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3 days ago
Cyrenian House

Cyrenian House would like to Acknowledge National Sorry Day.

We are committed to ensuring our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, knowledge and cultures are recognised by our community, and embedded in the work that we do.

Today we ask you all to take moment to reflect, recognise and pay tribute to the members of the Stolen Generations.

On 26 May 1997, the ‘Bringing Them Home’ report was tabled in Federal Parliament, two years after a national inquiry into the forced removal of Indigenous children was ordered.

National Sorry Day is a day to acknowledge the strength of Stolen Generation Survivors and reflect on how Australians can all play a part in the healing process for the people and the nation. While this date Carrie’s great significance for the Stolen Generations and other Aboriginal and Torres Islander peoples, it is also commemorated by Australians right around the country.
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Cyrenian House would like to Acknowledge National Sorry Day.

We are committed to ensuring our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, knowledge and cultures are recognised by our community, and embedded in the work that we do.

Today we ask you all to take moment to reflect, recognise and pay tribute to the members of the Stolen Generations. 

On 26 May 1997, the ‘Bringing Them Home’ report was tabled in Federal Parliament, two years after a national inquiry into the forced removal of Indigenous children was ordered.
 
National Sorry Day is a day to acknowledge the strength of Stolen Generation Survivors and reflect on how Australians can all play a part in the healing process for the people and the nation. While this date Carrie’s great significance for the Stolen Generations and other Aboriginal and Torres Islander peoples, it is also commemorated by Australians right around the country.

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Well done Cy House ✌🏽

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1 week ago
Cyrenian House

Cyrenian House is pleased to announce that as of 19 May 2022, we have taken over operation of the services previously provided by Esther Foundation Inc.

Over recent weeks Cyrenian House has been working with the Department of Communities, and the Administrator of Esther Foundation Inc, to find a solution for the continued care of the remaining residents of the Esther Foundation facilities in and near Kalamunda.

In the immediate short term, Cyrenian House will be providing continuity of care for the existing residents, enabling them to complete their stay at the service. Additionally, Cyrenian House will transition to providing a new program operating from the same facilities over the coming months. Both the continuation of existing services and the transition to a new program are being funded by the Department of Communities.

Cyrenian House would like to thank the Minister for Community Services, the Hon Simone McGurk, and the Department of Communities for funding this new service. This has been a great example of the WA Government and the not-for-profit sector quickly coming together to find a good solution for the women currently in this service and into the future, for other young women who will use the new service, we will now work to create.

As always, we encourage anyone struggling with their own alcohol and other drug problems, or those being experienced by a loved one, to contact us on 9328 9200 to discuss what services we can offer.
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Cyrenian House is pleased to announce that as of 19 May 2022, we have taken over operation of the services previously provided by Esther Foundation Inc. 

Over recent weeks Cyrenian House has been working with the Department of Communities, and the Administrator of Esther Foundation Inc, to find a solution for the continued care of the remaining residents of the Esther Foundation facilities in and near Kalamunda.

In the immediate short term, Cyrenian House will be providing continuity of care for the existing residents, enabling them to complete their stay at the service. Additionally, Cyrenian House will transition to providing a new program operating from the same facilities over the coming months. Both the continuation of existing services and the transition to a new program are being funded by the Department of Communities.

Cyrenian House would like to thank the Minister for Community Services, the Hon Simone McGurk, and the Department of Communities for funding this new service. This has been a great example of the WA Government and the not-for-profit sector quickly coming together to find a good solution for the women currently in this service and into the future, for other young women who will use the new service, we will now work to create.

As always, we encourage anyone struggling with their own alcohol and other drug problems, or those being experienced by a loved one, to contact us on 9328 9200 to discuss what services we can offer.

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This is great news I hope these women get the healing and help they really deserve! my sobriety started with cyrenien house 🥰

Congrats, it fits perfectly with Cyrenian House and the ethos CH. Will help so many.

So pleased the program will be continued. It is always sad when people in dire straights are abused. Thank you Cyrenian House.

That is great l have been a client there the program got made me see why l drank it really works if you want it

Wow such good news. Congratulations CH. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Great news!

Amazing news! Such a great community 👏 they help so many people

I'd be lying if I said I wasn't worried about cyrinian house also, I was a resident there for 7 weeks and was kicked out because of "my attitude". It's like come on that's why I'm there to get help🙄 I guess they couldn't handle me. I hope the voting circle to determine who stays is scrapped because that was wrong on so many levels, but that's just my opinion 😬

Fantastic news! Cyrenian are so amazing

Fantastic news, congratulations - well deserved. 🥰

Oh wow! That’s incredible! Well done Cyrenian House and Carol Peasley 👍👍

Awesome news 🙃

Wonderful!!!

Hard work works and shows for itself. Congratulations to everyone involved🙏🏼❤

Such brilliant news! So happy the women will get the help they deserve.

Fantastic News xx

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Will you be retaining the staff and volunteers that actively worked towards covering up the systematic abuse women suffered?

Elizabeth Melita Keynes

Well done

Fantastic

Oh wow that is absolutely fantastic!!!

Amazing 🤩

Well done Cy House for coming to the rescue for the disgraced Esther prison/cult

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3 months ago
Cyrenian House

Cyrenian House Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Service would like to acknowledge Shane Warne, after his sad passing on Friday 4th March and express our condolences to his family. Cyrenian House via its Saranna Women and Children’s Program was the recipient of a grant from The Shane Warne Foundation in 2008. We are very grateful for the support we received and our Women and Children’s Program continues to flourish. ... See MoreSee Less

Cyrenian House Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Service would like to acknowledge Shane Warne, after his sad passing on Friday 4th March and express our condolences to his family. Cyrenian House via its Saranna Women and Children’s Program was the recipient of a grant from The Shane Warne Foundation in 2008. We are very grateful for the support we received and our Women and Children’s Program continues to flourish.Image attachmentImage attachment
6 months ago
Cyrenian House

We had an amazing time at the Pride WA Parade on the weekend and were super proud to be a part of the event!! Massive thanks to all our workers, volunteers and consumers who got involved 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈❤️❤️❤️❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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So very good, and so so much fun 💕🌻🏳️‍🌈🙏

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6 months ago
Cyrenian House

What an amazing celebration we had for our 40th Anniversary Gala Dinner on the weekend!!! Thanks so much to everyone that helped make it happen and everyone who came along to celebrate with us.

Special thanks to the Hon Minister Stephen Dawson MLC for coming along to speak at the event and to Loretta Egan for her amazing painting that was presented on the evening!

There are countless workers and consumers that have helped shape Cyrenian House over the years and we are incredibly grateful to everyone who has had a part in getting our organisation to its 40th year this year. Thank you to all of you!!!
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Nice pics Carol Peasley xx

Everyone looks so beautiful 😍

Ric Hammersley

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