Mental Well-being Support

Nobody needs to struggle in silence

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New Beginnings

A program for women who experience distress or depression within the first year after childbirth. A structured 9-week group held in a safe, nurturing environment to explore responses to motherhood with other group members with similar issues and feelings. 

Workshops are held every Tuesday at The Spiers Centre's Neighbourhood Centre in Heathridge.

For more information and referral contact the Duty Officer at Joondalup Community Mental Health on 9406 7100

Compassionate Friends

We are a self-help peer support group open to bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents. Compassionate Friends has no religious or political affiliation, and is a worldwide organisation run by volunteers, which aims to support families with the grief following the death of a child.

Some of you may find it hard to attend one of these support groups.  Compassionate Friends know just how hard it can be to take that first step. But, do know all of those attending have already felt what you are feeling and now know that it was the best step they took through this very painful journey to a more resilient place with unflinching support and understanding. 

We would love for you to join us at The Spiers Centre every 4th Thursday of each month at 7:30pm.

For more information or to confirm your attendance, please call 6107 6288 or 6107 6257 or via email at info@compassionatefriendswa.org.au 

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