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Resources

Financial Resources

Below is a list of financial resources to assist with monetary issues.

This page provides some information about what financial counselors do, organisations which provide the service, and helplines to contact. 

This website contains information about the Financial Information Service that Service Australia offers. The program aims to help individuals make better informed financial decisions and plan for future needs.

FCAWA provides learning modules to increase your financial understanding and boost advocacy. 

These videos by the Financial Counsellors Association WA are aimed to build financially resilient women. The interactive videos educate viewers on a range of financial topics.

The FWC provide services including emergency relief, energy coaching and financial counselling. All services are free and confidential.

This in-depth step-by-step guide can assist you if you are having trouble paying your mortgage.

This document provides information for support and potential concessions/grants you may be eligible for if you have primary or secondary school children.

Legal Resources

If you require legal aid, please see below for a number of resources to assist you.

Provides information regarding different legal issues, and how to approach certain circumstances.

The Financial Rights Legal Centre provides free letter generators for you to use when writing to certain legal institutions.

Information pertaining to consumer purchases, debt repayments and other management of assets.

Circle Green is a community not-for-profit organisation which provides specialised legal services for tenancy issues, workplace rights and humanitarian issues. 

Health Resources

Below are various health services/resources including helplines and other aids, pertaining to mental health and physical health.

Sane provides information, support services and community groups for individuals who suffer from mental health issues or trauma.

Head to Health is a free government service which will connect you to the appropriate mental health support services. Learn more about their services.

1800 Respect is a call-line and online chat service to support individuals who have been impacted by domestic, family or sexual violence. They provide counselling, confidentiality and expert support services.

Your Toolkit provides a free, step-by-step guide on personal safety, support services and money matters for people facing family and domestic violence. They empower affected women physically, emotionally and financially. 

The Mental Health Emergency Response Line (MHERL) is a 24-hour telephone service for people in the Perth metropolitan area experiencing a mental health crisis.

You can call MHERL on:

  • 1300 555 788 (Perth)

  • 1800 676 822 (Peel region)

MindSpot provide a free digital service whereby you can be privately assessed for your symptoms and receive personalised feedback, consultation and treatment for these. 

Service Directories

Use these service directories to find other support services and resources more suited to your needs.

Ask Izzy is another website where you can search for support services, amongst the 400,000 which are on the site. 

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