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Everyday help for everyone

Red Cross is working in communities across Australia. We want Australian communities to be strong and for the people in our communities to feel included and able to take part.

Maher receiving a phone call from Red Cross Telechat.

Aged care services for older people

Red Cross wants to support you to be more independent, to improve your wellbeing and social connection, and to remain living in your local community.

Red Cross volunteer supporting a participant in our NDIS program.

NDIS services

Red Cross is a preferred provider of NDIS services. We want to support you to live in an independent and dignified way and to take part in community life.

A carer and his friend taking a break from a game of soccer.

Mental health help

Our mental health support services promote the participation of people with a mental illness in the community.

Young lady attending a Red Cross homeless centre.

Homelessness

Red Cross believes that everyone deserves a home that is safe, secure and affordable.

Father playing with his son.

Children and families

We support vulnerable parents through our family services, helping to support kids at the most important time of their lives.

Red Cross volunteer with two participants from our youth leadership program.

Young people

Red Cross helps young people to access knowledge, skills and resources to increase their ability to stay safe and seek help when needed.

Matt working in construction after participating in the Step Out program.

People in the justice system

Our aim is to improve the lives of offenders and their families and to contribute to improved community outcomes.

Elderly couple who receive carer support from Red Cross.

Support for carers (WA)

Red Cross has services to support you to help maintain your caring role.

Volunteer to help others

Red Cross volunteer helping a vulnerable community member.

Help people in your community that need a hand. You can volunteer to help people who are homeless, have a mental illness, seeking asylum, children and families, young people, older people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people in the justice system.

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