Supporting people like you in WA
At Ngala we have a range of community and residential services across Western Australia which support local communities.
Services range from private consultations to access to our Parenting Line which is available for all parenting queries 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm.
Ngala’s services have been developed to provide support for all parents and carers with children from conception to adulthood.
Learn to overcome your early parenting challenges with a team of friendly staff.
During your stay, you can work with practitioners in child and family health and social work. We will talk about your challenges and support you to find solutions. Learn More
Talk about your parenting concerns with a friendly expert.
Ngala Parenting Line supports families of children from birth to 18 in WA.
Get tips, strategies and useful information. Parents, carers, partners and grandparents are welcome to call.
The Ngala Parenting Line is open 8am to 8pm, seven days a week. Learn More
Help young people aged 11 to 18 years to improve their social, personal and life skills.
Our staff work with schools, families and agencies to support young people who may be at risk.
They will help young people to connect with helpful services, workshops and resources. Services are free.
Topics include relationships, cyber safety and sexual health. Learn More
Do you need a safe place to talk?
The Geraldton Family Counselling Service (GFCS) gives individual, relationship and family counselling. Each session takes about an hour and needs no referral.
Our counsellors can support you to explore issues and options. Popular topics are parenting, depression, anxiety and grief.
Our team can also provide employee assistance and training and development.
A donation of $10 is appreciated. Learn More
ForWhen is a free parenting helpline which aims to support the mental health of expectant and new parents. This national service is delivered in WA by Ngala and is there to support parents of young babies who need a guiding hand when feeling overwhelmed during in the perinatal period. ForWhen is for expectant and new parents of babies aged 0 to 12 months. Learn More