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.
Are you or someone you care about in need of help?Below are support organisations who exist in the metro region to give you a helping hand to find your feet.
Remember to reach out to friends and family and contact us if you’re looking to find event or activities locally to engage with.
Cancer Council WA – Hills Regional OfficePhone: (08) 9382 9358 or 0433 874 390 | Website:
www.cancerwa.asn.auLocation: 1/42 Victoria Street MIDLAND WA 6056 Provides information and support services for
people affected by cancer.
Mooditj Marmum Book for Aboriginal Services
A dedicated 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
Phone: 13 11 14 | 0477 13 11 14 (text) | Website: lifeline.org.au24-hour crisis support line via phone,
text or online chat.
Phone: (08) 9328 2699 | mscwa.com.auMAITRI provides mental health assessment, treatment and management, counselling, psycho-education and psychosocial
intervention for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Phone: (08) 9328 9200 | Email: email@example.com | Website: cyrenianhouse.comAlcohol and other drug long-term residential treatment service for young women (with the option to bring their children 5 years and under).
Statewide confidential, non-judgemental telephone service for anyone concerned about their own or another person’s alcohol and other drug use and/or mental health issues.
Alcoholics AnonymousPhone: (08) 9325 3566 | Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: aa.org.au Local Location:
Jack Healey Centre, Mead Street, KALAMUNDA
Postal Address: Claisebrook House 33 Moore Street EAST PERTH WA 6004If you think you may be drinking too much we can help – come to a meeting – any meeting, and get the help you need.
Crisis Care provides Western Australia's after-hours response to reported concerns for a child's safety and wellbeing and information and referrals for people experiencing crisis.
You can contact Crisis Care if you are concerned about the wellbeing of a child, are escaping domestic violence and need help or are experiencing homelessness.
Provides a free, safe and anonymous 24/7 phone and online counselling service for 5 to 25 year olds. They also provide a dedicated phone line for parents on 1800 654 432.
Phone: 1800 048 636Provides phone and online videocall support for children and young people who are experiencing a mental health crisis, as well as support and advice to families and carers.
Phone: 1800 650 890 | Website: headspace.org.au/eheadspaceHeadspace provides free online and telephone support and counselling
to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends, seven days a week from 9am to 1am Melbourne time. They also provide Group Chats and a Digital Work and Study Service to help you with advice relating to employment and education.
Website: reachout.comReachout.com provides free online information, tools and tips help young people get through everyday issues to tough times – and also provides
information for parents and schools to make it easier for them to help young people too.
Location: 1A Sayer Street, MIDLAND WA 6056Phone: (08) 9427 7100 | Email: email@example.comGrowing up around mental
illness can have a big impact on young people. It can be confusing, scary and frustrating when a family member lives with mental-ill health. To help young people understand what’s going on around them and how best to cope with the challenges,
HelpingMinds offers a variety of free support that is fun, informative, and empowering.
Phone: (08) 9368 9368 | 1800 111 546 (regional)This is a free telephone support service for parents and carers of children aged 0-18 years who live in Western Australia. In Perth, phone, 7 days a week, 8 am-8 pm.
COACH Community MentoringPhone: (08) 9291 9866 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: www.coachnetwork.orgLocation: 1 Varley
Street LESMURDIE WA 6076 At COACH we provide non - judgemental, long - term volunteer mentor support – a ‘friend with a purpose’. Through our one - to one goal focused programme we aim to support families
who are going through tough times to work towards a brighter, more hopeful future . COACH is funded by Lesmurdie Baptist Church.
The Men’s Domestic Violence Helpline is a state wide 24 hour service. This service provides counselling for men who are concerned about their violent and abusive behaviours.
Free call: 1800 050 321The Family Relationship Advice Line is a national telephone service that helps families affected by relationship or separation issues, including information on parenting arrangements after separation.
It can also refer callers to local services that provide assistance.
Location: 35 Edinburgh Road, Forrestfield WA, AustraliaPhone: (08) 9359 1253 | Email: email@example.com | Website:
firs.org.au Monday – Friday 9:30am to 4:00pmFinancial Counsellor for residents in the City of Kalamunda (primarily) and
Early Years development programmes. Emergency relief within the City of Kalamunda.
Phone: 1300 650 579 | Website: legalaid.wa.gov.auProvides information, legal advice and representation. The type and amount
of help provided depends on your finances, nature of your legal problem and their resources.
Phone: (08) 6323 7500 | Email firstname.lastname@example.orgThis is a free and confidential service arranged by appointment only.
Phone: 1300 794 054Are you experiencing significant difficulties in meeting living expenses such as paying bills and having sufficient food and/or feeling socially isolated?
Phone: 1300 114 446Provides financial assistance, support and education to working families who are living in private rental accommodation and experiencing significant ‘housing stress’.
Phone: (08) 9359 5400 | (08) 9359 7777 | Email: email@example.comService Hours: Tuesday 10:30am to 1:30pm | Thursday 10:30am to 1:30pm
For urgent housing needs.
Free call 1800 424 287 | Online Chat Service: friendline.org.au (4pm – 6pm, Monday – Friday)Service
Hours: 8am – 6pm, 7 days a weekFor anyone who needs to reconnect or just wants a chat. All conversations with FriendLine are anonymous and their friendly volunteers are ready for a yarn and to share a story or two.
Website: connectedau.com.auVirtual connection. A place for community to feel visible and valued - to bring individuals from all ages and walks of life
together to share, inspire and connect.
Are you in a crisis? If life is in danger, call 000
Find more Crisis Support and Assistance services via:
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sports & Recreation
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.