Murray community members requiring access to counselling, family, drug and alcohol support and document completion and acquisition, are invited to pop into the Community Support Hub at Pinjarra Lesser Hall every second Tuesday of the month.
The Hub will run between 11:00am and 1:00pm and is an initiative of the Shire of Murray and GP Down South.
According to Shire President Cr. David Bolt, the Hub provides free support services at a central district location for Murray residents.
“It is important for the health and prosperity of our community that we ensure essential services are easily available, and the Hub is an opportune way to achieve this,’ Cr. Bolt said.
The next Community Support Hub will be held on Tuesday 20 November.
Service providers will be available to assist community members and complimentary coffee and cake will be available for visitors.
Community members requiring budgetary assistance as well as job seekers, are also encouraged to attend.
“The Community Support Hub is an avenue to connect residents with the services they need, in a safe, supportive environment.
“Asking for help shows strength in character and only together can we build a stronger, more resilient community,” Cr. Bolt said.
For further information, contact the Shire’s Community Development team on (08) 9531 7777 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.