities and socialise with peers.

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RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park

RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park is a pet friendly accommodation option offering a range of accommodation including self-contained cabins, brand new studios and powered and unpowered sites. Their facilities include a kitchen, laundry facilities, fax/photocopying and wifi access.
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Coral Bay Nursing Post

The Coral Bay Nursing Post provides emergency and primary healthcare services to Coral Bay residents and visitors. The post is staffed by a Clinical Nurse Specialist, and is supported by a doctor by fortnightly visits, and other health professionals visits as the need arises. The nurse has extensive knowledge and skills in advanced assessment, diagnosis, nursing care and evaluation. 
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Aboriginal Legal Service Carnarvon

The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Limited (ALSWA) is a not for profit organisation which provides legal representation and support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Western Australia. They provide services regarding Criminal Law and Family Law and Child Protection
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CFSS WA – Financial Counselling Service

Financial Counselling Services assist individuals and families on low incomes experiencing financial difficulties. CFSS WA Ltd works with clients to resolve financial crises such as the risk of legal action, loss of essential services or eviction. Services offer information, conduct assessments and provide options and supports to assist consumers address identified problems and manage their financial situation more effectively. This service also provides support to people throughout the Gascoyne Region, Gascoyne Junction, Mungullah Community and Burringurrah Community.
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Aboriginal Medical Service – Outreach Service – Carnarvon Gascoyne

The Carnarvon Service provides services for Indigenous people which include child health and immunisation, dental health, environmental health, general consultations, outreach services to in the Mungullah Community within the Gascoyne Junction region, which are closed every second Friday, visits by health specialists and pharmacy services. 
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Carnarvon Men’s Shed

Men’s Sheds are a place for community, health and the wellbeing of men. 
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Aboriginal Family Legal Services Carnarvon

The Aboriginal Family Law Services can assist people with their family law matters when there are children involved. They will represent clients in the Family Court WA, however much of their work involves helping clients to work out parenting agreements. Here are some things they can help with:

  • Assistance in child matters;
  • Negotiating parenting arrangements;
  • Family Court applications;
  • Recovery Orders;
  • Parenting Arrangements;
  • Contested & Consent Orders;
  • Advice for grandparents and other family rights.

The Carnarvon office also services Burringurrah, Exmouth, Shark Bay and Onslow.

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Gascoyne Community Legal Centre

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Carnarvon Child Health Centre

The Carnarvon Child Health Centre is a maternal, child and family health service. An appointment is required, which can be booked by phoning the service.

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Garys Laundromat

Gary’s Laundromat provides a facilities including public use washing machines and driers.

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Centrelink Carnarvon

Centrelink provides a range of services on behalf of Australian Government Departments including providing financial assistance for eligible candidates, support services for families, the elderly, the sick or injured, people with disabilities, young & adult job seekers, recent immigrants, carers, people undertaking or planning to undertake study or training, the self-employed, retired people & those planning retirement, the bereaved, people recently separated or divorced and people in crisis.
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Carnarvon Public Library and Art Gallery

The library is within walking distance of the main street and offers members and visitors a wide range of resources and services.

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Department of Child Protection and Family Services Carnarvon

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Carnarvon Police and Community Youth Centres

The Carnarvon PCYC offers out of school care, vacation care and youth holiday activities which aims to engage young people by providing them with a safe space to engage in activities before and after school, on weekends and during school holidays. Young people have the opportunity to attend and participate in a range of activities in a safe and secure environment. If needed, they also have access to Youth Workers and WA PCYC employees who can help identify their needs and either work with them to address them, or refer them to other agencies and services for the appropriate support. WA PCYC Out of School Care activities provide young people with a place to meet and the opportunity to try new activities. We aim to improve relationships between youth and the community by providing youth activities that focus on increasing participants’ communication skills and their ability to work as a team.

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Granny Glasgow Education and Care

Granny Glasglow offers full-time, part-time and occasional long day care to children aged from six weeks to five years old. They offer an exciting, safe environment where children are provided with many opportunities to learn while playing.

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