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Please note: This directory does not include public mental health services. If you need urgent assistance please call one of the phone services below:

  • Emergency Services - 000
  • Lifeline - 13 11 14
  • Kids Help Line - 1800 551 800
  • SANE Australia - 1800 187 263
  • Mental Health Emergency response line - 1300 555 788 (metro) or 1800 676 822 (Peel)

What services you can find here

  • Counselling

    Counselling assistance with relationship, personal, perinatal, or financial problems, either individually, in a group, face-to-face, online or by phone.

  • Mutual Support and Self Help

    Support from others who have experienced mental health issues, such as peers, mentors, self-help, social or support groups.

  • Group Support Activities

    Social, recreational, physical, leisure and sporting activities, and hobbies at a centre or in the community.

  • Staffed Residential Services

    Accommodation with on -site support; emergency, transitional or long term.

  • Personalised Support

    Support to people in their own home or in the community for their physical, diet, finance, or housing needs.

  • Family & Carer Support

    Support to families or carers in their own home or as respite support.

  • Individual Advocacy

    Acting to uphold the rights of people with mental health issues, their families or carers.

  • Service Coordination

    A single point of contact to coordinate multiple services for people with mental health issues, families & carers.

  • Education, Employment & Training

    Support to access education, pre-vocational activity, volunteering, Individual Placement & Support, and employment.

  • Sector Development

    Building the capacity of services through policy, systemic advocacy, research, workforce development and training.

  • Mental Health Promotion

    Promoting positive attitudes to mental health through community education and by countering discrimination.

  • Mental Illness Prevention

    Activities that reduce the risk factors for mental illness and support mental wellbeing, resilience, coping and early intervention.

  • Alcohol and Other Drugs

    Alcohol and other drug services.

  • Workplace Wellbeing

    Workplace Wellbeing

Many of the organisations listed on WAAMH’s service directory are also closely related to the WA Network of Alcohol & Other Drug Agencies (WANADA). Due to this, WAAMH shares its service directory data with WANADA for the purpose of informing their Green Book directory. If you would like further information on this, please contact WAAMH on (08) 6246 3000.