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Support Groups

We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of support groups and organisations that might be able to help you on your journey.

Grow offers weekly meetings of small groups of people who have experienced depression; anxiety or other mental or emotional distress; who come together to help each other deal with the challenges of life.

Recovery focused service for consumers of mental health services through reconnection to supported non-accredited training, supported accredited education, supported employment, community and then open education, training and employment.

The aim of the Haemophilia Foundation of Western Australia Inc. is to work towards a better quality of life for people with a bleeding disorder and to provide support for their families by:
Providing peer support activities to our community
Providing information about bleeding disorders to members and the general public
Advocating and liaising with government agencies and hospitals on behalf of the bleeding disorders community
Contributing directly to the assistance of members in their education and welfare
Supporting research and development of new and improved therapies
Encouraging the public to become blood donors to the Australian Red Cross Blood Service

Provides mental health services for young people and their families. Includes mental health, physical health, work and study support and alcohol and drug services.

Residential healing weeks held for survivors of abuse and trauma in childhood. Provides trauma information and techniques to prevent episodes and anxiety attacks.

This service aims to support people with the chronic conditions of diabetes, long term lung disease, heart disease and heart failure

A community based cardiac rehabilitation program that is available to cardiac patients and those at risk of heart disease. This program runs for 2 hours each week for seven weeks. The group sessions are two hours in duration with one hour of education and one hour of supervised exercise.

Provides support and hope to children and the families of children with congenital and/or acquired heart disorders. Shares information to ensure parents are well informed and supported and better able to cope with the day-to-day management of their child.

Provides support to relatives, friends and carers of people with a mental health problem. Services include support groups, counselling and information, advocacy, youth services and holiday respite.

Offers programs for people in crisis; with issues such as Boundaries, Self-Esteem, Loss & Grief, Addictions & Co-dependency, Building Relationships and Abuse issues. Services include counselling; self help; support and fellowship. Minimal fees payable. Please contact the office for further details.

Aims to enable the best possible quality of life for people with HD, their families and carers through advocacy, support and education.

A program for male and female carers from CaLD communities who care for a family member or a significant other with mental health problems. Focuses on the emotional, social, cultural, religious and linguistic needs of the carer. Includes group programs, personal counselling, information sessions and training.

Providing support and assistance to adults and children diagnosed with brain tumours, their carers and family, and also to the advancement of the treatment, and research of these conditions.

Provides mental health recovery planning and implementation support through person-centered supports and services, connected approaches and balanced investment.

Peak national body for promoting good kidney health through education, advocacy, research and support.