A Huge Thanks To Lotterywest
Regional Alliance West thanks Lotterywest for their generous funding of $100,000 for our Emergency Relief Program.
2018 WAFLPN Annual Conference Livestream – Geraldton
When: Thursday 31 May 2018, 8.30am-4.30pm
Where: Conference Room, First Floor, Lotteries House
114 Sanford Street, Geraldton
Tickets: Free of charge, fully catered. Registrations essential.
Book your place at www.trybooking.com/VIRG
All people who have used a CLC in the past 3-4 weeks are being asked to participate in a client survey. Please take a moment to answer 6 simple questions and add any other feedback that you want to give.
Your opinion will help us improve our services and a summary report will be given to the State and Commonwealth Governments, who partly fund community legal centres.
Community Re-entry AssistanceIf you're coming back to the community from prison we may be able to make the move easier for you.
We can help with:
Planning the move
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Regional Alliance West's mission is:
Our Vision & Values
To be recognised nationally as a leading community development based organisation in our field. Several international projects are implemented based on the “RAW model” of operation.
The achievement of our vision must not compromise our core ideology at any stage.
Our decisions and operations will be driven by measurement against the ultimate benefits to our customers. Our focus on our customers should not be compromised by any environmental factor.
We ultimately believe that of every customer that the organisation comes into contact with, his or her ability to grow and develop can be improved.
We believe that the success of the organisation is firmly in the hands of our people. Our ability to achieve our vision depends upon attracting, developing and encouraging people who are committed to carrying out this task whilst achieving their own personal and family goals in life. We support flexibility and an ability to drive change
Open, honest, congruent, and timely communication with stakeholders is central to the maintenance of credibility. Our actions will be based upon the highest ethical standards, living up to our responsibilities, obligations and commitments.
We are committed to a culture of trust, professionalism, competence, shared knowledge, and service excellence.
We take personal responsibility to drive constructive change, and support our team members in developing lateral solutions to the problems facing our customers. All members are encouraged to take educated, and calculated risks and to question and challenge existing processes and practices.
A continuous and consistent pursuit of excellence in service delivery, and human and community relations is aspired to.
Life long learning
Personal and professional development is an ongoing process. We believe that each individual within the organization has a responsibility to proactively seek to better themselves, and that the organization has an equal responsibility to assist that endeavour.
With success comes responsibility of leadership.
Respect for all people is not to be compromised. We encourage the giving and receiving of constructive feedback, with due consideration for views and beliefs differing from our own. We seek to develop and nurture trust.