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Djooraminda's Indigenous Family Program



The Djooraminda's Indigenous Family Program (IFP), run by Centrecare, provides culturally sensitive support and counselling to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families in Perth, Western Australia. It aims to provide support, information and assistance to individuals, and to keep children and family members safe.

The IFP program provides support and counselling to families and extended families with issues of:

This program involves an IFP Community Caseworker who visits participants at their home. The Caseworker will work with participants, and their immediate and extended family, to establish and accomplish goals. They also help participants to access community and government services, if necessary.

Participants of the IFP receive:

Abstract adapted from Centrecare


Centrecare - Midland (including Djooraminda services)
45 Yelverton Drive
Midland WA 6056
Ph: (08) 9436 0600

Related publications

When you and your family want to be in control of your life (2010)


This brochure provides information about the Djooraminda's Indigenous Family Program (IFP) run by Centrecare. The brochure provides details on:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Last updated: 5 April 2018
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