Zonta House is one of the largest refuge association's in Western Australia. Our vision is to provide support services to women who have experienced family and domestic violence, homelessness and any other crises enabling them the opportunity to make safe and sustainable life choices.
The four service arms of Zonta:
* Crisis Accommodation (supported 8500 clients since 1984),
* Transitional Accommodation (18 properties) and
* Positive Pathways (Education/Counselling/Community Awareness);
* Safer Pathways (keeping women and children safe in their own homes)
These services provide a continuum of necessary supports and opportunities, for women and their families; from crisis, to transitioning out of the service system, to achieving sustainable positive individual and community outcomes.
The Positive Pathways program in particular is based on prevention, intervention, recovery and preparation and includes education workshops, coaching, mentoring, and counselling for women and children. Our belief is that we cannot say goodbye to our clients at the refuge - that we have a duty and a responsibility to help these clients rebuild their lives with as much support as possible. Currently 20 other refuges, government agencies and community organisations also refer to this award winning service.