Domestic violence help
in your region
|The Wyalkatchem Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services is run by local volunteers that aim to ensure that the community is safe and protected.|
|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
Aids and Equipment
Meals, food preparation, nutrition advice, cooking skills
Services include, treatment for:
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.
Operated by the Shire the recently refurbished Wyalkatchem Railway Barracks offer clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation. Amenities include:
Wyalkatchem Community Resource Centre can provide computer and internet services:
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:
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.
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)
This service covers the Wheatbelt.
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.