Share and Care Community Services – Mental Health Support Service

Provides non-clinical support to people with severe and/or persistent psychiatric illness to develop/maintain living and social skills.
This services also encourages the consumer to participate in community life and activities and decrease the burden of care for the carers. Consumers must provide a referral from the Wheatbelt Mental Health Team, GP, Psychiatrist or Psychologist.
This services covers the Wheatbelt.
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Amity Health Merreden

At Amity Health, we understand that living in country regions can make accessing allied health services and programs challenging.  In Merredin and surrounds we provide the following:
– Integrated Primary Mental Health Care Program
– Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wellbeing and Resiliency Program 
– Integrate Chronic Disease Care Program
– Healthy Country Kids
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Wheatbelt Community Legal Centre Inc

The Wheatbelt Community Legal Centre provides information, referrals, legal advice, non-legal support, Tenancy advocacy and casework.

Court representation is limited by Centre resources, priorities under funding agreements and our lawyers capacity.

Office based in Northam and covers the Wheatbelt. Outreach services provided in Narrogin, Moora and Merredin.


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Wheatbelt Community Alcohol and Drug Service – Merredin

The Wheatbelt Community Alcohol and Drug Service provides assessment, referral and counselling to adults, young people, and families, who are experiencing alcohol or other drug issues. The Service aims to reduce alcohol and other drug related harm in the Wheatbelt region. Our main office is in Northam and we also have satellite offices in Narrogin and Merredin. We currently provide outreach services in Moora, Gingin, York, Goomalling, Wongan Hills, Brookton, Kellerberrin, Wagin and surrounding areas. Other services and programs we provide include: Counselling for people with alcohol and other drug issues and those who are impacted by someone else’s alcohol and other drug use.
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Share and Care – Family and Domestic Violence Child Support

The Family and Domestic Violence Child Support service ensures that a trained child support worker is on site and will relieve the parent of care if she needs to attend appointments. 
The support may include outings with the parents’ permission, liaison with schools for enrollments, play therapy, referrals for mother and or child to a host of other agencies that may assist with the variety of needs the consumer presents with.
These services cover the Wheatbelt, and Upper Great Southern, and based in Northam and Narrogin.
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Department for Communities, Child Protection – Merredin

The Department provides a range of child safety and family support services to Western Australian individuals, children and their families. Contact them for assistance to access emergency accommodation and for other family supports.
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St John Ambulance Service Merredin

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

Merredin Community Resource Centre offers an array of information, services, facilities, training, projects and events as well as encouragement and support for volunteers.
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Holyoake Wheatbelt Community Alcohol & Drug Service

Holyoake Wheatbelt Community Alcohol & Drug Service is an alcohol and drug information service. The team provide assessment, referral and counselling to adults, young people, and families, and aims to reduce alcohol and other drug-related harm in the Wheatbelt region. The services provide:
  • Counselling for people with alcohol and other drug issues and those who are impacted by someone else’s alcohol and other drug use
  • Outreach services
  • Early intervention and prevention of drug use problems
  • Support for schools experiencing drug use incidents
  • Referrals to other agencies
  • Education programs
  • Support for Local Drug Action Groups
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Max Employment Solutions Merredin

Max Employment provides vocational, educational and certified training services to individuals across the country. Max Employment provides people with the tools, knowledge and confidence to manage their health, opening up new opportunities.
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Avon Community Services – Youth Services

Avon Community Services delivers 2 programs that are aimed at young people who are at risk. Their 6 weekly programs are developed around the education of young people about the Effects of Drugs, Alcohol & Tobacco, Social & Emotional Well-being, Sexual Education & Connection to Country & Community.
Avon Community Services also offer a mentoring service for young people, delivered in a Case Management Model that offers low-level support for young people needing some guidance.
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Merredin Playgroup

Merredin Playgroup is run by volunteers as a part of Playgroup WA. They provide weekly craft activity and large range of indoor and outdoor toys.

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Merredin Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service

Local fire brigade and rescue services
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Karis Medical Group

Provides caring high-quality healthcare services, comprehensive, personalised medical care for patients.
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Home and Community Care Program

The Home and Community Care program provides support for older and frail people with moderate, severe or profound disabilities and younger people with moderate, severe or profound disabilities and their unpaid carers.
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Youth Connections Regional Development Australia – Wheatbelt WA

Provides support, help with school and training education.
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Merredin Op Shop

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Merredin One Night Shelter

Provides one-night crisis accommodation

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Parent Information and Workshops

Provide information and workshops for parents and carers on parenting.
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Merredin Seniors Centre

Merredin Seniors Centre provides a place for aged people to meet and socialise. Activities include an exercise program, reminiscence activities, social morning tea weekly, lunches 2 days a week, special events, and a venue for visiting health professionals.
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