Staff & Services


Daydawn Advocacy Centre is managed by:

the Director

other employees when possible; and

volunteers – men and women of goodwill.


We offer:

  • Advocacy with Government organisations to access entitlements, such as – Centrelink payments, housing, employment and training schemes
  • Advocacy to provide or encourage needed services such as – emergency housing, education scholarships and rehabilitation services
  • Submissions to Government and other authorities on Aboriginal issues
  • Networking with Aboriginal leaders and organisations
  • Promotion of the traditional Noongar language
  • Religious Assistance, such as – Catholic Education; Inclusion in the mainstream of the church life; Spiritual Guidance; Prayer Groups and referrals to Chaplains and the Catholic Aboriginal Ministry
  • Reconciliation initiatives
  • Counselling
  • Financial Management

Download these documents for more information:

How We Can Help You flyer

Program for Indigenous Families flyer

If you would like to access one of these services, please contact the Daydawn Advocacy Centre. Go to the ‘Contact Us’ page for contact details.


Download this flyer for a list of relief services provided by different organisations within inner city Perth (i.e. bed, meal, doctor, shower, advocacy)

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