Places & Spaces
Agencies and Service Providers
ABORIGINAL SCHOOL BASED TRAINEESHIPS
Contact: Ashley Garlett, SMYL Community Services on (08) 9430 4921.
CHALLENGER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Certificate II in General Education for Adults.
Contact: Lesley Misarz on (08) 9239 8200
Assisting young people in their 16th or 17th year who are early school leavers with transitioning into alternative education/training or employment.
Contact: Chris Dudley, Senior Participation Coordinator
Phone: (08) 9314 0453
PEEL ADVENTURE GAMING SOCIETY
The Peel Adventure Gaming Society (PAGS) is a non-profit making organisation of local games. Their primary role is to provide a venue for players and referees of role-playing, collectable card game (CCG) playing and tabletop gaming in the Mandurah region.
When: Mondays 5.00pm to 9.45pm
Cost: Free to watch, $3 to play
Bring: Just turn up, bring models or cards if you like.
Contact: David, Peel Adventure Gaming Society President on 0401 283 924.
Peel Youth Medical Service (PYMS)
The Peel Youth Medical Service (PYMS) is located upstairs at the Billy Dower Youth Centre, Dower Street, Mandurah. We provide confidential health services in a safe non-judgmental environment.
Mondays and Wednesdays: 1.00pm – 5.00pm
Phone lines open from 12.30pm on clinic days
Venue: Upstairs at the BDYC
Phone: (08) 9583 5435
PO Box 3156, Mandurah East, WA 6210
SAMARITANS CRISIS LINE
Available 24/7 to all ages, the Samaritans Crisis Line offers confidential non-judgemental and non-religious emotional support to the lonely, despairing or suicidal.
Crisis Line: (08) 9381 5555
Toll Free: 1800 198 313
SCHOOL VOLUNTEER PROGRAM INC
The School Volunteer Program is an in-school mentoring program. The students are identified by the school as potentially benefiting from mentoring. Our volunteer mentors assist the students in school on a one on one basis by encouraging and guiding them to achieve their full potential. Mentoring can increase self esteem, confidence and support the development for positive life skills.
Contact: Bernie Rozario, SVP Liaison Officer
Phone: 0439 444 380
SMYL COMMUNITY SERVICES
Certificate of General Education for Adults (CGEA) - A literacy and numeracy program for Centrelink clients, including migrant English language learners.
When: Monday-Thursday 9:00am-2:30pm
Contact: Coordinator Susan Whitford, (08) 9432 5186 or Teacher Alan Weber, 0438 823 654
Strength based coordinated process which empowers and strengthens families in dealing with multi complex issues and working with a number of agencies.
Contact: Sharon Whitby
Phone: (08) 9586 1304
Youth friendly counselling service specialising in depression and self harm.
Age: 12-18 years
Venue: Upstairs at BDYC
Phone: (08) 9361 4222