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UnitingCare West provides a diverse range of holistic programs and services which support, serve and empower more than 30,000 West Australians every year.
Our programs span the areas of community and family services, disabilities and youth, mental health, independent living and accommodation services. We also offer a range of free and confidential specialist services in the areas of substance misuse, teenage parenthood, sexual diversity and community safety and crime.
Our services respond to people most in need and work hard towards creating justice, hope and opportunity for all.
UnitingCare West’s disability services are designed to enable us to walk alongside people living with a disability to assist them in achieving the lives they want.
UnitingCare West’s mental health services are holistic in nature and are provided with the goal of supporting individuals in the community with their recovery journey.
UnitingCare West supports pregnant and parenting teen women to complete their secondary education and transition into tertiary education and/or employment.
UnitingCare West offers peer support to young people with a diverse sexuality or gender in the regions of Bunbury and Albany as well as professional training and development to allied health and youth workers.
In times of financial hardship, UnitingCare West can provide assistance to those in need.
UnitingCare West’s Indigenous services are designed in partnership with Aboriginal people to meet the needs of different families and communities.
Individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of being homeless can access a holistic and integrated range of programs via UnitingCare West’s Homeless Accommodation and Support Services.
UnitingCare West is acutely aware of the inherent difficulties faced by offenders when they are released and attempting to reintegrate back into the community.
As part of its commitment to supporting and empowering those most in need, UnitingCare West offers a broad suite of services to families in the WA community who are experiencing adversity in their lives.
Children and young people may be unable to live with their families in some home situations because they do not receive the protection and support they deserve.