News & events
National Sorry Day
Friday May 26 is National Sorry Day and will mark the 20th Anniversary of the Bringing Them Home report. Sorry Day is an important event that acknowledges the history of forcible removal of Aboriginal families and communities. To mark this occasion we are attending an event in Kwinana that will engaging and meaningful for the... More
Angela Ryder
We are proud to announce that our Senior Manager for Aboriginal Services Angela Ryder has been nominated for the Aboriginal Award in the 2017 West Australian of the Year Awards. Congratulations Angela! The Aboriginal Award is presented in celebration... More
Multicultural get togethers
As community Partners, 4families and The Smith Family facilitate monthly Multicultural Get-Togethers. The focus has been to provide a space where families could develop friendships and build a sense of community and belonging within the group. Ladies share stories about their lives, families and experiences and have conversations about their culture and diversity, and have opportunity to practice skills... More
Rebuilding after separation
Right now in the state of Western Australia there is a window of opportunity for a new approach to family and domestic violence. A change of government and the announcement of a new Minister with responsibility for Family and Domestic Violence means that a coordinated and integrated response across government agencies and community organisations... More
Connect For Mental Health
We have developed a free online mental health training tool to help the community better understand mental health, and recognise someone who may be at risk of mental health decline or contemplating suicide. It helps users understand how to reach out and talk to a person they may be worried about, how to respond to what they say, and also how to obtain further support if needed... More