Come and Check out our great collection of DVD’s and books to borrow
Great for cold winter days.
A $5 deposit on each DVD borrowed has been introduced. Deposits will be refunded on return of DVD. See front desk.
Margaret River has a new Calendar. For more info contact Kristy or Kristie on (08) 9758 8400 or have a chat with them
Lunch - $2 Donation
Check calendar for special days!
Footy Tipping is getting very exciting!
Some very close scores being recorded by the clubs making tipping difficult! Good Luck!
Mental Health Week Will Be on the 7th til the 14th of October 2012 .
Lamp Inc will be holding many various activities in the Margaret River, Busselton and Bridgetown centres.
For more details, talk to the team.
ROLLER -DOOR OP-SHOP
The shop is open Tuesday & Thursday 10 am to 1 pm.
Donations of Clothing Needed!!
Volunteers are needed to assist Julie on these days. Enquiries to Sarah.
Come and enjoy a hot lunch!!! Sunday Roasts - $2.00
Phone: 9754 1834 if you need a pick-up.
MATES & MUSCLES
Sunday Youth Gym will run Fortnightly on Sundays 11.30am - 1 pm at the Lamp Inc Youth Drop-in Centre
Pick up available call 9754 1834
STARTS SUNDAY 3rd JUNE
The Youth Centre continues to open on Friday Night 3:30 till 6:30pm,
Pick up is available….. Call 9754 1834
To any youth who are interested, Don’t forget school holiday program too……. Starts 8th July.
Room 226 offers support and activities to any young people 13 and over… If you are worried for a friend, being bullied, feeling sad, anxious or confused about life….. Come see us and have a chat about anything……...Call Mob: 0422 439 068
Bridgetown Lamp has been a hive of activity.
We’ve got a new programme MI Recovery, which is happening each Thursday, with lots of eager participants travelling from near and far. The garden is blooming and we have harvested tomatoes, squashes, spinach, strawberries and melons - even a few Easter Eggs ... Our pond and waterfall are in!!!!
Come and see the produce!!!!
Upcoming, we will be opening our own mini food-bank -- watch this space.
Well ways ‘building a future’ is a family education program providing individuals and families with the knowledge and information they need to care for their loved ones who suffer from a mental illness.
This is a FREE workshop which begins on the 13th of March at 226 Bussell hwy Busselton. The workshops runs for 8 sessions for 2-3 hours with supper and refreshments provided.
Booking is essential so contact- 97541834.
A reminder that if you are wanting support, a pick up or travel in vehicles you must be a member for insurance purposes. Please see front desk or phone- 97 54 1834
Homeless Counselling Service. This program is available to those with a mental illness, low income and are at risk of becoming homeless.
A referral for a General Practitioner is required to provide six counselling sessions and linkages in support.
Any queries please phone-97 54 1834
Mental Health week is this week and on Wednesday join Nicole and the team are at Mitchell Park between 10 and 2 for some fun activities for young people .
“In to the light” is a publication of peoples works in a coffee table book and the launch will be held at thee Bridgetown centre in Roe st on Tuesday 11th October at 1130. Phone for more details.
Well Ways training for carers an 8 week session Building a Future is being held in Bridgetown starting on Monday 10th October. For bookings or if you need further information call 97 54 18 34.
As part of Mental Health Week 2011 Room 226, supported by Lamp Inc will be hosting a Youth Community Stress Less event in Mitchell Park on Wednesday the 12th of October, from 10am to 2pm.
We plan to have a youth orientated explosion of creativity and fun for youth and community members to be involved in.
Through the activities available on the day young people will be given the opportunity to express themselves in a positive manner and transfer these tools to release stress into all aspects of their school, home, social and work lives.
What: Throw, squirt and splash paint at giant canvases, enjoy some music and FOOD
A centre designed for young people between the ages of 14-20
Room 226 Facilities
Our activities are centre based and include
Our mission is to enhance wellbeing, create positive networks and maintain links with in the community. The youth program strives to embrace early intervention and convey information to the community about mental health relating to youth.
Referral to Lamp consumer services can be made through the South West Mental Health Services Offices, your GP or Private Psychologist, Psychiatrist or Counsellor or self referal with Lamp Inc by calling 9754 1834.