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Relationships Australia South Hedland

Relationships Australia WA has been providing relationship support for individuals, couples, families and communities.
They offer support to:
Couples and Families
Individuals
Children and young people
Grandparents and Carers
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Refugees and humanitarian entrants
People experiencing domestic or family violence
People with mental health issues
Same-sex couples
Professional organisations
Community groups
How can they assist:
Marriage and relationships issues
Building relationships
Separation and starting over
Mental health
Parenting and step parenting
Unplanned pregnancy
Family disputes
Workplace mediation and counselling
Drug and alcohol issues
Anger
Domestic and family violence
Grief and loss
Communication
Cultural fitness
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Vinnies South Hedland

The South Hedland Support Centre is staffed by friendly and helpful volunteers and staff who are there to assist families and individual by rebuilding lives.
Donations of clothing and bric a brac are always appreciated and can be dropped off at the centre.
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Category 5 Labour Management

Cateogry 5 is a dedicated business understanding gaps in Labour Hire, Recruitment, Managed Labour and Safety Management space. The business is dedicated in building a business that creates long-term, and sustainable opportunities for both their clients and their employees. Making a difference to peoples lives – both from a client and employee perspective. 
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YIC Deadly Hearts

The Deadly Hearts offers a range of recreation, diversion, education and sporting activities to all youth aged 5 – 11.       

?Skilled youth workers are available to provide case management support to individual young people who wish to improve their future pathways.

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Swiss Launderette

 
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Alcoholics Anonymous Port Hedland

A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism and drug misuse.
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Hedland Jobs and Skills Centre

The Jobs and Skills Centre assists Aboriginal people in Western Australia to get into training or a job, working closely with local employers to create job opportunities for Aboriginal people including school leavers. The Jobs and Skills Centre can provide:
Culturally sensitive employment and career services
Information on choosing the best training option for your personal and work goals
Access to job opportunities through our Aboriginal jobs board.
Help with resumes and job applications
Referrals to other services, depending on your needs
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Housing Authority

The Housing Authority is the first point of contact for families and individuals who require access to Specialist Homelessness Services and other accommodation and/or support services in Western Australia
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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Housing Support

The housing support service supports and  assists clients to obtain secure, stable, and long term accommodation. Working closely with other services such as Department of Communities, the housing support service focuses on educating clients so they have the skills and knowledge to sustain and maintain their long term tenancy.
 
The housing support service is located in Karratha, Roebourne, South Hedland and Newman. The service focuses on 3 key strategies:
• Breaking the cycle of homelessness to help people get back on their feet, find stable accommodation and obtain employment;
• A better connected service system that will build more connected, integrated and responsive services that strive to achieve; and
• Sustainable housing, and improve economic and social participation of those at risk of homelessness.
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Transitional Housing Program

The Transitional Housing Program will help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with clearing their debt and increasing their savings, achieving a healthy lifestyle, furthering their employment and training opportunities owning their own home or moving into private rental. The Transitional Housing Program will provide their clients with an affordable rental property, along with access to a range of services that focus on employment, education, financial independence, household management and wellbeing. They will work together with their clients to agree their length of stay, and make sure that their clients leave with all the skills needed.
This program is currently offered Kununurra, Halls Creek, Wyndham, Broome, Derby, South Hedland which is operating as Hedland Aboriginal Home Ownership Program
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Delancy Family Law

Delancy Family Law are a private law firm specialising in family law including: Children’s issues
Where children live and who they spend time with
Child support
Relocation with children
Parenting Plans
Child abuse or threat of abuse
Other ways we can help
Family Violence and Intervention Orders
Property and Financial matters
Binding Financial Agreements
Application for Divorce
Mediation
Together with their partner professionals, they also offer:
Accounting and Taxation advice
Financial planning
Counselling
 
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Integrated Primary Mental Health Care (IPMHC)

Mission Australia delivers the Integrated Primary Mental Health Care (IPMHC) service across the Pilbara to people who are experiencing psychological distress, depression, anxiety and other symptoms of distress. A priority of this service is to deliver culturally secure support; Mission Australia subcontracts services to Bloodwood Tree for culturally appropriate services to Aboriginal people. The IPMHC provides brief intervention, counselling and case coordination. Individuals can be referred through General Practitioners and other Health Care Providers – self referrals are also accepted.
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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Community Migrant Services

The Community Migrant Service is located in Karratha and South Hedland and facilitates pathways to learning English, education and employment readiness. Service coordination and delivery include, but are not limited to, group information sessions teaching life skills and providing information on different issues such as the health system, employment, police and the law and banking practices
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Pilbara Aged Care Assessment Team

The Pilbara Aged Care Assesment Team is a team of medical, nursing and allied health professionals who assess the physical, psychological, medical, restorative, cultural and social needs of frail older people and help them and their carers to access appropriate levels of support.
 
Based in South Hedland and services Karratha.
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Youth Involvement Council – Youth Accommodation Program

The Youth Accommodation Program (YAP) is a 24 hour crisis service that includes case management support to youths aged 15-25 who are referred as homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Residential Coordinators and Youth Workers work together with the young people to find safe accommodation or be reconciled back to their families or even to generate support plans that help build up their life skills and improve their pathways to a safe home through either secondary education, employment or training.

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Youth Involvement Council – Youth Centre

The YIC Youth Centre is a drop in centre that offers a range of recreation, diversion, education and sporting activities to all youth aged 12 – 17.

?Skilled youth workers are available to provide case management support to individual young people who wish to improve their future pathways.

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Youth Involvement Council – Deadly Hearts

The Deadly Hearts offers a range of recreation, diversion, education and sporting activities to all youth aged 5 – 11.

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Youth Involvement Council – Mungka Maya

Mungka Maya is YICs specialty space currently offering a range of programs and workshops throughout the year such as Mindfulness & Meditation, Rock & Water and Chill Skills to all youth aged from 5 – 17 years.

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Yaadina Community Services – Turner River Rehabilitation Facility

Yaandina’s Turner River Rehabilitation Centre is a 24-bed facility that uses the Therapeutic Community (TC) model for treatment and addiction recovery that includes mental and physical healing. This centre provides a facility in the Pilbara that allows individuals who have successfully completed a detoxification process from drugs and/or alcohol to recover from their addictions. Turner River is certified against the Standards for Therapeutic Communities in a Residential Care setting and also certified against the Standards for Culturally Secure practice.

The centre is open 24 hours – 365 days a years and families are able to visit following a settling in period. Accessing the service – a referral accompanied by a medical assessment is required to access Turner River. Referrals could be from self, community drug and alcohol services, mental health services, other community agencies.

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WorkPac Group

When you register with WorkPac you can enjoy:

  • Industry specialised recruitment consultants
  • Safety assured working environments
  • Career and training advice
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