A dream becomes a reality for Jake's long term Carers!
Find out about how this amazing family have conquered the odds.
Your voice as a consumer, carer or family member is crucial in ensuring the future mental health system in our state is high-quality, person-centred and works well for future generations.
Find out more about upcoming events here.
This week is National Reconciliation Week which follows on from Sorry Day on 26 May.
UnitingCare West is committed to Reconciliation and we will be sharing information with you over the coming week.
On Friday 01 June UCW had around 24 people participate in the Walk for Reconciliation event in the city.
National Volunteer Week is almost finished, but we'll go on celebrating the work of our volunteers every day.
We couldn't do the job we do, walking alongside those most vulnerable in our community, without their committed support!
UnitingCare West is proud to be part of the 100 Families project which has recently received $1.75 million in funding from Lotterywest.
The project will tackle the significant social problem of entrenched disadvantage among families, with the aim to develop a comprehensive evidence base of the causes and structure of this issue in WA.
UnitingCare West is committed to supporting and empowering people in our community, offering a broad suite of services to assist WA families experiencing adversity.
At the heart of our services is the belief that all children have the right to be safe and all families have underlying strengths and resources that can be built upon to improve quality of life.