Hannah's* family lived in fear. Many times Hannah’s husband hurt her in front of their children. He was unpredictable and controlling, always threatening to harm their children too. Hannah was feeling powerless and wishing the abuse would stop.Help us. Help many.
A just and fair Western Australia where all people thrive.
To work together in trusted relationships with people and families across WA who partner with us, on a journey to thriving.
Together with our wonderful supporters, we have kept 86 services open across 44 locations, supporting more than 34,000 Western Australians in need.
18-year-old Paula* was referred through the justice system to our Y-Shac program for youth crisis accommodation. She had a tough, complex, and traumatic background, which revealed itself in difficult behaviour and poor decision-making. Paula had witnessed horrific family and domestic violence all of her young life, up to the age of seven, when the family finally escaped and her father was prosecuted. However, the family’s safety was seriously threatened by a severe backlash from the father’s family.Read more
Stay in touch with what we've been doing in the community, the changes we're striving to make and how you can make a difference to Western Australians in need.
Anglicare WA offers a wide range of services and with 44 service locations across WA, we’re never too far away.Locations