Youth Domestic Violence Services & 24/7 Hotllines
CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (CAMHS)
The child and adolescent program provides assessment, treatment and support for children and adolescents up to 18 years of age with severe and persistent mental health disorders and/or self-harming/suicidal ideations and/or behaviours, as well as assistance for their family/carers.
Address: 13-20 Forrest St, Esperance 6450
Phone: 08 9071 0444
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30am – 4:30pm
Billing: No Fee
DEPARTMENT FOR CHILD PROTECTION & FAMILY SUPPORT – ESPERANCE
Child protection and report child abuse
Address: 86B Windich Street, Esperance 6450 WA
Phone:(08) 9083 2566
ESPERANCE REGIONAL YOUTH JUSTICE SERVICES
The Regional Youth Justice Services model was developed to divert young people from the criminal justice system and support them and their families to make positive choices.
Address: Suite 11, Balmoral Square,
53 The Esplanade, Esperance WA 6450
Postal Address: PO Box 1752, Esperance WA 6450
Phone: 08 9071 4970
Fax: 08 9071 4637
Freecall: 1800 050 155
Escare runs a part-time Youth Service that offers a regular group, information, referrals, advocacy, one to one assistance and recreational activities to you “at risk” people, ages between 12-18 years, in Esperance.
Address: Esperance Lotteries House, Forrest Street, Esperance, WA 6450
(Opposite The Boulevard)
Postal Address: PO Box 850, Esperance WA 6450
Hours: 9.00 AM – 4.00 PM, Monday to Friday
YOUTH AFFAIRS COUNCIL OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (YACWA)
Pling WA is Australia’s first ever Statewide youth services directory in smartphone app and website form. The project has been supported by grants from the WA State Government Social Innovations Grant Program and Lotterywest.
Find services from youth centres to crisis services for emergencies and everything in between; search by using key words, browsing categories, entering a suburb or searching using the <ESPERANCE> location.
SCHOOL DRUG EDUCATION & ROAD AWARENESS (SDERA)
SDERA helps children and young people make smarter choices by providing a resilience approach to road safety and alcohol and other drugs education. We support school staff, early childhood educators and community agencies with professional learning, resources and state-wide consultancy
Address: Castletown Primary School
43 Easton Road, Castletown WA 6450
Contact: Jill Fitzpatrick
Phone: 08 9071 5599
Fax: 08 9071 4852
Mobile: 0428 855 593
Youth Crisis Help – 24/7
REMEMBER: If you need a safe computer go to the Esperance Public Library.
|eHEADSPACE||www.eHeadspace.org.au||eHeadspace email support||1800 650 890|
|eheadspace is a confidential, free and secure space where young people 12 - 25 or their family can chat, email or speak on the phone with a qualified youth mental health professional.
eheadspace can help you with a broad range of issues like bullying, drug and alcohol issues, depression and anxiety, relationships, concerns about friends, fitting in and isolation.
|KIDS HELPLINE||www.kidshelp.com.au||1800 55 1800|
|We’re here to help young Australian’s to express themselves, build confidence and live safely. Kids can chat with our qualified counsellors FREE and we speak with 1000’s of young people every month.|
|ReachOut provides practical tools and support to help young people get through everything from everyday issues to tough times. On ReachOut.com, you will find help through: factsheets, tools, apps, community forums, stories, videos, other stuff, like lists. ReachOut leave counselling to other experts, and their chat services focus on just peer support on the FORUMS
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