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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.



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