On the 10th of March, The Midland National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) team hosted an expo for providers to promote their services to people eligible for the NDIS.
Richmond Fellowship of WA’s (RFWA) Midland Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) team joined around 52 other service providers in two jammed rooms, which made for quite a cosy if loud environment.
We have previoulsy annouced that construction has commenced on our new office building following the purchase of 29 Manning Road, Cannington in December 2012.
We are excited to share with you the building progress in images!
To read the initial communication please click HERE
Recently, Adrian Munro RFWA's Executive Manager Operations was asked to MC an event to promote the proposal for a Recovery College in WA.
Adrian is a member of the WA Recovery College working group which is aiming to raise funding for a Recovery College to commence in WA.
RFWA continued its active engagement in the Looking Forward Aboriginal mental health in south east metropolitan corridor of Western Australia (WA). The learning from this project is informing the whole of RFWA and is building stronger more lasting relationships with the Elders. Our Partners in Recovery (PIR) program employs two Indigenous Support Workers who were selected with the assistance of the Elders.