Wattle House (WA)
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A true example of a hub of co-located integrated support programs, Wattle House provides a range of support services to help people address their complex needs and circumstances.
This is offered to people in the community who face significant life challenges, including homelessness and risk of homelessness. We offer immediate relief in the form of vouchers for food, utilities, clothing, medicines, transport and eye care.
Wattle House also offers long-term solutions such as counselling, education, group activities, housing and referrals to appropriate services.
Housing Support Worker
Our Housing Support Worker provides young people, single adults, couples, families and women with children escaping domestic violence who are exiting National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) accommodation services.
AOD Housing Support Workers
These workers provide intensive support to people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless, and whose alcohol and/or other drug use is a factor in their ability to secure and maintain long-term stable accommodation. People receiving this support must be engaged in treatment or completing treatment for their substance use.
A free university education program offered to people in the community who face significant life challenges. The main aim of the program is to harness the power of education to help empower people to become self-sufficient.
Each unit takes place over 12 weeks, and on completing four units the student is qualified to receive a University Certificate in Arts and Humanities from Edith Cowan University, which opens the door to further tertiary study.
40 Orr Street
Maddington WA 6109
P: (08) 9493 2447