ReSet delivers services to men and women in Perth prisons and their families. Services are provided in prison and in the community after release.
Each person receives a service that responds to their specific needs.
By coming to ReSet, clients can access a range of services so that their needs are met as fully as possible.
ReSet is a culturally competent service and we also base our programs on what has been shown to work well.
ReSet service is delivered by a Consortium of four agencies, comprising Centrecare, Wirrpanda Foundation, St. Bartholomew’s House, and led by Wungening Aboriginal Corporation. The consortium has 150 years combined experience delivering a range of community services to WA’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged populations. We have over 40 years combined experience delivering justice programs.
This exciting partnership offers a range of significant benefits including:
A holistic approach to service delivery supporting people transitioning into the community.
A best practice evidence based adult justice service that is outcome focused.
An integrated and coordinated network of quality reintegration services based in East Perth (the North Hub) and in Cannington (the South Hub); and with access to “hot desk” locations across the metropolitan area.
A centralised Intake for referrals.