Mental Illness Fellowship of WA (MIFWA) is a mental health organisation with 30 years’ experience supporting people with a lived experience of mental illness, their families, and carers across WA.
- Disability:Disability Services
- Education:Adult Education
- Health Support:Mental Health Services
- Support Programs:People with Disability
- Youth:General Youth Services
- Other:Community Centres
Mental Illness Fellowship of WA (MIFWA) supports people living with mental illness, their families, and carers through a variety of mental health support services and programs including Hospital to Home, the Early Intervention Recovery Program for young people with a first or second episode of psychosis or other mental illness, carer and family support services, parent peer support, community mental health training, individualised support through the NDIS, and our Lorikeet Centre. MIFWA is committed to promoting an understanding of issues relating to mental ill-health in the community leading to better mental health outcomes and awareness.