Frontier Services operates a number of community services that fill the gaps for people in remote Australia, providing a level of care and support that otherwise would not be available. These services respond to a wide range of needs, assisting people to improve their health and quality of life.
Our Community Migrant Services provide support for new migrants who are settling into the community, with a major focus on women who generally do not have the benefits of socialisation offered in the workplace.
Our respite services offer a wide range of support for carers of people with physical or mental illness, providing a much needed break to ensure they can continue in their caring role. The support options are flexible and culturally sensitive to people living in remote Australia, responding to individual needs.
Frontier Services also provides Financial Advocacy to the Murchison region of WA to assist people to manage their finances and overcome financial difficulties.
Frontier Services operates a number community support programs including Financial Services and Migrant Services. Our migrant services support those settling in remote communities who are isolated by distance as well as culture and language.
A major focus of the work is on women who generally do not have the benefits of socialisation offered in the workplace. Our staff assist newly arrived migrants to access services including health, education, family support, driver education, commercial services and support groups.