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Phone: 1800 737 732
Dealing with sexual assault and domestic and family violence is never easy, but qualified and experienced counsellors can provide information and refer you to services available in your area that can help. telephone counselling is available 24-7, whether you’re seeking help for yourself, a friend or relative, a colleague or a client. Professionals seeking assistance with work – induced trauma are also encouraged.
Phone: (08) 9442 5000
Phone: (08) 6456 0089
Phone: (08) 6456 2222
The PCH Child Protection Unit (CPU) is a specialised, hospital-based service providing medical, forensic, social work and therapeutic services for children and their families when there is a concern that a child has, or may have suffered from child abuse. The PCH CPU is the only hospital-based service of this kind in WA.
Our staff coordinate assessment, planning and (when appropriate) intervention strategies and ongoing therapy for children and families where there are child protection concerns. This includes:
Key roles of the CPU include:
Referrals are accepted from a variety of internal and external sources, including:
Phone: 1800 199 008
Phone: (08) 9223 1111
The Department for Child Protection and Family Support’s after hours service, Crisis Care Unit, operates twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
This telephone service prioritises child protection concerns. It also provides information, advice, support and intervention for people in crises and needing urgent help. Types of crises addressed by the service include child protection concerns, family and domestic violence, suicidal ideation and homelessness.
Crisis Care Unit assists callers experiencing homelessness by providing information and advice. In exceptional and unforeseen circumstances, support is provided for callers to access short-term crisis accommodation.
Phone: (08) 9223 1100
Phone: 1800 643 000
Free confidential telephone counselling and information service for families with relationship difficulties.
Telephone family helpline when:
Phone: (08) 9274 7929
This service is provided by and comprises of
Indigo Junction Young People
Our Youth Service offers housing, tenancy support and education. Our goal is to provide a safe place where young people receive the support they need to set goals and work towards a positive future. We provide tailored support which includes specialist referrals, building independent living skills, job readiness and promoting links to education and training.
Services offered at our Youth Service include:
Indi House (Emergency Housing)
Indi Living Youth (Community Housing)
Support and Education
For more information:
Phone: 9274 1611
Indigo Junction Families
The Family Service offers housing, support and education. Our team focuses on empowering families to build on their parenting and independent living skills. We also assist families to connect to specialist supports such as counselling, health and employment services where required. Families are encouraged to set personal goals as well creating a plan towards long term stable housing.
Services offered at the Family Service include:
Indi Place (On site supported housing)
Indi Living Families (Community Housing)
Support and Education
For more information:
Phone: 9250 5256
Indigo Junction Community Service
Karnany Resource Centre is the base for our community service and is ideally located in the heart of Midland. Karnany provides a safe place for people to meet and share their stories. Our team builds an understanding of the person’s needs and connects them with the required services. The following services and programs operate at Karnany:
FINANCIAL SUPPORT & EDUCATION HUB
We provide a space at Karnany for the following services:
CONNECTION TO OTHER SERVICES
We realise that we can’t always offer people the services they require. Through our relationships with different service providers we are able to refer people to the support they need. Visit us and we can have a chat about your situation and create a support plan together.
For more information:
Phone: 9274 7929
Phone: 13 11 14
Lifeline is a National service for people experiencing a personal crisis. it is 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention support. If you are experiencing the following please feel free to make contact.
Phone: (08) 9223 1199
Phone: 1800 000 599
The Men’s Domestic Violence Helpline is a state wide 24 hour service. This service provides counselling for men who are concerned about becoming violent or abusive. The service can provide telephone counselling, information and referral to ongoing face to face services if required. Information and support is also available for men who have experienced family and domestic violence.
Phone: 1300 555 788
All regions: 1300 555 788
Peel region: 1800 676 822
This service provides a rapid response to mental health emergencies across the metropolitan area. These services should be used by people involved in a mental health emergency in the community. These might include:
Phone: 13 52 47
Provides confidential, 24/7 crisis support for people who are going through difficult times in their lives and need someone to talk to. Samaritans Crisis Line can assist with issues around: relationships or family problems, loss and bereavement, financial worries or job related anxieties, school or study-related stress, illness – for yourself or someone else you care for, addiction or substance abuse, and thoughts of suicide.
Phone: 1800 199 888
Phone: 6458 1828
The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) is the emergency sexual assault (rape crisis) service for Perth, Western Australia.
SARC is located in Perth, Western Australia, and provides high-quality care for females and males, 13 years and over, who have been affected by sexual assault (also called rape) or sexual abuse. SARC provides a 24-hour emergency sexual assault (rape crisis) service in metropolitan Perth. This involves medical care, a forensic examination and counselling support to people who have been sexually assaulted (or raped) within the previous 14 days.
SARC also provides counselling in centres across the Perth metropolitan area to people who have experienced sexual assault (rape) and sexual abuse in the past. SARC is a free confidential service. It is NOT part of the police, however SARC will support a person’s decision to involve the police.
SARC is located on the King Edward Memorial Hospital site in a building which is separate from the hospital and which has been designed to maintain a sense of confidentiality and to provide a non-hospital environment.
Emergency Telephone Counselling (8:30am to 11:00pm daily) – 6458 1828
Phone: 1300 659 467
Suicide Call Back Service is a nationwide service that provides 24/7 telephone, video and online professional counselling to people who are affected by suicide.
Suicide Call Back Service offers crisis support to anyone in Australia who is aged 15 years and older.
The service can help anyone who is affected by suicide, which includes:
Phone: (08) 9428 1500
Phone: 131 444
WA Police Child Abuse Squad deal with preventing child abuse, but also assist with reports pertaining to child abuse, identifying a child molester, internet safety and how to report suspicious online behaviour.
Phone: (08) 9223 1188
Phone: 1800 007 339
The Women’s Domestic Violence Helpline is a state wide 24 hour service. This service provides support and counselling for women experiencing family and domestic violence. This includes phone counselling, information and advice, referral to local advocacy and support services, liaison with police if necessary and support in escaping situations of family and domestic violence. The service can refer women to safe accommodation if required.