Mental Illness shouldn’t define you.
We can work with you to understand your situation, and stand by you as you move forward and get on with your life.
Ongoing individual support for you
If you are experiencing mental health issues or have a diagnosis of a mental illness, we are here for you. We understand that your priorities and needs are unique to you.
We can provide information, someone to talk with and provide you with information about available services.
It does take a while to get back into the everyday life. Going to the shopping centre. Paying the electric bill. Paying the gas bill. It takes a while to get back into the swing of doing things like that.play_arrow
Social support: Lorikeet Centre
A welcoming community centre in Leederville for people recovering from mental illness.
We focus on participation, reducing isolation and building capacity with a supportive and encouraging environment created by your peers.
We love the NDIS! It gives us a chance to work with you in a way that's flexible and meaningful to you. We are so pleased about the changes we are seeing in people's lives as their NDIS plans unfold. Don't worry if it all feels a but overwhelming, talk to us about working through things at your pace. Give us a call, there is no obligation to choose us as a provider, we are keen to help and share our experience and help in whatever way we can.
Experiencing your first episode of psychosis or other mental illness?
We offer short to medium term support for young people experiencing a first episode of psychosis or other mental illness.
Mental illness information & resources
It may be helpful to you to have some information about what is happening to you. We have a variety of information & resources about mental illness and recovery.
Recovery Focussed Groups
Sometimes a small supportive group might be a way to reconnect with others and build your capacity together. We offer a variety of recovery focused groups from fishing to cooking.
Many of the MIFWA team understand mental illness and recovery because we have a lived experience. Everyone's experience is unique.