Domestic violence help
in your region
The Sir James Mitchell Fund is used to assist those who may need a helping hand. Applications for assistance are considered on an individual basis and are completely confidential. Assistance is in the form of IGA food cards, health expenses and other general assistance. It does not assist with whitegoods, rental bonds and arrears, utility bills (electricity, gas, water etc), car registration/maintenance, travel or funeral expenses.
Emergency Relief assistance through food, material aid, budget advice, utility bills, advocacy issues as well as friendship and support. Home Visitations are carried out by ‘members’ who join local groups called ‘conferences’. Conference members are volunteers who meet regularly to provide mutual support, spiritual reflection and to discuss how best to respond to the people they assist.
The Albany Community Foundation is a non-for-profit organisation with the vision of assisting local people in our community who have fallen on hard times at no fault of their own. The ACF endeavours to support the local community in a wide range of activities from providing support to local individuals, families and community projects as well as filling gaps in funding and services for existing charities.
Karijini Family Violence & Counselling Services is a free community service that provides:
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WAConnect is an online directory where users can search for food relief, financial counsellors and emergency accomodation among other services.
This program assists persons who are at risk of becoming homeless or who are homeless and offers:
This service covers the Wheatbelt.
Food and gift vouchers are available for those in need from the Church Office. The first time someone is in need, they are given emergency food and further professional help is sought as required. Any time someone returns for further assistance, they are required to help around the church or community in exchange for food or voucher donation.