Below is a list of education support services, including behaviour change programs, community education programs, protective behaviour programs, women’s support programs and relationship education. If you cannot find local education support services for your area, you can find a list of state and national education programs at the bottom of this page.

Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre

The BBCRC provides a range of services through various contracts, programs and fee for service activities. Their contract with the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, provides social, business and economic outcomes to our local community and they are an access point for the Department of Human Services.
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Wanslea Katanning – Parenting Connection WA

Parenting Connection WA provides free individual and group sessions that can support you as you navigate the challenges and rewards of parenting. They can provide advice and resources on a range of topics, including positive mental health, screen time, transitioning to school, creating routines and more. Parenting Connection also offer one-on-one support, or you can attend group events or workshops to meet like-minded parents and build upon your parenting skills, knowledge and confidence together.
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Katanning Language Learning Centre

The Katanning Language Learning Centre is housed within the Katanning Public Library and is designated free of charge English Language Learning Centre that caters for all walks of life and backgrounds.
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Shire of Laverton Community Resource Centre

  • Free Government Access Computer
  • Office and Secretarial Services
  • Telecommunications (public wi-fi and computers)
  • Department of Transport Agent
  • Public Library
  • Production Local magazine
  • Office Space for Hire
  • Video Conferencing Facilities
 
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Olabud Doogethu

With cooperation and support from our communities, the Olabud Doogethu journey is to provide a better future for our country men and women. We want to help our mob develop effective leadership and cultural cohesion by designing, delivering, assisting or supporting programs that build stronger families, improve our quality of life, and champion our proud heritage.

By diverting resources away from our overcrowded prison system, we can invest in our future – our children. The traditional judicial system has failed us, and it continues to let us down. We must manage this problem ourselves. The Aboriginal way.

Together, we can implement community-driven initiatives for early intervention. Schemes that rehabilitate our young people and families while cultivating stronger bonds within the community to help all of us live happier, more fulfilled lives.

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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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YIC Youth Centre: Mungka Maya

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Kununurra Jobs and Skills Centres

Based at North Regional TAFE campuses, the Jobs and Skills Centres offer a range of services by qualified career advisors to support individuals to find employment and develop their careers further. These services include job application support, career development advice, pathways towards obtaining professional training and other employability skills. In addition to the towns of Kununurra and Brooms, the Jobs and Skills Centres also provide outreach services to smaller towns and communities throughout the region.
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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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Clontarf Foundation

The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and by doing so equips them to participate more meaningfully in society.
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