Zonta House Refuge Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Angie Perkins to the Crisis and Accommodation Coordinator role. Angie has worked for Zonta House for nearly 2 years and was vital in the development and service delivery of the Positive Pathways program.
Angie has been working in the community service industry for 15 years and has worked in a variety of roles in the not-for-profit and Government sector. Angie has worked in areas focusing on drug and alcohol, pharmacotherapy , homelessness, mental health and domestic and family violence. Angie has comprehensive community service and social welfare qualifications and has a passion for women’s and children’s welfare and rights.
Angie has started in the role and I am sure you will all join with us in congratulating and welcoming Angie.
#TURNING POINT: Zonta House Refuge Association are delighted to launch our Domestic and Family Violence video awareness campaign as part of our 30th Anniversary. It’s a Turning Point for the organisation as we move into a more holistic support model for our clients.
For many years our refuge service has helped women over the age of 18 years to utilise emergency accommodation in a time of crisis. Over the years, we have observed that our clients need more long term support – ie; preventative support before needing emergency accommodation, and transitional support; for women coming out of the refuge and into their own homes and their new lives.
We believe that women feel empowered when surrounded by love, support and guidance. You can support our cause and help give women the tools they need, to find their Turning Point.
Many thanks to Western Australian Student Television for their support in the production of this video.