100+ Years we’ve been around
20+ Services we offer
10,000+ People we’ve helped
We provide a range of services, delivered in collaboration with local providers, to help individuals, families and communities get back in control of their lives.
Alcohol and Other Drugs Services
Not sure where to turn? You can turn to us. Alcohol and Other Drugs don’t need to rule your life. No matter the challenge you currently face, or the set of circumstances that led you to where you are, we will help you. Reaching out is the hardest step to take, but is...
Get the support you need in a space you feel welcome and safe. We all struggle at some points in our life. But there are ways to cope and paths to getting back to ‘feeling yourself’, whether you are experiencing stress, depression, anxiety or any other mental health...
Family & Domestic Violence
A safe place supporting families to live free from violence. Mara Pirni Healing Centre is a centrally located, wrap-around provider of a range of services for women, children, families, friends and victims of Family and Domestic Violence in the Goldfields North...
Youth Justice and Bail Services
Hope Youth Justice and Bail Services to help break prison cycles. Hope Community Services are the contracted provider to deliver Youth Justice and Bail Services from several locations across the state. These services are designed to provide Young People with a safe,...
Hope Springs Rehabilitation
Our beautiful rural space is designed to assist in drug and alcohol recovery Hope Springs is a Therapeutic Community (TC) set on over 56 acres of land near Walkaway, about 40km out of Geraldton in WA’s Midwest region. Here our team of support staff and health...
School Leavers Program
A volunteer program to keep School Leavers safe down south Hope have been a major stakeholder in the Busselton/Dunsborough School Leavers strategy for over 18 years, providing professional staff and up to 60 volunteers to assist in medical triaging, run recovery...
Outreach & Street Yarning
Street Yarning is HOPE’s mobile support service providing people with a safe space to connect with staff, including counsellors and volunteers. Street Yarning Outreach services also provide practical supports such as food, clothing, blankets and toiletries; and...
We believe no matter how difficult a person’s situation, there is always hope for a better future. Here’s how we help thousands get there.
Humans of Hope
Hear the personal journey’s from some of our clients.
Not too long ago one of our youth justice residents James, was referred to the Full Circle Partnerships program run by the Waalitj Foundation in the Kimberley. Read James' Full Story.
As a person who has been in recovery herself for over a decade, she thought she knew what to expect. What she wasn’t prepared for was the life changing experience that she was afforded. Read Chris' Full Story.
A holiday to Western Australia proved to be the turning point in Michael’s life – the visit turned into a 7 month stay at Hope Springs Therapeutic Community. Here he shares his experiences and talks about how and why the community made a difference to him. Read Michael's Full Story.
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- Qlife operate 3pm-12am each night https://qlife.org.au/contact-us
- Q13YARN which does Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Crisis Support: https://www.13yarn.org.au/
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Hope Community Services acknowledges and respects the traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owners of the lands on which we work, the first people of this country. We pay our respects to them, their culture, and their Elders, past, present and future.
Hope Community Services acknowledges and welcomes diversity in all its forms amongst staff and clients, including culture, language, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex variations, religion, and socio‑economic and relationship status.
Hope Community Services acknowledge the individual and collective experiences of those with a living or lived experience. We recognise their wise contribution at all levels throughout the business and value the courage of those who share their experiences for the purpose of creating safe spaces that improve mental health outcomes.