The Jurien Bay CRC can put you in touch with a range of other groups for specialist advice.
Many of these groups visit Jurien Bay either regularly or when requested, and if they can't come to town, we can facilitate confidential video conferencing for you.
Advocating for the rights, and empowering People with disabilities in WA. PWdWA is run BY and FOR people with disabilities in Western Australia.
Amity Health is a not-for-profit organisation delivering Allied Health care to adults and children in the Great Southern, Wheatbelt and Goldfields regions.
Joblink Midwest provide range of free career services including career guidance, resumes, application letters, work experience, job search, training options, recruitment, job search, funding for training, mature job seeker assistance, career development in schools, workshops, apprenticeship & traineeship information.
Holyoake operates the Wheatbelt Community Alcohol and Drug Service (WCADS). Besides providing services at our bases in Northam, Merredin and Narrogin, they offer outreach services across the Wheatbelt on a regular referral basis, visiting Jurien Bay fortnightly.
Wheatbelt CLC is an independent, not-for-profit, community based organisation that provides free legal services for vulnerable people in the Wheatbelt community.
Serving locals for more than 20 years, they provide assistance in the areas of family law, child protection, criminal law, civil law and tenancy advocacy.
The DVA supports those who serve or have served in defence of our nation, and their families. The DVA offers pensions, education schemes and payments to support the eligible family members of veterans.
They can help you and your family access support for your mental health and wellbeing. If you are in crisis or need immediate help, there are people you can talk to.
Financial counselling is available with Uniting WA via video conference through the Jurien Bay CRC. If you have debt problems and want options to deal with them, have troubles meeting your financial commitments, find that you are spending more than you earn, need help to negotiate with creditors or are considering bankruptcy, get some good advice from a counsellor.
Legal Aid WA works to improve access to justice and deliver a range of legal services to the community, particularly to those in situations of disadvantage or special need. We try to help people to avoid legal problems and access fair solutions at the earliest opportunity. We aim to help people find alternatives to going to court and resolve problems by themselves. Legal Aid WA is an independent body created to provide and manage legal aid services in Western Australia.