Communicare Inc.

Communicare is a dynamic charity which helps more than a quarter of a million Australians every year. Since 1977, the organisation has grown rapidly establishing a reputation for innovation, leadership and professional excellence in Support Services.

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Seeking Expressions of Interest to Deliver Communities for Children Armadale Activities 2015-2019

Applications are now open for interested organisations to submit an Expression of Interest to deliver one or more of the Communicare Communities for Children Armadale activities designed to enable us to implement our 2015-2019 strategies.


Calling All Young Artists

Communicare is proud to be supporting National Families Week in 2015. Our annual drawing competition encourages imagination and provides a great opportunity to develop your skills in visual arts, whilst thinking about what activities you like to do with your family in the community.


Communicare Opens Women’s Refuge in Regional WA

Communicare has a long history of providing high quality family and domestic violence services to women, children and men throughout WA, including the only residential behaviour change program for perpetrators of Family Violence in the Southern Hemisphere – Communicare Breathing Space. Adding to this portfolio, Communicare will be providing accommodation and support services to women and children experiencing family violence. This Women’s Refuge, Tuart House, is based in the South West region of WA and will be operational from April 2015. 


Report Turns the Spotlight on Perpetrators of Family and Domestic Violence

Communicare, is continuing to call for earlier and more proactive intervention to family and domestic violence following the release of the Opportunities for Early Intervention report by the Centre of Innovative Justice (CIJ) on March 19, which explains the need for a National Plan and a collective response to family and domestic violence to intervene at the source of the problem; otherwise victims will remain at risk as the cycle of violence by men is perpetrated against current or new partners and families, increasing the impacts experienced by children and intergenerational family violence. The report also provides compelling statistics on the true cost of family and domestic violence, indicating that family violence is the most significant contributor to death, disability or illness in women aged 15 to 44 and that one woman is killed almost every week by a partner or ex-partner.


Have Your Say with Communicare Communities for Children Armadale

Communicare is calling all local Armadale families and community members to have their say! Feedback and input is being sought on the changing needs of local families and how we can support families in the area through Communities for Children activities.


Calling for an End to Child Detention Once and for All

Communicare, along with another 201 Australian organisations and community groups, are joining together to call for an end to the detention of children once and for all following the release of the Australian Human Rights Commission’s National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention which provides compelling evidence that Australia needs to cease these policies and practices and ensure they are never repeated.


Communicare Christmas Appeal 2014 Thank You

We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to residents, businesses and community groups throughout W.A. for donating more than 1,500 presents to our annual Christmas Appeal in 2014.


24th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

The Women's Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services (WA) invites all community members to attend the 24th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March. 


Communicare and Anglicare WA collaborate to stop family violence

Anglicare WA and Communicare have released a list of tips on how witnesses can respond to family and domestic violence.


Expressions of Interest for support group

Communicare Communities for Children Armadale is calling for Expressions of Interest to deliver a support group for families with children who have autism, for delivery until 30 June 2015 with possible extension.
Expressions of interest must be received by 5pm, August 29.
For a copy of the information pack please phone 9497 8521 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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