Jungarni-Jutiya is an Incorporated Aboriginal Organisation and operates under the structure of a Board of Directors. The Jungarni-Jutiya AGM is held every September. Any interested community members are welcome to apply to become members, please call in and fill out an application which will be discussed at the next Board of Directors meeting.
Jungarni-Jutiya operates primarily as a drop in centre where clients are free to come in and have a cup of tea and take part in a variety of services. The centre is open to clients from the hours of 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.
Funded by Department of Local Government and Communities
Ngarrkalem Baarmard offers its clients a Financial Counselling service, which can provide options, support and information to assist them to better their financial situation. We can also work with communities to develop programs to address community financial needs.
Financial Counsellors can assist with queries and information relating to Advocacy, Negotiations, Debt Recovery, Bills, Housing, Appeals, Bankruptcy, Complaints, Community Education, Budgeting and Referrals.
Funded by Department of Social Services
Jungarni-Jutiya Financial Wellbeing & Capability Team provides the following services to assist individuals and families at Balgo, Mulan, Bililluna, Ringers Soak, Warmun, Frog Hollow, Yiyilli communities and the township of Halls Creek to
- Ensure clients have access to basic financial literacy, education and support
- Deliver one-on-one budgeting support to individuals; and/or non-accredited financial literacy community education workshops to clients and local groups
- Help clients to build skills to avoid or resolve financial difficulties and strengthen their capacity to manage their money
- Assist families at risk of homelessness to manage their finances and household expenses in order to prevent future accommodation crisis
Jungarni-Jutiya Commonwealth Financial Counsellor travels as part of the Financial Capability Team to assist with queries and information relating to Advocacy, Negotiations, Debt Recovery, Bills, Housing, Appeals, Bankruptcy, Complaints, Community Education, Budgeting and Referrals.
Jungarni-Jutiya Emergency Relief Funding is to help people address immediate basic needs in times of financial crisis.
Emergency Relief is provided through the Financial Counsellors.
Funded by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs
Jungarni-Jutiya operates the Community Night Patrol to remove at risk adults; particularly those affected by alcohol and other substances, from potential harm and transport them to a safer environment.
Night Patrol operates on the following days:
Tuesday & Wednesday – 4.30pm – 10pm
Thursday – 4.30pm – 11pm
Friday & Saturday – 4.30pm – 1am
Funded by WA Country Health Service Kimberley Halls Creek 19.2 Committee
Jungarni-Jutiya in Partnership with the Halls Creek Healing Task Force provides the Crisis Response Service in Halls Creek and is a community based initiative supporting local Aboriginal people to manage their own community members in times of distress/need, assisted by trained professionals by being available by phone.