Kununurra Neighbourhood House – Mens Shed

This service aims to bring the community together to share and gain new skills and build social networks.  
New workshops are coming including:
  • Tie dye 
  • Welding and fabrication
  • Photography 
  • Textiles
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Wirraka Maya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation – Social and Emotional Wellbeing Programs

WMHSAC offers comprehensive counselling services and provides mental health and life determining services to the local and surrounding communities. WMHSAC seeks to provide or teach our clients with quality care and services to reduce stress, anxiety and depression while reinforcing effective coping skills, inner strength and over sense of well-being. 
Programs include:
  • Transition to Adulthood
  • Women’s and Men’s Group
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
  • Counselling services
  • Health Promotion
  • Community Support
  • Tacking Indigenous Smoking
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The Salvation Army – Family and Domestic Violence

The Salvation Army provides a wide range of services around the country to support women and women with children impacted by family and domestic violence. We understand that experiencing family violence can be frightening and isolating. We offer refuge, children’s and parenting services, counselling, support, men’s programs, accommodation and advice to women and children who are experiencing, or who have experienced, family violence.
The Salvation Army is committed to providing services that are inclusive to people of all genders, ages, people living with a disability, and those from LGBTIQ+ and CALD communities.
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Anglicare WA – Men’s Time

Developed by men for men, MensTime offers professional counselling that is private and confidential to work through multiple issues by providing advice, strategies, referral and relevant information.
The Service also runs seminars and group programs that cover a broad range of topics, including:
  • Relationship skills
  • Depression
  • Separation
  • Fathering
  • Emotion regulation
  • Domestic violence
  • Assertiveness
  • Stress management
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Katanning Men’s Shed

The Katanning Men’s Shed provides a safe, non-threatening place to come and chat over a coffee, to just sit and relax or participate in the shed workshop. Social games are held every Thursday morning and the shed’s workshop is open every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for men wishing to make use of the wood and metal working facilities. 
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Beacon Mens Shed

Men’s Sheds are a place for community, health and the wellbeing of men. Sheds have traditionally been for older retired men looking for something to do after retirement though more younger men and women are getting involved as more people want to develop DIY skills, try their hands at something different or meet new people.
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CY O’Connor Men’s Shed

Members are welcome to come for a tinker, chat or to work on a project.The Men’s Shed is a place to meet new people, make new friends and be connected with your community. And when the time comes to take a break from your project, enjoy their recreation area complete with kitchenette, tables, chairs, loung area, TV and pool table. 
The Men’s Shed is open to all genders and those aged over 18 years. 
There is a whole range of activities you can participate in:
• General woodwork and carpentry
• Men’s Shed improvements
• Join in for BBQ’s
• Play card and board games
• Maintenance of tools and machinery
• Restoring furniture
• Toy making
• Voluntary community projects
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Shark Bay Community Men’s Shed

The Shark Bay Community Men’s Shed is a place where men can gather for a tea or coffee and a chat. The men also specialise in bicycle repairs and restoration as well as doing small jobs such as painting and furniture repairs that local tradies don’t do.
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Jurien Bay Men’s Shed

Jurien Bay Community Men’s Shed aims and objectives:
  • To address issues of men’s mental, physical, and emotional health and wellbeing in community.
  • To engage the elderly, differently-abled, youth, veterans, indigenous and other groups of men from Jurien Bay and surrounds and to specifically address any issues of loneliness, isolation and depression.
  • To support social interaction of men in transitional periods.
  • To share, disseminate and preserve the skills, abilities and interests of men that are relevant to community.
  • To facilitate links between men and health-related agencies, family organisations and specialist health professionals within the community.
  • To advocate the benefits of partnerships between men’s sheds and community.
  • To initiate and continue activities of particular relevance to men.
  • To establish an Associate Membership group, involving women interested in manual arts and crafts.
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The Exmouth Men’s Shed

The Men’s Shed is a place for community, health and the wellbeing of men. Meetings are held every second Tuesday at 6:00pm. 
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