Palmerston proudly supports the 'Yes' campaign for constitutional recognition for First Nations Australians through a Voice to Parliament. At Palmerston, we hold a deep understanding of the rich culture and spiritual connection the First Nations people have with the land, sea and waterways. We understand the deep connections to family, community, country and culture [...]
Palmerston Association in partnership with South West Aboriginal Medical Service (SWAMS) have been successful in the competitive tender to deliver Alcohol and Other Drug Reintegration Services at Bunbury Regional Prison. The partnership between Palmerston Association and SWAMS integrates the best of residential and community based, locally led alcohol and other drug, mental health, primary [...]
Here at Palmerston we just want to assure you we are still open, we're just doing things slightly different. Please reach out to any of our branches to find out what options are available to you. To see our Branch locations click here COVID-19 is continuing to affect many people and it is natural to [...]
Palmerston Association turned 40 this month and we created this video to reflect on the past 40 years of our journey.
Staff and some former residents have made a video highlighting Palmerston Farm Therapeutic Community and the benefits of attending.
We are delighted to share that Palmerston Association in a further partnership with Wungening Aboriginal Corporation, have won another competitive tender to deliver Connect Wanju (Connect and Welcome) – General Court Intervention Program within the Perth Metro. The General Court Intervention Program aims to improve access to treatment and support services for accused persons within [...]
Palmerston Association in partnership with Wungening Aboriginal Corporation, have won the competitive tender to deliver Solid Steps AOD Recovery Program within the brand new Recovery and Rehabilitation Community Unit at Casuarina Prison. This new partnership has drawn on agency strengths and expertise in residential and community alcohol and other drug programs, adult justice, Aboriginal [...]
Kiya is our Aboriginal youth worker in Albany and is sharing her thoughts on how she and her family are adapting to the current challenges we are all experiencing. We want you to know we are still here and we are still listening. We are all in this together.
We spend a minute with Palmerston CEO, Emma Jarvis, to share her thoughts on adapting to the current challenges we are all experiencing. For our clients and their families, we want you to know we are still here and we are still listening. We are all in this together. #wearestillherestilllistening