Integration and settlement support
This page provides information about integration and settlement support in the City of Stirling.
Youth Settlement Service
In partnership with Youth Futures WA, the City of Stirling has established the Youth Settlement Service to help support young migrants to settle into their community.
The program offers one-to-one support for information and advice on issues such as relationships, drug and alcohol use, sexual health and mental health.
The Department of Social Services (DSS) funds this service, which is available to young people between the ages of 12 and 25, who have immigrated to Australia in the past five years. Eligible participants will have the opportunity to participate in free recreational, cultural and arts-based activities.
For more information, please phone our multicultural youth support and development worker on (08) 9205 7335 or visit the Youth Futures WA website.
The City of Stirling's Multicultural Framework underpins the City’s vision of achieving an inclusive and harmonious community. The framework builds on the City’s achievements by focusing on three key areas – our newcomers, our community and our organisation.
For more information, please contact the family services team.
Stirling Multicultural Advisory Network
Nominations are now open for individuals who are aged 18 and above, residents or service providers in the City of Stirling and wish to be a member of our Stirling Multicultural Advisory Network (SMAN).
The primary purpose of the SMAN is to actively support the City’s Multicultural Framework development, including the implementation of actions, tracking, progress and reporting.
Applications close on Monday, 12 November 2018. Nominees will be notified of the application outcomes by Monday 19, November 2018.
If you are enthusiastic about promoting cultural diversity and would like to become a member of SMAN you can complete the nomination below: