Ebenezer has been providing supported accommodation and assistance to homeless youth since 1968. Now part of the National Partnership on Homelessness and funded by State and Federal Governments. Ebenezer Staff are mostly Aboriginal and provide culturally appropriate support for Aboriginal youth although all nationalities are accepted.

We run four hostels in the Mirrabooka region providing crisis and medium term accommodation and case management 


  • Single female age from 15 to 25 inclusive

  • Australian residency status

  • Homeless or at risk of being homeless

  • Not drug or alcohol dependent

  • Without severe mental health issues

  • Maximum length of stay: with Case Management - 12 weeks

  • Can be self-referred

  • Admissions between 9am and 5 pm only

  • Referral Process: over the phone, call any time (08) 92471330

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  • Single male (Marangaroo) or female (Nollamara) aged from 16 to 25 inclusive

  • Must be engaged in work or training minimum three days per week

  • Australian resident status                           

  • Adequate income to cover rent and living expenses

  • Case management and Life program involvement required 

  • Maximum Length of stay: up to two years

  • Can be self-referred, references may be required

  • Referral Process: Phone 9247-1330 during office hours Monday to Friday 8:30 to 4:30


The Wungening Moort Program is a Consortium of Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations, established to deliver In-Home Support Services for Aboriginal families living in the Perth metropolitan area.

The Consortium comprises:
•    Wungening Aboriginal Corporation (Lead Agency)
•    Ebenezer Aboriginal Corporation
•    Coolabaroo Community Services
•    Moorditj Koort

Wungening Moort will provide a culturally responsive and integrated service and will work to empower Aboriginal families to make the changes they need to make to keep their children safe at home.

For further information around eligibility please refer to the Wungening Moort website:  


Ebenezer VTEC is an employment and support agency for Indigenous men and women from the community and with funding from Minderoo Foundation specifically supports Indigenous men in Acacia prison to prepare for employment on release and assist them and their employer to ongoing success


We also work with job actives and employment agents to assist clients with practical skills, qualifications and knowledge to enter employment. This support includes assistance with work placement problems, family support and other conditions that may arise during the first six months of your placement


Call Steve Hayward - Employment Support Worker on 0423 083 293
Also, find us on Facebook and LinkedIn for employment:


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Ebenezer provides Cultural training that includes: Cultural Awareness, Cultural Adaptability, Cultural Sensitivity, Cultural Safety that leads to Cultural competency for individuals and organisation. Our facilitators have significant experience in working in government and community-based organisations with a strong connection to community and culture. 


Ebenezer provides coaching and mentoring to staff, organisations and community members. Our goal is to teach leadership lessons, provide guidance, seek wisdom, share advice to assist clients to develop grow and work towards reaching their full potential.