Following the WA Government's announcement on Friday, July 9, the City of Swan has returned to pre-lockdown conditions for all services and facilities from Monday, July 12.
City's response to COVID-19
Due to an expected increase of phone calls this week, we are experiencing some difficulties with wait times. Many City enquiries and payments can be made online and in person at our libraries. You can alternatively email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who to contact for critical services and support in times of need.
The City's youth centres provide a place to hang out, find support and to enjoy programs and activities.
These community-based organisations have expertise in providing support for youth and their families who are showing early signs associated with suicide, anxiety, depression or self-harm.
Support, information, advocacy, referral, court support & accommodation for those who are living with or are affected by domestic and family violence.
Help, support and information services to youth, families and friends of all gay people.
YouthPoint aims to remove barriers for all young people in the City of Swan, allowing them to participate, take on leadership roles or have access to learning & skill development opportunities.
A comprehensive range of alcohol and other drug services to individuals, including young people and their families.
Counselling & social services support available to youth and their families.
Accommodation services assist young people with somewhere to stay, while also having access to other services like Centrelink, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, and employment.
Connecting young people to the services they need to cope with the challenges they face.
Organisations that can provide contact details of local disability support services for an individual, including accommodation, community support services, therapy services & acquiring equipment.