Provide a safe home and environment for Children and Young people by becoming a Foster Carer.
Our Therapeutic Family Services specialises in trauma and abuse related issues within a multidisciplinary team of specialists working to help Children, Young people and their families heal from trauma.
Our Family Support Services work to create the best outcomes for Children and Young People. Services include Support and Counselling, School based support and our own Child and Parent Centres.
Our awesome and amazing Youth Services, incorporates a wide range of programmes and housing options to help the young people that we support, to achieve the best outcomes as they move into adulthood.
A Child Advocacy Centre is a community based, family friendly place where professionals from different agencies and disciplines come together to provide specialist services to children, young people and families who have experienced abuse.
Children who live in residential placements are cared for by professional carers, who provide a therapeutic and intensive environment in which children can develop and heal from their previous abuse.
Make a difference to the children and young people we serve. Hosting your own fundraiser is a wonderful thing that transforms lives and can be incredibly fun and rewarding.
Volunteer with Parkerville and help us to make a real difference to the lives of children and young people that we serve.
Whether you are looking to make a financial donation or a donation of goods,know that your donation will be put to excellent use.
Our campaigns and appeals focus on raising funds where it is needed most. With your support we can make a real difference to the lives of children and young people we serve.
Make a lasting contribution towards the future children and young people of Parkerville by leaving a gift in your will.
Our promise to you.
Our Education, Employment and Training (EET) Programme is a unique
programme that aims to prepare young people aged 14 to 16, who are at
risk of failing school, to not only realise their potential but achieve
Our Reconnect programme is a free, voluntary, confidential programme
which works to prevent young people that are aged 12-18 years from
becoming homeless. Reconnect provides an outreach service to both young
people and their families.
The Parkerville Children and Youth Care MOMO programme assists young people aged 15 to 21 years who are homeless, at risk of homelessness and/or residing in crisis or short-term accommodation services.
Our Armadale Youth Accommodation Service (AYAS) is a short term crisis accommodation that provides “at risk” or “homeless” young people between the ages of 15 and 20. AYAS is a six bed facility that can accommodate three males and three females up to 6 months.
The Belmont Youth Programme is an intensive residential programme for
at-risk and vulnerable young people aged 13 – 18 years who are currently
under the care of the Department of Communities - Child Protection and
The Young Women’s Programme aims to provide safe and affordable short to
medium term accommodation for young women 16-25 years of age who are
homeless, at imminent risk of homelessness or who need transitional
support in becoming independent.
117 years’ experience supporting vulnerable children, young people,
adults and their families in WA. Our mission is to
protect, care, advocate and promote recovery for children and young
people who have experienced trauma from abuse, to support families and
to work with the community to prevent child abuse. read more...