This page contains information for families.
Moort Boodjari Mia (Formally the Aboriginal Maternity Group Practice)
Free pregnancy service for Aboriginal women helping them in the antenatal and postnatal period. Home visiting available. Mirrabooka on Thursdays and Joondalup by appointment
Child and Adolescent Health Services - Community Health
Aboriginal Health Workers and Nurses support families with children in the 0 - 5 year age group.
North Metro Women’s Health Program
Assists Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to access healthcare and health screening programs.
Women’s Health and Family Services
Provides a range of services for Aboriginal women including medical care, alcohol and other drug support, child and maternal health, mental ill health care, counselling and transportation to health services where required
Child Health Centres
The City of Stirling has several Child Health Centres located at Mirrabooka, Inglewood, Osborne Park and Scarborough. Follow the city of Stirling’s Facebook page or check out the services and supports page at https://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/
The City’s libraries are located at Mirrabooka, Inglewood, Osborne Park, and Scarborough within the community hubs. A range of services and activities are run on a weekly basis and are suitable for all family members.
Click on the events page or check out our leisure and culture page.