Through the wonderful support of both corporate, government and community organisations, Zonta House Refuge Association is able to provide its current services.

We acknowledge and sincerely thank our current supporters;

Government

Department for Child Protection and Family Services

Department of the Attorney General

Department for Communities and Local Government

Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

Housing Authority

LotteryWest

WA Police

 

Corporate

Impact Communications

KPMG

Perpetual

DM Civil

F & A Sibbel Mining Consultants Pty Ltd

Westpac Community Foundation

ANZ

Bunnings Limited

 

Community

Zonta Club of Perth Inc

Zonta Club of Perth Northern Suburbs Inc

Zonta Club of  Swan Hills Inc

Zonta Club of Dunsborough Inc

100 Women

Wheeler Charitable Foundation

The Funding Network

Rotary International

 

Partnerships

Zonta House Women’s Refuge and Positive Pathways work collaboratively with government and non-government agencies to provide holistic services to women and the community. Formal partnerships include:

Foundation Housing

UnitingCare West

Make A Difference WA 

Starrick Services

Dress For Success

Women’s Council

CentreCare

Hollyoak

Inter agency partnerships:

With nearly 30 years experience in the crisis accommodation and family and domestic violence sector, Zonta House have established many working partnerships and relationships with both government and non-government agencies, as well as charity and community groups.

In particular current referral pathways and stakeholders to our accommodation, support and education programs include: West Australian Police, Department of Housing, Department of Child Protection and Family Support, Department of the Attorney General, Local Government Authorities, CrisisCare, EntryPoint, West Australian Women’s Refuges, Foundation Housing, Partners In Recovery, Centrecare, Uniting Care West, Women’s Council, Women Health and Family Services, Fremantle Hospital – Alma Street, Fremantle Women’s Health Service, Women’s Law Centre, Legal Aid, Domestic Violence Advocacy Service, Polytechnic Tafe, Curtin University, Edith Cowan University and local community groups such as churches and family centres.

Our current network enables a holistic approach to service delivery and access to expertise and streamlined processes.