Disability Support Services
“It takes a community to keep
individuals connected to hope”
Collective Hope is a cluster of Christian congregations, community houses, and service providing outlets in Western Australia and South Australia. We promote independent living and we work with individuals and communities to develop strategies and support for people to reach their capacity as contributing members of society.
Our vision is for inclusion and value generated by genuine connection with others in positive environments.
Houses of Hope
We have community houses in the following areas: Kalamunda WA, Greenmount, WA, Midland WA, and Noarlunga SA. These houses provide community living specifically meeting the needs of people with intellectual disabilities.
We are a Christian Based organisation that is completely self-funded and run by professionals who volunteer at least a percentage of their time to improve the quality of life for all.
For more information regarding community accommodation,
or to book an interview with Houses of Hope management,
please contact: Dale Ross 0419 994 277
Disability Support Services We Provide
- Social enterprise opportunities
- Transport to and from events and appointments
- Registered nursing service
- Talking through problems - Individual and group counselling service
- Live-in Carer support
- Positive behavioural support
- Care plans and transition strategies
- Collective Hope Social Worker across all campuses and community homes
- Key person volunteer program - a chance to connect with people in our community homes and form longterm friendships
- Household tasks - training and mentoring
- Development-Life Skills - Assisted by our counsellor, welfare workers and social worker
- Group Activities - Daily activities are organised and carried out across our various venues. Each day our House of Hope residents engage in group activities, often at the Church office
- Community Participation - Both at home in our Houses of Hope program, and in our dropin day centre in Midland, we promote the value of a quality, positive thinking and communicating community. Community gardening, volunteer morning teas with the public, film days at the town hall, involvement in our social enterprise program and visits to local nursing home are all part of our strategic community participation planning
- Belonging - helping people develop a wide, diverse range of relationships with people
- Validation - genuine value comes from genuine placement and interaction within community. Being respected by others and seen as someone who has the capacity to contribute in meaningful ways is important to us
- Personal Choice - being encouraged to make choices, big and small in all areas of life
- Contribution - being engaged in social enterprise, daily community life, everything from shopping together to assisting around the home or office
- Employment - we assist people to find paid work as a priority, and if they cannot, we provide training and teach skills with the view to involve people in social enterprise work or volunteer placements in the community
- Support everyone needs support to shift from a position of their individual capacity to the capacity of a thriving community. We aim to provide that support both environmentally and also via culture and commitment to each person who comes to Collective Hope
Open House Nights
Every week on Wednesdays and Fridays we celebrate community living with our friends and neighbours. This includes a meal, lots of laughter and fun as we sing together, dance, share thoughts, prayers and scripture. Come and be part of our Open House nights and experience the kind of family connection that most people long to be part of.
Call to book and we will send you the relevant address:
Dale Ross. 0419 994 277
Wednesday nights 6pm - 9pm (Bring a gold coin donation toward dinner)
Friday nights 6pm - 9pm (Bring a plate of food or just come as you are)
“Experience Family, Connection & Social Inclusion”
Collective Hope is a Christian Organisation with a cluster of
Church Campuses and Community Houses in WA and SA
For more information contact:
Dale Ross 0419 994 277
“We Hear You!”
Collective Hope provides professional counselling for anyone, and specialised group counselling for people with intellectual disabilities or people living in communities.
Our hands-on experience has taught us the value of good communication and we provide plenty of opportunities for people to be heard. Our professional counselling service is based in Midland, Western Australia.
To book an appointment please call Mandy: 0400 957 840
Collective Hope provides food and supplies to people in need. The range of provision extends to individuals and families, from the streets to people who just drop in to see us for a cup of tea or to pick up a food hamper.
For information call
Dale: 0419 994 277
Hope Providore Services:
Food & Nutrition Classes, Cooking / Catering Classes.
Hope Providore Distributes:
Food Hampers, Bibles, Swags, Clothing & Toiletry Bags.
Hope Providore Supplies:
Good nutritious food to all our Houses of Hope.