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Care Provider
Care provider is an umbrella term that refers to the group or organisation responsible for providing and administering out-of-home 'care' for children. Although this term was not in common usage before the late twentieth century, this website applies it to describe all organisations which operated 'care' services, no matter when they were active.
Aboriginal Boomerang Council Inc (1977 - 1997)
Aboriginal Student Accommodation Service (2003? - 2006?)
Aborigines Department (1898 - 1908), State of Western Australia
Aborigines Department (1926 - 1936), State of Western Australia
Aborigines' Inland Mission (1907 - 1909)
AccordWest (2011 - )
Activ Foundation (1989 - )
Agencies for South West Accommodation (1997 - 2011)
Albany Forum
Albany Youth Support Association Inc. (c. 1980 - )
The Alexandra Home for Mothers and Babies (Inc) and Mothercraft Training School (1950 - 1956)
Alexandra Home for Women (1916 - 1950)
Anglican Diocese of Bunbury (1904 - )
Anglican Diocese of Kalgoorlie (1914 - 1973)
Anglican Diocese of North West Australia (1910 - )
Anglican Diocese of Perth (1856 - )
Anglican Health and Welfare Services (1974 - 2003)
The Anglican Homes Board (1955 - 1970)
The Anglican Homes Board: Swanleigh Council (1971)
Anglican Orphanages Board of Management (1940 - 1954)
Anglicare WA (2003 - )
Annesfield (1852 - 1871)
Armadale Youth Accommodation Service (1989 - 2002)
Australasian Province of the Christian Brothers (1885 - 1953)
Australian Aborigines' Evangelical Mission (1949 - 1980s)
Australian Aborigines' Mission (1908 - 1929)
Australian Inland Mission (1912 - 1977)
Australian Red Cross Society (1914 - )
Authority for Intellectually Handicapped Persons (1986 - 1993)
Baptist Aboriginal Ministries (1981 - 1991)
Baptist Aborigines Mission (1952? - 1981)
Baptist Union of WA (1896 - )
Benedictine Missionary Sisters (1904 - )
Benedictines, New Norcia (c. 1846 - )
Bethel Inc. (1964 - 1986)
Bishop Hale's Institution for Native and Half-Caste Children (1871 - 1888)
Bunbury Youth Accommodation Project (1983 - 1993)
Bundiyarra Aboriginal Community Aboriginal Corporation (1992 - )
Bunyap Inc. (1993 - 1997)
Calvary Welfare Services (1985 - 1993)
Calvary Youth Services Mandurah Inc. (1993 - )
Catherine House Incorporated (1975 - 1991?)
Catherine House, Broome (1975 - 1991?)
Catholic Archdiocese of Perth (1913 - )
Catholic Care (1977 - 2001)
Catholic Diocese of Broome (1897? - )
Catholic Diocese of Perth (1845 - 1913)
Catholic Family Welfare Bureau (1970 - 1977)
Centrecare (1977 - )
Centrecare Children's Cottages (1978 - 1992)
Chandler Boys' Farm (1932 - 1937)
Child Protection and Family Support (2017 - ), State of Western Australia
Child Welfare Department (1927 - 1972), State of Western Australia
Children's Cottage Home (1933 - 1935)
Children's Cottage Home Incorporated (1935 - 1948)
Children's Protection Society (1906 - 1994?)
The Children's Society (1881 - ), United Kingdom
Christian Brethren (1947 - )
Churches of Christ Christian Welfare Centre (1966? - 1980s)
Churches of Christ Federal Aborigines Mission Board (Inc) (1942 - 2009)
Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance (Trappists) (1895 - )
City of Canning Youth Accommodation Service (1994 - ?)
Cockburn Youth Services Association (1989? - 1993?)
Collie Welfare Council (1977 - 1992)
The Committee (1868 - 1888)
Communicare (1977 - )
Community of the Sisters of the Church (1908 - )
Council Presbyterian Children's Homes (1938? - 1963?)
Country High School Hostels Authority (1960 - ), State of Western Australia
Country Women's Association of Western Australia (1924 - )
Crossroads west (1991 - )
Department for Child Protection (2007 - 2013), State of Western Australia
Department for Child Protection and Family Support (2013 - 2017), State of Western Australia
Department for Communities (2007 - 2013), State of Western Australia
Department for Community Development (1992 - 1995), State of Western Australia
Department for Community Development (2001 - 2007), State of Western Australia
Department for Community Services (1985 - 1992), State of Western Australia
Department for Community Welfare (1972 - 1985), State of Western Australia
Department for Family and Children's Services (1995 - 2001), State of Western Australia
Department of Aborigines and Fisheries (1909 - 1920), State of Western Australia
Department of Corrective Services (2006 - ), State of Western Australia
Department of Justice (2001 - 2006), State of Western Australia
Department of Native Affairs (1936 - 1954), State of Western Australia
Department of Native Welfare (1955 - 1972), State of Western Australia
Department of the North West (1920 - 1926), State of Western Australia
Disability Services Commission (1993 - )
Division for the Intellectually Handicapped (1978 - 1986)
Djooraminda (1992 - )
Ebenezer Home (1968 - )
Edmund Rice Education Australia (2007 - )
Edwards Business College
Fairbridge (c. 1909 - 2011)
Father Hudson's Society (1902 - ), United Kingdom
Fisheries Department (1920 - 1964), State of Western Australia
Fremantle Community Youth Services (1977 - ?)
Fremantle Native School (1842 - 1851)
Fremantle Youth Crisis Accommodation Service (2002 - )
Frontier Services (1977 - )
Fusion Student Household (1995 - )
Geraldton Protestant Children's Home Inc (1921 - ?)
Gilead Boys' Home (1973? - 1980?)
Girls' Friendly Society (Western Australia) (1888 - )
Golden Mile Youth Hostel (1989 - 1999)
Great Mates - Armadale Youth Crisis Accommodation (2003 - 2005?)
Grosser's Boarding House (1970? - 1971)
Heath House (1953 - 1982)
Heathcote (1929 - 1994)
Holy Spirit Province of the Christian Brothers (1967 - 2007)
House of Mercy (1891 - 1916)
Identitywa (2001 - )
Ieramugadu Shelter (1982 - 1994?)
Independent Order of Oddfellows (IOOF) (1898 - ?)
Jesus People (Inc) (1974 - 1997)
Karratha Youth Housing (1987 - 2008)
King Edward Memorial Hospital (1916 - )
Kununurra Waringarri Aboriginal Corporation (1979 - )
Lady Lawley Cottage by the Sea (1903 - )
Langford Youth Accommodation Service (1986? - 2001)
Manguri (1988 - 2002)
Marist Order (c. 1837 - )
Mentally Incurable Children's Association (1954 - 1986)
Mercy Community Services (Inc) (1997 - 2002)
MercyCare (2002 - )
Methodist Homes for Children (1922 - 1977)
Methodist Overseas Mission (1830? - 1980?)
Metropolitan Infectious Diseases Hospital (1938 - 1956)
Millijiddie Station (1981)
Millington Street Bethel Home (1962? - 1982?)
Ministering Children's League (1891 - 1957)
Ministering Children's League Convalescent Home (1897 - 1949)
Ministry of Justice (1993 - 2001), State of Western Australia
Miss Elphick's Boarding House (1970? - 1971?)
Mission Australia (1997 - )
Mofflyn Child and Family Care Services (1984 - 2006)
Mogumber Training Centre (1974 - 1980)
Mount Margaret Mission (1921 - 1975)
Mowanjum (1956 - 1972)
NCH Action for Children (1869 - ), United Kingdom
Ngal-a Mothercraft Home and Training Centre Inc (1956 - 1989)
Norseman Mission (1935 - 1985)
Nulsen Haven Association (Inc) (1986 - )
Oblates of Mary Immaculate (1894 - )
Orphanages' Committee (1889 - 1939)
Pallottines (Society of the Catholic Apostolates) (1901 - )
Parent Help Centre (2004? - )
Parkerville Children and Youth Care (Inc) (2005 - )
Parkerville Children's Home (1909 - 2005)
Parkerville Children's Home Incorporated (1925 - 2005)
Peedamulla Station (1978? - 1981?)
PICYS (Perth Inner City Youth Service) Household Network (1980 - )
Presbyterian Church (1879 - 1977)
Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (1909 - 2018)
Prom Hostel (1986 - 1992)
Public Charities and State Children Department (1908 - 1917), State of Western Australia
Roelands Native Mission Farm (1938 - 1975)
Royal West Australian Institute for the Blind (1895 - 2001)
Salvation Army (1897 - ), Western Australia
Shiloh (c. 1949 - 1963)
Sister Kate's Child and Family Care Services (1980 - 1988)
Sister Kate's Children's Cottage Home (1934 - 1980)
Sister Kate's Children's Home Inc (1948 - 1955)
Sisters of Mercy (1846 - 2011)
Sisters of Nazareth (1938 - )
Sisters of St Elizabeth of Hungary (1928 - 1957)
Sisters of St John of God (1895 - )
Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart (1887 - )
Sisters of the Church (1901 - 1908)
Sisters of the Good Shepherd (1902 - )
Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent (1933 - 1941)
Slow Learning Children's Group (1951 - 1989)
St Patrick's Province of the Christian Brothers (1953 - 1967)
St Vincent de Paul Society, Western Australia (1865 - )
State Children Department (1917 - 1927), State of Western Australia
STAY Geraldton (1984 - )
Strelley Station (1981? - 1983?)
Swan Accommodation Service (The Junction) (1980 - )
Swanleigh Council (1959 - 1961)
Swanleigh Council (1972 - 2010)
The Swanleigh Hostel Council (1962 - 1970)
TINOCA (Youth Futures WA) (1986 - )
United Aborigines Mission (1929 - )
Uniting Church Child and Family Care Services (1977 - 1984?)
Uniting Church in Australia (Synod of Western Australia) (1977 - )
UnitingCare West (2006 - )
Vailima Hostel (1971? - 1977)
Victoria Hospital for Infectious Diseases (1893 - 1938)
Victoria Park Youth Accommodation (1983 - )
WA School for Deaf Children (1896 - 2001)
Wanslea Family Services (1946 - )
Wattle Grove Baptist Cottage (1958 - 1963?)
West Australian Foundation for Deaf Children (Inc.) (2004 - )
Western Australian Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (1890 - )
Women's Australian National Service (WANS) (1941 - 1946)
Wongutha Mission Training Farm (1954 - 1993)
Yanay Yenma (1988 - )
Yandeyarra Station (1978? - 1983?)
YMCA Perth Inc. (1908 - )
Yorganop Association Incorporated (1986 - )
Young Single Women's Refuge (c. 1980 - 1991)
Youth Accommodation Program- Youth Involvement Council (Hedland) (1983 - )
Catholic
The term Catholic describes a person or organisation affiliated with the Catholic Church. With child welfare, services were often clustered under the umbrella terms of Protestant and Catholic.
Albany Boys' Hostel (c. 1970 - 1978)
Australasian Province of the Christian Brothers (1885 - 1953)
Beagle Bay Mission (1895 - 1976)
Benedictine Missionary Sisters (1904 - )
Beverley Cottages (1978 - 1991?)
Bindoon (1936 - 1966)
Brookton Cottage (1979? - 1988?)
Castledare (1934 - 1983)
Castledare Special School (1929 - 1934)
Catherine McAuley Centre (1971 - 1991)
Catholic Archdiocese of Perth (1913 - )
Catholic Child Welfare Council (1929 - 2003), United Kingdom
Catholic Diocese of Broome (1897? - )
Catholic Diocese of Perth (1845 - 1913)
Catholic Episcopal Migration and Welfare Association [CEMWA] (1947? - 1970)
Catholic Family Welfare Bureau (1970 - 1977)
Catholic Migrant Centre (1992 - 2008)
Centrecare (1977 - )
Centrecare Children's Cottages (1978 - 1992)
Christian Brothers Oceania Province (2007 - )
Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance (Trappists) (1895 - )
Clontarf (1901 - 1983)
Djooraminda (1992 - )
Drysdale River Mission (1908 - 1937)
Edmund Rice Education Australia (2007 - )
Family Care Society (1989 - )
Father Hudson's Society (1902 - ), United Kingdom
Glendalough Cottage (1990 - ?)
Holy Child Orphanage (1941 - 1962)
Holy Spirit Province of the Christian Brothers (1967 - 2007)
Home of the Good Shepherd (for 'Destitute Women and Girls') (1902 - 1979?)
Home of the Good Shepherd Industrial School for Girls (1909 - 1979)
Identitywa (2001 - )
Kalumburu Mission (1931 - 1982)
Keaney House (1955 - 1965)
La Grange Mission (1955 - 1984)
Lombadina (1909 - 1975)
Maria Goretti Home (1968 - 1974)
Marist Order (c. 1837 - )
Mercy Community Services (Inc) (1997 - 2002)
Mercy Hospital (1997 - 2014)
MercyCare (2002 - )
Nazareth House (1941 - 1979?)
Neuville (1971 - 1987)
New Norcia Mission (1848 - 1974)
Northam Cottage (1979 - ?)
Nulungu (1971 - 1994)
Oblates of Mary Immaculate (1894 - )
Oceanview (1970 - 1995?)
Orfelin Ecole (Orphan School), Broome (1895? - 1898?)
Pallottine Mission Centre (1955 - 1991)
Pallottine Mission, Tardun (1948 - 2004)
Pallottines (Society of the Catholic Apostolates) (1901 - )
Pregnancy Help, Centrecare (1980s - 1991?)
Presentation Sisters, Society of Australian Congregations of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Sisters of Mercy (1846 - 2011)
Sisters of Nazareth (1938 - )
Sisters of St John of God (1895 - )
Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart (1887 - )
Sisters of the Good Shepherd (1902 - )
St Anne's Maternity Home (c. 1958 - 1982)
St Anne's Mercy Hospital (1982 - 1997)
St Anne's Nursing Home (1937 - c. 1958)
St Gerard's Hospital (1944 - c. 1972)
St John of God Health Care
St John of God Hospital, Subiaco (1898 - )
St John of God Mount Lawley Hospital (2014 - )
St Joseph's Catholic Orphanage for Girls (1868 - 1901)
St Joseph's Girls' Orphanage (1901 - 1971)
St Joseph's Hostel (1958 - 1986)
St Joseph's Native School and Orphanage, New Norcia (1861 - 1974)
St Joseph's Preventorium (1929 - 1976)
St Kevin's Industrial School (1897 - 1922)
St Margaret's Hostel (1918 - 1971)
St Mary's Mission, New Norcia (1848 - 1974)
St Patrick's Province of the Christian Brothers (1953 - 1967)
St Vincent de Paul Society, Western Australia (1865 - )
St Vincent's Foundling Home (1914 - 1971)
Subiaco Boys' Orphanage (1872 - 1901)
Tardun Farm School (1928 - 2008)
Wandering Mission (1944 - 1979)
Western Australian Professional Standards Office
Wirrumanu (1939 - 1975)
Youth Care (1983 - 1990)
Children's Home
Children's Home is a term used to describe institutions providing out-of-home 'care' for children. The term was commonly used during the period from the 1920s to the 1970s.
Benmore Presbyterian Children's Home (1947 - 1962?)
Burnbrae Presbyterian Children's Home (1938 - 1956)
Castledare (1934 - 1983)
Castledare Special School (1929 - 1934)
Catherine House, Broome (1975 - 1991?)
Catherine McAuley Centre (1971 - 1991)
Child Welfare Reception Home (1953 - 1972)
Children's Cottage Home (1933 - 1935)
Clontarf (1901 - 1983)
Collins House (1975 - 1987)
Cottesloe House (1973? - 1979?)
Dulhi Gunyah (1909 - 1918)
Fairbridge Farm School, Pinjarra (1913 - 1981)
Government Receiving Depot (1907 - 1935)
Government Receiving Home (1935 - 1952)
Greenbushes Hostel (1942 - 1946)
Hillcrest Maternity Home (1922 - 1974)
Home for Girls (1883 - 1888?)
Kalumburu Mission (1931 - 1982)
Koolingar-Mia Group Home, Collie (1978 - 1992)
Lombadina (1909 - 1975)
Methodist Children's Home (1922 - 1959)
Mofflyn (1959 - 1984)
Mt Lawley Reception Home (1973 - 1980)
Nabberu Hostel (1971? - 1988)
Nazareth House (1941 - 1979?)
Ngangganawili Group Home (1981 - 1982?)
Orfelin Ecole (Orphan School), Broome (1895? - 1898?)
Pallottine Mission Centre (1955 - 1991)
Salvation Army Boys' Home (1918 - 1965)
Salvation Army Girls' Home, Cottesloe (1918 - 1969)
Salvation Army Girls' Home, Kalgoorlie (1904? - 1924?)
Seaforth Salvation Army Boys' Homes, Gosnells (1920 - 1955)
Seaforth Salvation Army Girls' Home (1920 - 1942)
Seaforth Toddlers' Home (1945 - 1946)
Seaside House, Coogee (1931 - 1968)
Shiloh (c. 1949 - 1963)
St Joseph's Catholic Orphanage for Girls (1868 - 1901)
St Joseph's Girls' Orphanage (1901 - 1971)
St Vincent's Foundling Home (1914 - 1971)
Subiaco Boys' Orphanage (1872 - 1901)
Swan Homes (1943 - 1959)
Walcott Centre (1980 - 1984)
Wanslea (1947 - 1984)
Wanslea Hostel (1943 - 1946)
Waringarri Group Home (1982 - )
Warralea (1973 - 1986)
Warramboo Hostel, Yalgoo (1971? - 1980?)
Warramia Group Home (1972 - 2004?)
Westview (1981 - )
Wirrumanu (1939 - 1975)
Withnell House (1952 - 1969?)
Wollaston (1973 - 1995?)
Yaandina Family Centre (1974 - 1995?)
Church
Church is a general term which may be applied to any number of (usually Christian) religious groups. The phrase 'the church' usually refers to the official opinion, policy or practice of a particular denomination.
Anglican Diocese of Bunbury (1904 - )
Anglican Diocese of Kalgoorlie (1914 - 1973)
Anglican Diocese of North West Australia (1910 - )
Anglican Diocese of Perth (1856 - )
Catholic Archdiocese of Perth (1913 - )
Catholic Diocese of Perth (1845 - 1913)
Christian Brethren (1947 - )
Methodist Church (1829 - 1977)
Presbyterian Church (1879 - 1977)
Salvation Army (1897 - ), Western Australia
Uniting Church in Australia (Synod of Western Australia) (1977 - )
Western Australian Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church (1890 - )
Church Agency
The term Church Agency refers to a service organisation which is associated with a specific Church. Some were operated by religious orders, especially within the Catholic Church, and others were operated by lay people.
Advisory Council of Empire Settlement (1925 - 1981), United Kingdom
Anglican Health and Welfare Services (1974 - 2003)
Anglicare WA (2003 - )
Australian Aborigines' Evangelical Mission (1949 - 1980s)
Australian Churches of Christ Indigenous Ministries (2009 - 2013)
Australian Inland Mission (1912 - 1977)
Baptist Union of WA (1896 - )
Catholic Child Welfare Council (1929 - 2003), United Kingdom
Catholic Episcopal Migration and Welfare Association [CEMWA] (1947? - 1970)
Catholic Family Welfare Bureau (1970 - 1977)
Catholic Migrant Centre (1992 - 2008)
Centrecare (1977 - )
The Children's Society (1881 - ), United Kingdom
Churches of Christ Christian Welfare Centre (1966? - 1980s)
Churches of Christ Federal Aborigines Mission Board (Inc) (1942 - 2009)
Council Presbyterian Children's Homes (1938? - 1963?)
Family Care Society (1989 - )
Frontier Services (1977 - )
Geraldton Protestant Children's Home Inc (1921 - ?)
Methodist Overseas Mission (1830? - 1980?)
PICYS (Perth Inner City Youth Service) Household Network (1980 - )
Professional Standards, Anglican Diocese of Perth (2004 - )
St John of God Health Care
St Vincent de Paul Society, Western Australia (1865 - )
UnitingCare West (2006 - )
Western Australian Professional Standards Office
Churches of Christ
The Churches of Christ is a movement of autonomous Christian congregations which share a particular understanding of the teachings of Jesus Christ as set out in the New Testament.
Australian Churches of Christ Indigenous Ministries (2009 - 2013)
Bamburra Hostel (1970 - )
Carnarvon Mission (1945 - 1975?)
Carnarvon Teens Hostel (1968 - 1984?)
Churches of Christ Federal Aborigines Mission Board (Inc) (1942 - 2009)
Fairhaven Hostel (1965 - 1987)
Karingal (1966 - 1974?)
Norseman Mission (1935 - 1985)
Roelands Village (1975 - 1984)
Wollaston (1973 - 1995?)
City Mission
City Mission refers to the missions run by various Christian denominations in urban and suburban settings. In the nineteenth century, working class communities in the inner city were seen as 'dark' and 'foreign', and thus an appropriate field for mission. The care of children and single mothers was an important area of activity for these missions. The first half of the twentieth century saw an expansion of denominationally based mission activity, with many inner-suburban churches reconstituting themselves as mission districts. In the postwar period, missions took on a more secular role, and were important providers of child welfare services.
Jesus People (Inc) (1974 - 1997)
Mission Australia (1997 - )
Community Service Organisation
Community Service Organisations, or CSOs are privately run groups, often with a religious affiliation, which provide services to the community, including services to support families and out-of-home ‘care’ programs. In some states and territories, including New South Wales, such organisations are known as Non-Government Organisations, or NGOs. Although they are private organisations, they may receive some funding from government to provide particular services.
Alliance for Forgotten Australians
Anglicare WA (2003 - )
Australian Red Cross Society (1914 - )
Charities' Consultations Committeee [Western Australia] (1931 - 1932?)
Children's Protection Society (1906 - 1994?)
Communicare (1977 - )
FACT (Forgotten Australians Coming Together) (2009 - )
Independent Order of Oddfellows (IOOF) (1898 - ?)
Irrabeena (1961 - )
Metropolitan Charities Appeal Association [Western Australia] (1918)
Ministering Children's League (1891 - 1957)
Old Fairbridgians Association, Western Australia (1930s - )
St Vincent de Paul Society, Western Australia (1865 - )
Ugly Men's Voluntary Worker's Association Inc. (1917 - 1948)
West Australian Foundation for Deaf Children (Inc.) (2004 - )
Western Australian Genealogical Society Inc (1979 - )
Women's Australian National Service (WANS) (1941 - 1946)
YMCA Perth Inc. (1908 - )
Convalescent Home
A Convalescent Home was a place where children were sent to rest and recover from illnesses, or after a stay in hospital. Sometimes the term was used to describe a home for women suffering from venereal disease (such institutions were also known as Lock Hospitals or Contagious Diseases Hospitals).
Lady Lawley Cottage by the Sea (1903 - )
Ministering Children's League Convalescent Home (1897 - 1949)
Cottage Care
Cottage care was a model of institutional 'care' which began in the United Kingdom in the late nineteenth century. Along with 'boarding out', cottage home accommodation was seen as an alternative to large scale dormitory-style accommodation (although cottage homes could house up to 40 children).
Albany Group Home (1978? - )
Bethel Home Cajuput Street (1967 - 1986)
Bethel Home McCallum Crescent (1971 - 1982)
Bethel Home Nutwood Crescent (1970 - 1986)
Canning Highway Bethel Home (1966 - 1982?)
Catherine McAuley Centre (1971 - 1991)
Centrecare Children's Cottages (1978 - 1992)
The Children's Society (1881 - ), United Kingdom
Cottesloe House (1973? - 1979?)
Crossroads west (1991 - )
Hollywood Children's Village, Salvation Army (1965 - 1994)
Ingada Village (1975? - 1986)
Mercy Community Services (Inc) (1997 - 2002)
Millington Street Bethel Home (1962? - 1982?)
Mofflyn Child and Family Care Services (1984 - 2006)
Nollamara Cottage (1973? - 1985)
Sister Kate's Child and Family Care Services (1980 - 1988)
Sister Kate's Children's Cottage Home (1934 - 1980)
Uniting Church Child and Family Care Services (1977 - 1984?)
Ventnor Avenue Bethel Home (1970 - 1982?)
Cottage Home
The term Cottage Home refers to an institution which provided residential 'care' for children under the cottage care, or 'family cottage' model.
Alinjarra Cottage (1986 - 1991)
Allandale Cottage (1962 - 1985?)
Applecross Cottage (1970 - 1986?)
Ardross House (1971 - 2004?)
Belmont Cottage (1979? - )
Beverley Cottages (1978 - 1991?)
Bourkedale (1972 - 1985?)
Bridgetown Group Home (1976 - 1980)
Brookton Cottage (1979? - 1988?)
Carine House (1987 - 1997)
Children's Cottage Home (1933 - 1935)
Darlington Cottage (1977 - 1983)
Djooraminda (1992 - )
Fremantle Cottage (1978? - )
Glendalough Cottage (1990 - ?)
Goldfields Group Home (1980? - 1987?)
Kalgoorlie Group Home (1987 - )
Katanning Group Home (1978 - 1989?)
Kyewong Hostel (1967? - 2002?)
Landsdale House (1995 - )
Maddington Scatter Cottage (1982 - 1991?)
Memorial Cottage, Roleystone (1942 - 1944)
Meribah (1972 - c. 1986)
Mofflyn (1959 - 1984)
Norseman Mission (1935 - 1985)
Northam Cottage (1979 - ?)
Northam Group Home (1980 - 2005?)
Oceanview (1970 - 1995?)
Parkerville Children's Home (1909 - 2005)
Port Hedland Group Home (1977 - 1983?)
Pukulari Cottage (1974 - 1984)
Roelands Village (1975 - 1984)
Sister Kate's Children's Cottage Home (1934 - 1980)
South Hedland Group Home (1979 - 2000?)
Waringarri Group Home (1982 - )
Warminda Hostel (1968 - 1984)
Warramia Group Home (1972 - 2004?)
Wattle Grove Baptist Cottage (1958 - 1963?)
Yokine Cottage (1972 - 1988)