Family and Domestic Violence One Stop Hubs

One Stop Hubs are designed to make it easier for victims of family and domestic violence, by providing a range of support and wraparound services in one location.

Where services come together

The One Stop Hub (Hub) model provides a range of family and domestic violence services in one location, alongside other community services, prioritising ease of access for victims in seeking help, assistance and support.

By co-locating key support with other community services, a ‘soft’ entry point is created, reducing stigma attached to seeking assistance.

The integrated service delivery shown in the Hubs model supports the State Government’s commitment to keeping Western Australian women and their children safe.

Western Australia’s first family and domestic violence Hubs were officially launched by Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence Minister Simone McGurk in December 2020.

An additional two Hubs will be established as part of a $60 million package of election commitments providing a comprehensive response to family and domestic violence. This will bring the number of Hubs in Western Australia to four.

Armadale One Stop Hub

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A new family and domestic violence One Stop Hub will be established in Armadale.

The Armadale Hub's location was confirmed in an announcement on 28 October 2021.

Government data and local insights have shown that the east metropolitan corridor, including the Armadale region, is an area of high demand, and a priority area for investment in family and domestic violence services.

The Armadale and Kimberley Hubs are expected to open in 2023, after local consultation and engagement processes have been completed and a procurement process is held to appoint service providers.

Broome One Stop Hub

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Broome has been confirmed as the location for a new regional family and domestic violence One Stop Hub in the Kimberley.

This announcement was made by the Premier and the Minister for the Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence on 14 June 2022.

A consultation and engagement process will begin in July 2022 to help community members shape the design and development of the Hub in a culturally appropriate way that acknowledges the high proportion of Aboriginal women who experience family violence within the region.

The Broome and Armadale Hubs are expected to open in 2023, after local consultation and engagement processes have been completed and a procurement process is held to appoint service providers.

Mara Pirni Healing Place: Kalgoorlie

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Mara Pirni Healing Place in Kalgoorlie is operated by HOPE Community Services alongside Ngunytju Tjitji Pirni Aboriginal Corporation, One Tree Community Services, Wanslea Family Services, Aboriginal Legal Service WA and the Goldfields Indigenous Housing Organisation.

Services include alcohol and other drug counselling, mental health support, housing, legal and financial support, family and domestic violence education and awareness activities, parenting support services including counselling and a creche, and community activities including education workshops and yarning circles.

A Hub satellite service runs in Laverton, and a Men’s Healing service is delivered off site.

Naala Djookan Healing Centre

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Naala Djookan Healing Centre in Mirrabooka is operated by the City of Stirling in partnership with 10 specialist organisations.

Naala Djookan Healing Centre provides a diverse mix of services with a particular focus on providing culturally safe and trauma informed support for people from all backgrounds.

Specialist services include health, mental health, counselling, alcohol and other drug, legal, housing and financial counselling services. Family and domestic violence support and services for men are provided off site.


Page reviewed 23 June 2022