John

Western Australia

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Sexual Assauilt Referral Centre

Subiaco WA

24 hr Crisis Cre

1800 199 888

Port Hedland Sexual Referral Centre

08 9173 3337

Eastern Goldfield Sexual Assault Referral Centre

Kalgoorlie WA

24 hrs

08 9091 1922

Domestic Violence Crisis Care

24 hrs

1800 199 008

WA Group for those abused by Christian Brothers

09 9421 1034

Incest Survivors Association -

08 9227 8745

Princess Margaret Hospital, Subiaco -

08 9340 8222

Sexual Assault Resource Centre -

1800 199 888

Womens Health Care House, Northbridge -

08 9227 8122

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Theres actually a group for people abused by christians ..thats very disheartening and so so sad !

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Feel free to PM me. I am close by and can let you know about these centers if need be ie metro area.

There is also free counselling in Armadale as part of Armadale hospital and I know there are groups arranged in Armadale area but dont know any more information than that.

SARC (sexual assault referral center) is FREE however, there is a waiting list unless you are in a dangerous situation. I waited about 4 weeks or so for first appointment. Incest Survivors Association is not free. There is other free resources, however I am not sure if they are free for everyone. SARC is part of King Edward in Subiaco (separate building) and there is FREE childcare. These are specialist counsellors. Please PM me and I will let you know my experiences here.

SARC counsels males and females and has groups (groups are free). They have separate groups for childhood sexual abuse survivors and assault survivors. Incest Survivors has groups to.

Also have a look at ASCA - they have meetings north of the river and meet in groups for survivors of abuse (child abuse and sexual abuse) ie survivor run group and not government funded. Grant funded.

Thanks - PM me.

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Centacare as services in Perth, Midland and Joondalup, depending on your wage and they will negotiate the fee :-) (I think if you asked, it would be free if you could not afford it) and they do it free for health care card holders.

Tracey

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angelhands.org.au

Survivor Organisation

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When i initially disclosed i called SARC's helpline. They were really slow, but got there in the end after i had to go home knowing that i had told someone. I waited nearly three weeks to see a counsellor, but the person i got was really good, and almost worth the wait.

I have since moved to Victoria and SARC referred me to CASA and i guess i have mixed reviews about them. Also a long waiting period. It seems there is always a lot of waiting.

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