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Exmouth Laundromat provides a facilities including public use washing machines and driers.
|Financial counsellors offer free, independent information, options and advocacy to help people develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to take control of their own financial situation. Financial Counselling helps people work through any problems they are having with money. This may include managing a household budget, negotiating outstanding bills or saving for the future. Emergency relief funds can also be provided when required.|
Mrs Macs Op Shop provides affordable second-hand clothing donated by members of the public.
An Agent and Access Point can provide access to services such as:
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This program is to assist individuals, couples and families, including children, with family relationships issues at all stages, (including marriage, separation and divorce), parenting and the care of children.
All of the team address the difficulties commonly presented by clients including those related to anxiety, depression, stress, abuse, loss, grief, trauma, relationship problems, separation and divorce, sexuality, parenting, low self-esteem, and anger management.
The team also provide domestic violence counselling.
|The Exmouth SES performs a critical role coordinating emergency services for a range of natural disasters and emergency incidents threatening life and property. The SES works in the community to provide assistance in response to floods, storms, tsunamis, earthquakes and road rescue.|
CHL is recognised as a specialist in providing property and tenancy management for clients with high and complex needs with a capacity for managing housing under a wide range of programs including from inner urban to highly remote areas. It is also well established as an effective manager of remote Aboriginal housing in the East Kimberley, Kalgoorlie, Halls Creek and Exmouth region. They provide long-term secure rental tenancies for people who pay subsidised market rate and ensure that people who have low incomes can find a dependable housing arrangement so their children can attend the local school, the parent or parents can maintain employment or study, and the family can generally have enough money to live on. In addition to its social and affordable housing portfolios, CHL’s programs include supporting tenants with critical disability and support requirements including within the State’s Community Disability Housing Program (CDHP) and Individualised Community Living Strategy service model (ICLS).
|The Midwest Mental Health and Community Alcohol and Drug Service provides multidisciplinary assessment, treatment and advice to consumers in the Midwest region with moderate to severe mental health and/or drug and alcohol issues. It also provides support to carers, local health services and other agencies that work with people experiencing mental health and/or drug and alcohol issues. The Midwest Mental Health and Community Alcohol and Drug Service provides collaborative, consumer focused and recovery orientated services that is flexible and responsive to consumers’ needs across all ages, cultures and locations. Midwest Mental Health and Community Alcohol and Drug Service provides services in:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health (up to 18 years)
Youth (16 – 25) years
Adult Mental Health (18 – 65 years)
Older Adult Mental Health (65+)