Carers WA

Carers WA is non-profit, community based organisation and registered charity dedicated to improving the lives of family carers living in Western Australia.

Carers WA offers a range of innovative programs and services aimed at providing practical and emotional support. Services include the provision of specialist information and advice, resources and carer support through education/training, social support and carer advocacy and representation.

Carers WA is also the lead service provider for Carer Gateway services in WA. Services include in-person peer support, counselling, respite care and financial support.

Carers WA
Street Address
182 Lord Street, Perth, WA, 6000
Phone
1300 227 377
Email
[email protected]

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Services Provided

Counselling

A free, non-judgemental and empathetic support to carers; providing counselling sessions for issues that are directly related to their caring role.

Who it's for

Each carer is eligible for up to 6 counselling sessions, per episode of care. Carers are eligible for counselling when their caring role is affecting their personal wellbeing or mental, emotional or physical health, is causing changes to their relationships, has an impact on their life, or if any of the above is impacting on their ability to cope with their caring role. Counselling is accessible through Carer Gateway.

Statewide

Personalised Support

Carers WA offers a range of innovative programs and services aimed at providing practical and emotional support. Services include the provision of specialist information and advice, resources and carer support through education/training, a dedicated young carer program, social support and carer advocacy and representation.

Who it's for

Carers providing unpaid care and support to a family member or loved one living with a disability, long term medical condition, mental health challenge, substance dependency or frailty due to age.

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Family & Carer Support

Carers WA offers a range of innovative programs and services aimed at providing practical and emotional support. Services include the provision of specialist information and advice, resources and carer support through education/training, a dedicated young carer program, social support and carer advocacy and representation.

Who it's for

Carers providing unpaid care and support to a family member or loved one living with a disability, long term medical condition, mental health challenge, substance dependency or frailty due to age.

Statewide