All of the following resources are vital resources that you can call/visit at anytime. These resources range from emergency support, personal crisis support and essential services.
Emergency Services: Call 000 If you are in immediate danger and need assistance, call 000. This includes Police, Ambulance & Fire/Rescue.
Kids Helpline: Call 1800 55 1800 Website: www.kidshelpline.com.au Similar to Lifeline, Kids Helpline is a 24/7 support network for kids, young adults, parents and schools. The service aims to help those struggling with a variety of issues. You can call at anytime. This service is aimed predominantly at young people aged 5-25.
Major Hospitals Here is a list of major hospitals. For minor appointments, attend your local GP. -Joondalup Hospital: Grand Blvd & Shenton Avenue, Joondalup, WA, 6027 -Armadale Health Service: 3056 Albany Hwy, Mount Nasura, WA, 6112 -Fiona Stanley Hospital: 11 Robin Warren Dr, Murdoch, WA, 6150 -Fremantle Hospital: Alma St, Fremantle, 6160 -Hollywood Private Hospital: Gate 2/101 Monash Ave, Nedlands, WA, 6009 -St. John of God Midland Public & Private Hospitals: 1 Clayton St, Midland, WA, 6056 -Royal Perth Hospital: Victoria Square, Perth, WA, 6000 -Perth Children's Hospital: 15 Hospital Ave, Nedlands, WA, 6009 -Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital: Hospital Ave, Nedlands, WA, 6009 -King Edward Memorial Hospital: 374 Bagot Rd, Subiaco, WA, 6008
Centrelink Call 136 240 (Self Service) OR 132 307 (Online Support Services) Website: www.servicesaustralia.org.au Centrelink is a Government service that provides payments and services to individuals and families. Click herefor a guide on COVID-19 payments.
Looking for work There are many Government and non-Government resources for young people seeking a job, as well as future career options. Websites for job seekers: -au.indeed.com -www.jora.com -www.jobsandskills.wa.gov.au Websites for career advice: -www.myfuture.edu.au -www.headspace.org.au/young-people/what-career-or-job-suits-me/ Tips for writing a resume: 1. Look for keywords in the job postings. 2. Review resume examples for your industry. 3. Use a professional font. 4. Include only the most relevant information and put the most important information first. 5. Use active language. 6. Call attention to important achievements. 7. Only include subheadings and sections you need. 8. Choose appropriate margins. 9. Proofread and edit. 10. Decide whether you need a unique resume for different jobs. For more information and expansion on those tips, click here.
Lifeline: Call 13 11 14 Website: www.lifeline.org.au Lifeline is a national 24/7 support network for those struggling with personal crisis, mental health, suicidal thoughts (suicide prevention) and other personal issues. You can talk to someone 24/7.
Headspace Website: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/ Headspace is an organisation specialising in youth mental health. Their eheadspace is a free online and telephone support and counselling service. This service is tailored to young adults.
1800RESPECT: 1800 737 732 OR 13 14 50 (for an interpreter) Website: www.1800respect.org.au 1800RESPECT is a 24/7 confidential counselling and support service for those affected by domestic violence within their families/household. If you are in immediate danger, please call 000.
Your Local Council Click here to find your local council. Services your local council has to provide: -Youth Services: A majority of councils have youth services. This includes youth groups/activities/programs. To find a youth group near you, click here. -Road Safety: Road issues can be taken up with local councils or Main Roads. -Animal Registration: Legally cats and dogs must be registered with Local Governments. To find out more, click here.