We support individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol and other drug issues with a range of services including counselling, group support and residential rehabilitation. We are located in Perth metropolitan, Peel, the South West and Great Southern regions of Western Australia.

Palmerston acknowledges the importance of Reconciliation Week and the events that mark the steps towards recognising the past traumas and exclusions of First nations Australians.

The Journey of Health and Wellbeing is a 10-minute animation that charts the progress of the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people and communities from colonisation to today. It seeks to help us understand how events of the past play out in the present but offers a framework of hope and equity.

The Journey of Health and Wellbeing video was developed by the Aboriginal Health Policy Directorate. It is based on the concept by Tim Muirhead and Danny Ford that has been used to enhance face​-to-face Aboriginal cultural learning training in the WA health system for a number of years.

We highly recommend you watch the video as part of your Reconciliation week activities.

The video is available at: Journey of Health and Wellbeing

Individual Support
Family and Friends
Residential Rehab

Supporting people affected by alcohol and other drugs

Our Stories
clients supported 2018/2019
of clients were under 30 years of age
clients listed alcohol as their drug of concern
of clients listed meth as their main drug of concern

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