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Contact MIFWA


Mental Illness Fellowship of WA

Level 3, 9 The Avenue, Midland WA
P.O. Box 1947, Midland WA 6936
Telephone: (08) 9237 8900  
Office hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.


Lorikeet Centre
104 Cambridge Street, West Leederville 6007
P.O. Box 1006,
West Leederville 6901
Telephone: (08) 9237 8951 Facsimile: (08) 9381 9495
Office hours:
Tuesday to Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm


Or call 1800 985 944 9:00am-5:00pm weekdays.


For any COMPLAINTS, COMPLIMENTS and SUGGESTIONS please fill out this FORM and email it to

Find Help Now

Whether you are a person with mental illness, a carer or family member MIFWA can direct you to the best place to find the help you need.

MIFWA's Telephone Information and Referral Service

Our Information Line is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday on (08) 9237 8999 or you can email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Give us a call if you need information on mental illness, support services and treatments or referrals.

This service is free and confidential and any personal information you give us will not be used for any other purpose or passed to any other organisation. Please note that we do not have doctors who provide medical or clinical advice to individuals.

For details of our many support services, including rehabilitation, recreation, family and carer support programs please visit our MIFWA Services page.

Crisis help

If you need urgent medical attention contact your local GP or  call the:

Mental Health Emergency Response Line (MHERL):
1300 555 788 (all hours);
1800 676 822 (Peel region only).

If you urgently need to speak to someone outside business hours call:

Lifeline 13 11 14 (local call)
Kids Help Line 1800 55 1800 (free call)
Mensline Australia 1300 78 99 78

These crisis helplines provide 24-hours, seven days a week counselling.

Emergency contact numbers.

Mental Health websites

Even Keel
GreenApple Development
Mental Health Commission WA
Our Consumer Place
The Samaritans
WA Department of Health

Carers Websites

Carers WA
Carer Short Break Away & Respite - Commonwealth Respite & Carelink Centre
Mental Health Carers Arafmi
Young Carers WA

Youth Mental Health

Cockburn Youth Centre
Inspire Foundation
Mission Australia
Police and Community Youth Centre
Youth Focus
Youth Futures
Youth Link

General Practitioners - Bulk Billing

Doc Finder allows you to locate General Practitioners who Bulk Bill.

Savings for Concession Card Holders

ConcessionsWA is an easy-to-use online resource where you can search by category, concession card type to find details on more than a 100 rebates.

E-Mental Health

Mindhealthconnect - Online therapy services and crisis support services as well as information on high prevalence conditions such as Depression and Anxiety.

MyCompass  -The Black Dog Institute has launched an online mental health tool designed to support people living with mental health issues such as Anxiety and Depression.

Comprehensive, evidence-based information about Depression and its treatment (including medical, psychological and alternative therapies).

Online support group for people affected by Depression, Bipolar Disorder and Anxiety Disorders.

A popular interactive program that teaches cognitive-behaviour therapy skills for preventing and coping with Depression.

E-hub’s latest interactive self-help program includes modules for Social Anxiety, Generalised Anxiety and Depression.

Provides consumers and professionals with information about e-health online applications for mental health and physical health disorders.

Recovery Resources

The Repository of Recovery Resources is a web-based repository of recovery information intended as resource for the mental health industry and people with mental illness.  Please click here for more information on the Repository Recovery Resource, .   

Office of Multicultural Interests website

The Office of Multicultural Interests’ website, is a user-friendly resource that offers you a comprehensive range of information related to the Citizenship and Multicultural Interests and cultural diversity in Western Australia. 

Support for people with Hearing Impairments

The WA Deaf Society is a non-profit organisation established in 1921 to provides services to Deaf and hard of hearing people in Western Australia.