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.
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.
Anglicare WA and Communicare have released a list of tips on how witnesses can respond to family and domestic violence.
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.
Communicare Inc. announced today that its Board of Management has named Melissa Perry as Chief Executive Officer, effective September 15. Ms Perry replaces outgoing CEO Martine Pitt, who announced her intention to retire from the role earlier this year
Communicare, as a community sector partner of WACOSS, are delighted to be a part of the planning group hosting world renowned early childhood expert Dr Stuart Shanker and his collegue, Mike McKay, the Director of the Canadian Self Regulation Initiative, in Perth from February 3-13, 2014.
Each year, through the generous support from the community and businesses, Communicare is able to provide food and gifts to thousands of Australian families who may not otherwise have had food on their table or a visit from Santa on Christmas day.
In 2013 we are expecting the demand for assistance from struggling families to be greater than any other year so we need your help more than ever with the Communicare Christmas Appeal!
Seven young indigenous jobseekers from the Balga Detached Solid Youth Project received a boost in employability skills by receiving a Cert II in Construction, thanks to a joint project between Communicare Community Initiatives, Balga Detached Solid Youth Project and Polytechnic West.
Teenage parents in Armadale, especially young fathers, are in need of greater support, according to a study conducted by Curtin University for the Communicare Inc. Communities for Children program.