Starting out in 1980 as a grassroots support group for families with a vision to improve the lives of children diagnosed with schizophrenia by developing innovative support services that offered hope and fellowship, MIFWA has grown to assist 2,500 people annually with a workforce of 140 people across the Perth Metro and Regional areas of WA.
We’re pleased to announce the results of our latest Lorikeet Centre Member Feedback & Outcome Survey. Lorikeet Centre,…Read more
Our participants say the support they received when returning home after a hospital stay due to mental distress…Read more
Being supported when returning home following a stay in hospital due to mental distress can help to make…Read more
Claudio recently shared their experiences with us after receiving support through our Early Intervention Recovery Program. During the…Read more
The WA College of Agriculture – Narrogin runs on a 1330-hectare farm, 10 kilometres west of the wheatbelt…Read more
A young person from headspace has praised our Mental Health First Aid course, saying more young people should…Read more
Kate, who is 19, recently shared her experiences with us of receiving peer support through our Early Intervention…Read more