Below is a list of financial services, including financial counselling, planning and advice services. If you can’t find local financial support services for your area, there is a list of state and national financial support services at the bottom of this page.

Pilbara Community Legal Service – Financial Counselling

Financial Counselling services are offered to both high and low income earners. It services to the people of the Pilbara from all four offices in Karratha, Roebourne, Hedland and Newman. It is non-judgmental, free and confidential. Information, support and advocacy is provided to assist clients to address identified financial problems and manage financial situations more effectively.
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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Financial Counselling

Financial Counselling Financial Counselling services are offered to both high and low income earners. It services to the people of the Pilbara from all four offices in Karratha, Roebourne, Hedland and Newman. It is non-judgmental, free and confidential. Information, support and advocacy is provided to assist clients to address identified financial problems and manage financial situations more effectively.
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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Financial Counselling

Financial Counselling services are offered to both high and low income earners. It services to the people of the Pilbara from all four offices in Karratha, Roebourne, Hedland and Newman. It is non-judgmental, free and confidential. Information, support and advocacy is provided to assist clients to address identified financial problems and manage financial situations more effectively.
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Anglicare Financial Counselling

Financial counselling is for anyone seeking financial information and is appropriate for people in a broad range of circumstances. They can assist with immediate financial problems and look at your financial options. They support you to achieve the best outcome possible while helping you maintain financial control. 
 
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St Vincent De Paul – Financial Counselling

Vinnies financial counsellors are qualified professionals who offer independent financial advice and advocacy for people in financial difficulty.
 
Our counsellors work with clients to achieve positive financial outcomes, helping them to build their own capacity to avert financial crisis and reduce stress. 
 
Qualified financial counsellors can assist with queries and information including:
• Understanding your financial situation and taking control
• Strategies and options for dealing with financial difficulties
• Budgeting and practical steps to relieve financial stress
• Understanding your rights and responsibilities
• Negotiating with creditors
• The debt recovery process and the court system in relation to debt collection
• How the law can protect you in difficult financial times
• Bankruptcy information
• Referral to other specialised and appropriate services
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Narrogin Financial Counselling Services

Assistance with budgeting, negotiating with creditors,  NILS and HUGS grants
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Norseman Centrelink

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Vinnies – National Debt Helpline

Vinnies operates the National Debt Helpline in Western Australia. Trained financial counsellors provide free advice to help move on. If the matter is complex, they can refer to the closest face to face financial counselling service.
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Centrelink Menzies

Centrelink provides a range of services on behalf of Australian Government Departments including providing financial assistance for eligible candidates, support services for families, the elderly, the sick or injured, people with disabilities, young & adult job seekers, recent immigrants, carers, people undertaking or planning to undertake study or training, the self-employed, retired people & those planning retirement, the bereaved, people recently separated or divorced and people in crisis.
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Kaata-Koorliny Employment & Enterprise Development Corporation (KEEDAC)

KEEDAC can help their clients with paying their court fines via a Work and Development Permit (WDP). Their clients could reduce or clear their fines by doing activities in place of paying the amount owed. KEEDAC works with the Aboriginal Legal Service WA (ALSWA) to provide this service.
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