Funding to keep Doors Wide Open

The WA Government will provide almost $85,000 to Bunbury’s Doors Wide Open to continue delivering critical support services to families and individuals experiencing methamphetamine issues in the South-West region.

Doors Wide Open has established a drop-in centre in Bunbury, supported by a $100,000 grant through the WA Government’s Local Projects, Local Jobs program.

This additional funding will ensure Doors Wide Open can continue to provide support services in Bunbury, as it secures a path to financial sustainability.

The WA Government is tackling methamphetamine issues through the Methamphetamine Action Plan with initiatives including the expansion of the Police Mental Health Co-response teams; planning for a trial of compulsory crisis intervention; and a one-stop, 24-hour support service to better support individuals and families in need.

Source: WA Government