If you find yourself needing advocacy support:
People with Disabilities WA (Inc.)
PWDWA supports individuals to speak out, to express their views and uphold their rights. Freecall: 1800 193 331 | Telephone: (08) 9485 8900 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.pwdwa.org
Advocacy WA assists and supports people with disabilities to achieve social and individual change, empowerment, justice and human rights.
If you are needing Cultural and Linguistically Diverse support services:
Ethnic Disability Advocacy Centre
Provider of advocacy and interpreter services for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Freecall: 1800 659 921 | Telephone: (08) 9388 7455 Email: email@example.com
Is a directory of groups that can search to find other peers for support, United in Diversity group is the closest one to our HQ: https://connectgroups.org.au/directory/categories/cald
If you are needing LGBTQI+ support services:
A national service that aims to keep LGBTQI communities supported and connected. Phone: 1800 184 527 (3pm–midnight AEST) Online chat (3pm–midnight AEST)
A bank of resources for LGBTQI https://au.reachout.com/articles/lgbtqi-support-services
Available to anyone to talk about sexuality and gender, no matter what they identify as. Their phone counsellors can also refer you to gender- and sexuality-friendly doctors, psychologists, counsellors or lawyers, and other community groups that you might wish to connect with. They also run community workshops and inclusivity training.
7–10 pm, Monday–Friday
Phone: 1800 184 527
The Freedom Centre
Provides safe social spaces, peer support, information and referral for young gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer and questioning young people under age 26.
Phone: (08) 9228 0354
Western Australian AIDS Council
Offers counselling to people living with or affected by HIV and their friends and family, the broader LGBTIQIA+ community and youth counselling for the LGBTIQIA+ community.
Phone: (08) 9482 0000
Country Callers: 1800 671 130