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.

YMCA – Aspire

A free health, lifestyle and engagement program for 13 – 17 year old girls, which addresses key issues girls in that age bracket encounter in daily life (e.g. body image issues, nutrition, peer pressure etc). At the end of this program they do a ‘Heal Pamper Workshop’ where we get a whole range of providers come through and volunteer their time to do the girls’ nails, beauty, massage, hair – the whole works! It’s a celebration day for young girls as well as a chance to gain access to providers in the local community and assisting with obtaining new networking and support options

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WESNET – Safe Connections

The Safe Connections program provides tech-abuse advice to women who are experiencing technology-facilitated abuse as well as being able to provide women (and children) affected by domestic, family or sexual violence with a free Safe Connections phones and top-up credit (eligible clients can top-up 3 times in the financial year).

They also provide tech-abuse advice where they can organise appointments with one of our tech experts.

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Waratah – Family Abuse Intevention Service

The service provides free, specialised counselling, support, advocacy and therapeutic intervention for women aged sixteen years and over who are in circumstances where violence has occurred or is likely to occur in an intimate or familial relationship.

Women can access the service by either self-referring, by having another agency refer them, or by being referred by Department for Child Protection and Family Support.

 
For out of hours help, advice and counselling, please call 1800 737 732
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Waratah – Education, Training and Community Development Service

Waratah Education, Training and Community Development Service plays an important role by increasing community knowledge and skills and challenge the myths surrounding sexual assault and sexual abuse and domestic violence. Training Programs include:

  • Respectful Relationships – which provides interactive sessions to young people on developing healthy relationships
  • Healthy Responses to Children – which provides interactive sessions to enable parents develop skills and assist their children who have experienced trauma
  • Trauma Informed Practice and Care Delivery – for professionals
  • Dealing with Disclosures of Sexual Abuse and Assault – for professionals
  • Protective Behaviours
  • Understanding the Impacts of Trauma on Children’s Behaviour
For after hours help, advice and counselling, please call 1800 737 732
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Waratah – Children’s Domestic Violence Service

Waratah Children’s Domestic Violence Service (CDV) is designed to offer services to help children, young people and their families heal from the harmful psychological, emotional and social effects of domestic violence and abuse.
 
The service provides free, specialised counselling, support and therapeutic intervention services for:
• Children, young people and their families, who have witnessed or experienced family and domestic violence
• Children, young people and their families who are in circumstances where violence has occurred, or is likely to occur, in an intimate familial relationship
 
For out of hours help, advice and counselling 1800 737 732 
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South West Women’s Health & Information Centre – Health Education

Information and advice is available on all aspects of women’s health. Make an appointment to see a qualified nurse.

  • Contraception
  • Fertility Awareness
  • Pregnancy Choices (including Unplanned Pregnancy, Terminations, Support)
  • Menopause Issues
  • Period Problems
  • Any other health concerns you may have.

They provide telephone, one to one or community education on women’s health topics. They are also able to do pregnancy testing and offer follow up support.

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Share and Care Community Services – Jacaranda House

This program is designed to assist women and children who are homeless.

The program works with the client base towards obtaining and maintaining housing into the future.

Whilst in Jacaranda House, based in Northam, women are offered education, information and support.

This service covers the Wheatbelt.

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Salvation Army Northam – Positive Lifestyle Program

A 10-week program focused on developing positive strategies to manage anger, grief and relationships.

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Salvation Army Karratha – Positive Lifestyle

A 10-week program focused on developing positive strategies to manage anger, grief and relationships.
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Salvation Army Kalgoorlie – Positive Lifestyle Program

Positive Lifestyle Program is a 10-week program focused on developing positive strategies to manage anger, grief and relationships

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