News & events
National Sorry Day
Saturday May 26 is National Sorry Day and will mark the 21st Anniversary of the Bringing Them Home report – a government inquiry into the removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from their families. This year Reconciliation WA, Yorgum Aboriginal Corporation and Bringing the Home WA are hosting a Sorry Day ceremony in Yagan... More
Father's Day
It's shaping up to be a busy term for our 4dads program! Some of the events we have running in May and beyond include Dads Tuning in to Teens, Dads Supporting Dads, DIY Dads and a special Men's Health Week event. For more information or to book your place... More
Acacia Support Centre
The second term of the Newman Women's Empowerment Project will begin sessions on 10 May. Women living in Newman are invited to come along, have a yarn, participate in some fun activities, learn new skills and meet new people. Morning tea and lunch... More
Find and Connect Logo
An inquiry in the UK has found child migrants who were forcibly sent from Britain to Australia should be compensated by the UK government. Our Find & Connect service provides free support to help Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants uncover their history... More
change and loss
We are now providing a service catering to the concerns of older clients. The Elder Support & Relationship Service will help older people and their families, carers and advocates to to prevent or resolve family conflict, make arrangements for medical, residential and financial challenges and make decisions that protect the interests, rights... More
Connect For Mental Health
We have developed a free online mental health training tool to help the community better understand mental health, and recognise someone who may be at risk of mental health decline or contemplating suicide. It helps users understand how to reach out and talk to a person they may be worried about, how to respond to what they say, and also how to obtain further support if needed... More