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Multi Cultural & Refugee Help

The ECCWA is the States peak ethnic umbrella organisation. It is a non-government, non-profit community based organisation which takes an active interest in all aspects of multiculturalism and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) affairs and acts on behalf of all ethnic communities in Western Australia
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Multicultural Services Centre Bunbury

The Bunbury office of MSCWA administers a Federally-funded Settlement Support Program, for new migrants who have arrived in Australia (eligible clients must hold specific visas within the Humanitarian, Family or Skilled streams, or be a dependent of those visa holders). They offer Peer Support groups, group information sessions, craft and social activities for women, free English lessons, Homework Help and other programs for Youth as well as school-aged young people. They also provide some casework, advocacy, and referrals support, may be able to offer help in financial crises.
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Bunbury Multicultural Group – Driving To Make A Difference Project

The ‘Driving to make a Difference’ project is initiated by the Bunbury Multicultural Group and delivered in partnership with the Multicultural Services Centre WA. It gives culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) women the opportunity to have their driving lessons and their driving assessment paid for. This project develops the status of women, builds capacity and helps them become more confident and able to access community events and networks and integrate into community easier.
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Bunbury Multicultural Group – This is Me Program

The ‘This is Me’ program presents migrant stories in public spaces and cafes throughout the year. Hosted by the Bunbury Multicultural Group in partnership with the City of Bunbury and ABC South West, people are encouraged to share their stories and experiences of settling into the South West in a safe, welcoming environment. This is Me helps to builds knowledge, awareness, harmony and acceptance in the greater Bunbury community.
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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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Pilbara Community Legal Service – Community Migrant Services

The Community Migrant Service is located in Karratha and South Hedland and facilitates pathways to learning English, education and employment readiness. Service coordination and delivery include, but are not limited to, group information sessions teaching life skills and providing information on different issues such as the health system, employment, police and the law and banking practices
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Adult Migrant English program

The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is a free service to help eligible migrants and humanitarian entrants with low English levels to improve their English language skills and settle into Australia, offered through a local service provider. Additionally, eligible candidates may receive distance learning (subject to criteria).
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