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Mental Health Services

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Alma Street Centre

Alma Street Centre offers a triage service to people living with a severe and disabling mental health illness in the Melville, Fremantle and Cockburn area. Walks in are welcome between 8am and 10pm for assessment and assistance.

Category: Mental Health Services

Altone Youth Services Inc.

ALTONE YOUTH SERVICES (AYS) is a Youth Centre located in Altone Park, Beechboro. *Formally known as Stand By Me Youth Service*

Drop-in is open for young people aged 11 to 18 at the times listed in the Programs Section. Come in and play Pool, Xbox, PS3, Wii, listen to music, grab a feed, talk to a youth worker or just hang out!  We also have online computers and a black light Cinema Room.

We offer informal counselling, practical support, advocacy, referal to additional services and case management to at risk Young People. We can provide information about a wide variety of issues relevant to young people’s lives.

Our aim is to provide a safe meeting place for young people, aged 11-25 years who reside, recreate or educate with the Lockridge/Beechboro and surround areas. We aim to provide young people with suitable educational and recreational activities that they otherwise would not have access to and that will provide them the opportunity to learn and develop a wide range of skills. We are open for drop-in sessions in the afternoons, during which time Young People are able to use our facilities and talk to the staff at the centre. We are also available for informal and formal counselling sessions with Young People and can refer those Young People to specialist services if the need arises can help young people that are experiencing a wide range of problems, including:

  • Homelessness
  • Alcohol and drug problems.
  • Employment and educational difficulties.
  • Mental, sexual and general health issues.
  • Financial problems.
  • Relationship conflict (family, friends and partners).
  • Legal and justice concerns.
  • Issues related to same sex attraction and gender diversity.
  • Family and Domestic Violence.
  • Suicidal thoughts and Self Harm.

AYS can assist young people by:

  • Providing informal counselling and case management.
  • Referring the young person to a specialised organisation.
  • Providing the young person with information.
  • Advocating on behalf of the young person.
  • Case Management
  • Emotional and practical support, advocacy and information

Contact: Chloe Turner Mobile: 0499 646 006 Phone: (08) 9377 4022

Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Child and Youth Services, General Contacts, Mental Health Services,

Anglicare WA – Connect For Life

Connect for Life Carer Support Services provides a range of flexible respite and support options for carers and families of people with a severe diagnoseable mental illness, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and intellectual disabilities. The services has been established to address the impacts of caring. The aim of these services is to provide support to carers and families to maintain their caring role whilst make the transition to NDIS and is aimed at assisting you as a carer to sustain your relationship and to enhance your own well-being.

Office Locations:

Gosnells – 9394 9200

Mandurah – 9581 0583

Categories: Family Services, General Contacts, Mental Health Services,

Carers WA

Counselling line 1800 007 332  8am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.
Assist people who provide unpaid care and support to a family member or friend who is frail & elderly, has dementia, a mental or chronic illness, a disability, complex needs or receives palliative care Carers provide a range of services for carers within the state.



Categories: Family Services, General Contacts, Mental Health Services,

Casson Homes Incorporated

Casson Homes Inc. provides a high standard of care and supportive services through its licensed psychiatric hostels and residential aged care facilities. Casson Homes Inc. facilities are accredited through state and commonwealth regulatory bodies and have in place a wide variety of supportive programs for clients living with a mental illness.

Casson Homes Inc. offers a home like environment to clients and access to professional mix of staff to assist in both care and lifestyle needs through a tailored care package.
Casson Homes Inc. has a wide range of professional staff mix and access to mental health services both onsite and external.

Categories: Accommodation, Mental Health Services,

Child Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

Child and Adolescent Health Service – Mental Health service (CAMHS) provides mental health programs to infants, children and young people up to the age of 17. This includes services in the community and in a hospital setting. Children and families are referred to these services by there treating therapist, GP, specialist or other community organisation. Information and advice about accessing a child adolescent Mental Health Service is available by contacting local CAMHS community clinics.

Armadale – 9391 2455

Bentley – 9334 3900

Clarkson – 9304 6200

Fremantle – 9435 9700

Hillarys – 9403 1999

Peel – 9531 8080

Rockingham – 9528 0555

Shenton – 9381 7055

Swan – 9250 5777

Warwick – 9448 5544

For more urgent situations please contact the CAHS urgent mental health support line on 1800 048 636 (24 hour service).

Categories: Child and Youth Services, Mental Health Services,

Emmaus Community

Long term accommodation service for adults who live with a mental health issues. Referrals are to be made via Bentley Mental Health Service.

Category: Mental Health Services

Helping Minds – Youth Support Counselling

A service that supports children or young people age 8-18 years who are living in the North or North east of Swan River. Parental consent is required for children less than 15 years of age. The service works with children and young persons to explain the aspects of a mental illness that their friend or family may be experiencing. The program is designed to assist the child in developing coping strategies and to develop positive self-image, self-esteem and confidence. Referrals are made through contact numbers provided.

Category: Mental Health Services

Mental Health Emergency Response Line (MHERL)

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:

  • individuals who feel that they require urgent assistance
  • families or carers of those with a mental illness
  • members of the general public who witness a mental health crisis and require assistance
  • health professionals
  • community welfare service providers

Categories: 24hr Emergency Contacts, Mental Health Services,

Mental Health Law Centre

The service is free legal advice and representation to people who are involuntary patients in the Western Australian mental health system. Subject to resources, they provide legal help, advice, representation and/or referrals in other areas of law including criminal, guardianship and administration, criminal injuries compensation, equal opportunity, discrimination and other civil matters.

Categories: General Contacts, Legal Services, Mental Health Services,

Neami National

Neami National is a community mental health service supporting people living with mental illness to improve their health, live independently and pursue a life based on their own strengths, values and goals.

We provide services in diverse communities in Western Australia, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, ranging from the inner-city and suburbs to regional and remote areas.

Neami National provide individual outreach support, youth support services, NDIS services, community programs, rehabilitation (Residential and Non-Residential), and housing and homelessness support.

Category: Mental Health Services

Psychiatric Days Program – Abbotsford Hospital

Specialised day patient psychiatric services provide treatment & counselling for patients with psychiatric disorders and mental illnesses including depression; anxiety; OCD; trauma; bipolar affective disorder; alcohol, other drug & gambling addictions; eating disorders; internet and sex addiction; and men’s and women’s issues

Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Mental Health Services,

Richmond Wellbeing

Richmond Wellbeing is one of the leading mental health organisation in WA, that assist adults, youth and families deal with the challenges of mental health issues. As a registered NDIS provider, Richmond Wellbeing aims to share and support individuals on their recovery from mental illness. Richmond Wellbeing provide general support as well as supported accommodation for individuals who cannot live at home due to personal circumstances and mental health challenges making living in or keeping a home difficult.

Categories: Accommodation, Mental Health Services,

Rise Network

People with disabilities,mental health issues, people who are aged and youth at risk.  Can assist with a range of issues including maintaining and sustaining tenancy, rent payments and service charges. They can also support caregivers with respite care.

Categories: Mental Health Services, Tenancy Support Services,

RUAH Engagement Hub

The Ruah Engagement Hub (previously the Ruah Centre) is located in Northbridge, for people who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless. Everyone over the age of 20 is welcome. Ruah Engagement Hub can also provide support with the following:

  • Assertive advocacy
  • Crisis accommodation referrals
  • Document support, assistance with accessing ID and housing applications
  • Support with referral to case management programs, health services, legal services and other supports
    Rest and recuperation facilities including showers.

Address: 247 James Street, Northbridge

Operating Hours: 8:30am to 2:00pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)

Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts, Mental Health Services,

Samaritans Crisis Line

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.

Categories: 24hr Emergency Contacts, Child and Youth Services, Emergency and Crisis Care Numbers, Mental Health Services,

Specialist Aboriginal Mental Health Service (SAMHS) Metropolitan

The Specialist Aboriginal Mental Health Service (SAMHS) Metropolitan supports both Aboriginal consumers and carers in accessing mainstream mental health services, and in better meeting the needs of Aboriginal people.

Located at De Grey House, Graylands Health Campus, SAMHS Metropolitan provides state-wide consultation/liaison with service providers and the community; advocacy for Aboriginal consumers; and operates as a peak body for Aboriginal mental health professionals. SAMHS Metropolitan operates with cultural integrity using strategies to include brokering of elders, and traditional healers to participate in particular clinical cases.

SAMHS Metropolitan is an adult mental health service that provides a ‘whole of family’ approach to service delivery.

Categories: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Mental Health Services,

St Bartholomew’s Mental Health Support Service

Provides accommodation for people between the ages of 18 to 65 years old living with a mental illness and requires support of between 2 to 4 hours a day.

Category: Mental Health Services

Youth Link WA

Youthlink is a state-wide mental health program managed through the North Metropolitan Area Mental Health Service. YouthLink assists young people, aged 13-24 years of age, who experience difficulties with their emotional or social well-being.  YouthLink provides specialist mental health counselling, consultation, training and community development. YouthLink is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

Categories: Child and Youth Services, General Contacts, Mental Health Services,