For 60 years, we’ve been connecting the WA community by empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to create meaningful change in their lives. Providing support across three core areas – housing and homelessness, mental health and wellness and family and domestic violence – our team works from 12 sites across Perth, Geraldton and Albany, and directly at our client’s homes, to create opportunities and build a better, more connected community. We also offer free legal advice and representation to people who experience a mental health illness, through the Mental Health Law Centre, which is operated by Ruah as an independent community legal service.
Flourishing communities through active participation and wellbeing of people with complex needs.
Empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to create meaningful change in their lives through provision of quality support services.
Respect, Grassroots, Partnerships, Integrity, Creativity.
Collaboration, Environment Sustainability, Aboriginal Recognition & Reconciliation, Welcoming Diversity, Client Focused, Enhancing Civil Society.
Ruah Community Services takes privacy very seriously. To learn more about what information we collect, why we collect it and how we use it, please view the Privacy Statement and Privacy Confidentiality and Consent Procedure.
“We are all better off, as a community, as a society, if we are all connected.” The Ruah manifesto details the foundation of our organisation, why we do what we do and where we hope to go in the future.
Download our latest reports, directories, project evaluations and other useful publications.
Our Strategic Plan 2020-2023 provides the foundation pillars and focus of our core activities, as well as the outcomes by which we measure our success.
Our most recent annual reports, detailing our accomplishments over the past financial years.
Our Commitment to Diversity
We are all better off, as a community, as a society, if we are all connected. At Ruah we believe true connection comes from a place free from judgement and discrimination, where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are welcomed and treated with respect and their culture is celebrated.
Where everyone regardless of ability, age, culture, gender, race, sexual identity or intersex status are free to be themselves. Free to celebrate our differences.
We are building a workplace where difference is embraced and encouraged – and to do this, we need people on our team who are representative of the clients we work with, who are passionate about change and courageous enough to stand up for what is right.
Everyone is welcome. Everyone belongs.