Domestic violence help
in your region
|Support for Aboriginal people in the Goldfields with chronic health conditions to access mainstream healthcare services and also provides funding for supplementary services and medical aids. The program is funded by the WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) and aims to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to contribute to closing the gap in life expectancy through improved access to culturally appropriate mainstream primary health services.|
The Mental Health Support Service in Meekatharra provides mental health coordination services to Aboriginal families living in Meekatharra, & via outreach to Cue and Mount Magnet. The service is a point of contact and advocacy for people living with mental ill health. Through a recovery framework emphasising self-determination and choice, participants are supported through support to attend appointments, individual counselling and group work, and community connection.
The team works with local Aboriginal people and communities in the region to access a range of health services to reduce the burden of chronic disease as part of the Closing the Gap Program. The ITC program assists people with chronic disease to access specialist and allied health services and manage their disease.
Over the past two years DVassist has been offering a telephone and webchat counselling service as part of a pilot project funded by the Commonwealth Government.
The project is now complete and consequently our counselling services are no longer operating as of Friday 21 October 2022.
For 24-hour confidential information, counselling and support for family and domestic violence please call
1800 Respect on 1800 737 732.
For crisis support, including referrals to women’s refuges, please call Women’s Domestic Violence Helpline on
1800 007 339.
If you are in immediate danger
please call 000.