In Western Australia, there are nearly 20,000 not-for-profit groups registered as incorporated associations!
At the City of Kalamunda, we want to make sure Community Groups and Associations feel informed and supported to do what they do best - help our community.
For any questions about setting up a community group, or support to keep it running, reach out to the City of Kalamunda's Coordinator Community Services on 9257 9999.
Check out funding opportunities available to your club here.
For a introductory guide to establishing a community group of your own, check out this Community Group Information Guide.
These groups and services also comprise
of local non-profit sporting clubs, education facilities such as schools and other arts, cultural and leisure activities.
To register your organisation, charity, or community group on this directory, please send an email directed to the Coordinator Community Services.
Self-care units are available for people who wish to live independently. Units are generally smaller than family homes and are easier to maintain. Some self-care units are located in retirement villages with support facilities available if required.
Hostels provide bed-sit type accommodation with meals and other support services. Some rooms have en-suites and others have shared facilities. Support staff are on duty 24/7 and help is available with personal care, cleaning and laundry. To be considered
for a hostel, arrange a referral from your doctor to an Aged Care Assessment Team located at a public hospital.
Accommodation provided is for people who require daily assistance and/or ongoing nursing care. To gain entry it is necessary to arrange a referral from your doctor to an Aged Care Assessment Team, located at a public hospital. If assessed by Aged Care
Assessment Team, as needing nursing care, then a suitable accommodation would need to be found.
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A directory of services available for Aboriginal men across a broad range of health and wellbeing areas including crisis services, relationships, fathering, eating right, being active, weight control, alcohol and drug use, preventable diseases, suicide prevention, legal and financial support and domestic violence. It encourages cultural pride, men actively taking control over their physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing, and the importance of indigenous men providing support for each other and their community.
Provided by Government of WA - Department of Health Aboriginal Health© The Mooditj Marmun Book is copyright of MAN 33 Moore St, East Perth 6004
Documents are available in alternative formats. To request an alternative format or a printed hard-copy please contact Community Development on 9257 9841.
* can also have the directory placed on a USB
To be directed to: Community Development Administration Support Officer on 9257 9841 or email@example.com
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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.