West Leederville

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104 Cambridge Street, West Leederville WA 6007

info@mifwa.org.au(08) 9381 9495
Business Summary
A good life for individuals affected by mental illness.
About Us

Welcome to the Mental Illness Fellowship of Western Australia. Our website was developed to provide information as well as comprehensive and integrated range of support services to people with mental illness, their careers, families and friends who have an interest in caring for a person with a mental illness.

We hope that the information provided in this site will be valuable as well as informative.

If you have any questions and or comments regarding mental illness we encourage you to contact us. Your feedback will be much appreciated.

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About MIFWA

The Mental Illness Fellowship of Western Australia is one of WA's leading organisations providing advice and support for West Australians with a mental illness, as well as their families and friends.

Find out what we do, MIFWA's history, what our mission is and who's on our board of management by reading through the pages in this section of the website.

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Publications

To find out more about mental illness check out the MIFA fact sheets, hosted by the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia.

The Mental Health in Multicultural Australia organisation has a series of mental illness brochures available in a number of languages.

The brochures have been developed for use by mental health professionals when dealing with clients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

For more information about us go to our annual reports, strategic plan, newsletters, brochures and government papers.

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Support Us

There are many ways that you can support us and the work we do at MIFWA.

If you haven't already, you can become a member, and volunteering to help with our activities and programs can be rewarding. You can also make a donation to MIFWA online.

We appreciate any contribution you make.

What We Do
Services

At the Mental Illness Fellowship of WA, we provide a range of support services to people diagnosed with mental illness and their careers and families. Our Services include:

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