Education & Training – Albany

Reclaiming Our Lives Program

The program is for women who have been or are currently in an abusive relationship. The program consists of eight two-hour sessions. The sessions are held at a safe venue with the closest venue being in Albany. Women can share and talk openly about themselves, their relationships and families. The program provides information about domestic violence, but also encourages participating women to support each other emotionally and practically. Each session focuses on a different topic.

Topics include:

  • Stress
  • Self esteem
  • The big picture
  • The abuse cycle
  • Dynamics of emotional abuse
  • Anger enemy or foe
  • Children
  • Legal Issues and conclusion

The program will not run during the school holidays due to issues related to childcare.

AnglicareWA is a not for profit community service organisation who support people, families and their communities to cope with the challenges of life by building their resilience and capacity. They assist people with relationship issues, financial problems, and housing difficulties.

Address: 44 Collie St, Albany WA 6330

Hours: Mon – Fri, 8:30am–4:30pm
Phone: (08) 9845 6666


Breaking the Silence – Worthy Women 2 Day Course

Coming Soon!!

A 2 day program held over a 6 week period to give the participants time to go home and make changes; and encounter real-life challenges; that are then considered and addressed within the second half of the program.

DAY ONE: This day to include Communication skills/assertiveness and resiliency/values, boundaries. Mental health wellness. 10 pillars exercise. Personality exercise. Practicing communication skills.

DAY TWO: Positive affirmations group exercise and Graduation ceremony. This day to include confidence, setting goals and how to achieve them along with leadership skiills. Mindfulness exercise, Positive finish exercise, and `graduation ceremony’.

Contact: Breaking the Silence
Phone: 0428 999 140



Southern Aboriginal Corporation

One Million Stars to End Violence Project

The ‘One Million Stars to End Violence Project’, an activity based initiative which engages and consults with Indigenous families to create awareness around family violence is delivered in Mount Barker, Tambellup, Gnowangerup and Katanning once a month in each town.

Significant requests for assistance from the Great Southern Indigenous communities and individuals have been received the beautiful stars, which are symbols of light, courage and solidarity to end all forms of violence, including violence against women, bullying and racism, will form part of the arts installation of one million stars at the GC2018 Commonwealth Games.

ICL promotes and participates in other events such as National Sorry Day and NAIDOC Week celebrations.

Address45-47 Serpentine Rd
  Albany WA 6330
 PO Box 5277 Albany WA 6332
Phone9842 7777

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Southern Aboriginal Corporation

Indigenous Family Support Service

The IFSS Program provides a ‘grass roots’ community service, which raises awareness about the damaging effects of family violence and drug and alcohol abuse, through staff interacting and socialising with community members in Albany, Mount Barker, Tambellup, Gnowangerup and Katanning.


Address45-47 Serpentine Rd
  Albany WA 6330
 PO Box 5277 Albany WA 6332
Phone9842 7777
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