Goomalling Bush Fire Brigade

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Wyalkatchem Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service

The Wyalkatchem Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services is run by local volunteers that aim to ensure that the community is safe and protected.
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Dowerin Home Care

The aim of the program is to help older people live as independently as possible. The program is for people aged 65 years and over. The program also includes support services for prematurely aged people on a low income who are 50 years or over and are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Depending on individuals needs, they may be eligible to receive:
Transport to appointments and activities
Domestic Help
Personal Care
Home Maintenance
Home Modifications
Aids and Equipment
Meals, food preparation, nutrition advice, cooking skills
Allied Health
Social support
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Your Counselling Therapist

Services include, treatment for:

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression: Trauma and various forms of abuse (emotional, physical, sexual) Bereavement and grief/grieving issues.
  • Stress and Adjustment Issues: anger and behaviour management.
  • Body Image and Weight Management Issues: building confidence and
  • Relationship Issues: couples therapy, positive parenting strategies. Coping with separation and divorce.
  • Poor Habit Regulation: Smoking, alcohol and drug cessation. SKYPE counselling for house bound, rural and distant (i.e. mining) clients is now available. Yvonne provides this service for those who find it difficult to attend her Mundaring or Goomalling Clinics
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Wyalkatchem Community Resource Centre – MAX Employment

MAX Employment services outreach to Wyalkatchem Community Resource Centre monthly. MAX Employment provides services for people to prepare for, find and maintain a job.

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Wyalkatchem Medical Centre

General practice service in Wyalkatchem.

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Wyalkatchem Police

Wyalkatchem Police cover Benjaberring, Cowcowing, Korrelocking, Nalkain, Nembudding, Wyalkatchem.

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Wyalkatchem Travellers Park

Wyalkatchem Caravan Park contains 8 ensuite powered van sites. 8 shared ensuite powered van sites. 10 camp sites. 20 overflow sites.

Large and small vans, motor homes, RV’s, fifth wheelers, campers are welcome.

Amenities include:

  • Camp kitchen
  • ablution block including disabled facilities
  • fire pit
  • laundry
  • lawn area
  • pets welcome
  • walking distance to town
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Wyalkatchem Railway Barracks

Operated by the Shire the recently refurbished Wyalkatchem Railway Barracks offer clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation. Amenities include:

  • Air-Conditioning
  • Shared Facilities
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Cooking Facilities
  • Laundry
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Wyalkatchem Community Mart

Pre-loved clothes and furniture items.

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Wyalkatchem-Koorda and Districts Hospital

Small hospitals in the Wheatbelt provide the following services:

  • 24/7 Emergency Departments
  • Acute inpatient care
  • Outpatient services
  • Telehealth Services (inpatient and outpatient)
  • Commonwealth Home Support Program services
  • Palliative care
  • Aboriginal health services
  • Allied health services including: dietetics, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work, speech pathology
  • Child development services
  • Child health clinics
  • Community midwife services
  • Health promotion and education
  • School health services
  • Mental health services
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Wyalkatchem Community Resource Centre – Computer and Internet Access

Wyalkatchem Community Resource Centre can provide computer and internet services:

  • Computers/internet,
  • Computer advice,
  • Basic software repair,
  • Community training and assistance
  • Wifi hotspot
  • Ipad and mobile phone training
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Wheatbelt Population Health Services – Avon & Central Primary Health Service

Wheatbelt Population Health is a strong, diverse and high-performing health service that puts the health of country people first. Our priority action areas are:

  • Maternal and child health & development
  • Chronic disease prevention and self-management
  • Public health and communicable (infectious) disease control
  • Aboriginal health

The Population Health team is made up of four primary health services located in the Avon & Central, Eastern, Western and Southern districts of the Wheatbelt. A regional Wheatbelt Aboriginal Health Service and a regional Wheatbelt Public Health Unit are located in Northam.

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Wheatbelt Mental Health Services

Wheatbelt Mental Health Service provides free, confidential, quality, community mental health care to people of all ages in the Coastal and Wheatbelt communities. The Wheatbelt Mental Health Service is a team of mental health professionals including a consultant psychiatrist, clinical psychologists, social workers, child and adolescent professionals and community mental health nurses. This service provides comprehensive assessment and treatment for people with mental health problems. The service can provide training and support to other organisations and professionals. Locally based, multi-disciplinary teams are located in Northam, Gingin, Merredin and Narrogin. Regular visits are made to outlying areas within the region to meet community needs. Outreach is supported by telephone consultation and videoconferencing. Clinical liaison is provided to hospitals within the region. Clinical programs include:

  • Aboriginal Mental Health Program (all ages)
  • Adult Mental Health Program (18-65 years)
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program (0-18 years)
  • Seniors Mental Health Program (65+ years)
  • Youth Mental Health Program (15-24 years)
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Wheatbelt Agcare Community Support Agency

Wheatbelt Agcare Community support Agency provide a free, mobile Family Counselling Service to Individuals, Couples and Families including DV clients. This service is available to individuals, couples and families residing in the Central and Northern Eastern Wheatbelt: Dowerin, Wyalkatchem and Yilgarn (and also to Kellerberrin, Koorda, Mt Marshall, Mukinbudin, Nungarin, Tammin, Trayning and Westonia)

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Wheatbelt Community Legal Centre

Wheatbelt Community Legal Centre can assist you in providing advice, information and assistance in:

  • gaining a better understanding of the legal process involved in divorce and separation;
  • making arrangements for children following a separation ;
  • receiving advice about finances after a separation;
  • speaking to someone regarding mediation or family dispute resolution;
  • options you may have to resolve your matter without going to court. The Centre can provide you with advice and assistance regarding;
  • the process of a FVRO application;
  • how to make an initial application and affidavit and assess the likelihood of being granted an FVRO
  • options to settle the matter through negotiations with the respondent (person bound) such as Conduct Agreement Orders
  • how to maintain you and your children’s safety from family and domestic violence;
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Waugh Miller Macqueen Pty Ltd

A private accounting practice specialising in rural accounting.

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St John Ambulance Service – Wheatbelt

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

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Share and Care Community Services – Suicide Bereavement Service

This program offers assistance to families who have experienced the loss of a loved one through suicide:

  • Assistance to families in the home with support services, caring for children whilst appointments are being attended
  • Assistance with travel and daily living costs if required
  • Assistance with referrals to free counselling (Psychologists), financial counselling and legal services
  • Referrals to other agencies that may assist with other needs
  • Assistance with Information
  • Other supports and information services as required

This service covers the Wheatbelt.

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Share and Care Community Services – Safe at Home

Safe at Home provides specialist workers to assess safety and support the needs of women and children to remain in their homes, where it is safe to do so after a Family and Domestic Violence incident or ongoing violence in the home.

Once a referral or WAPOL incident report is provided this service completes a comprehensive risk and safety assessment, security audit and planning to allow women to make an informed decision in relation to remaining in their home or to accessing crisis accommodation should the situation be unsafe. The service also provides links into other agencies. The service has the ability to access limited funds to provide increased safety at the home.

The Safe at Home staff will also assist with support to apply for a Family Violence Restraining Order and offer support during the court process. Outreach support is available across the Wheatbelt including Shire of Yilgarn to ensure ongoing support.

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