Kira House is a beautiful, spacious home equipped with a modern kitchen, that is set up to support young women (aged 14 - 18) and their children, who are leaving family and domestic violence.We are the only place in WA with this type of safe space. We believe that all children and young people should live a life free of violence.
Our supportive staff will help you to prepare for the future, so that you can achieve your goals.
At Kira House, we have everything you need to make your life comfortable again.
Rise works in collaboration with a number of other organisations to support young women.
Together we can continue to assist you in developing your skills to live safely and independently during your stay and when you leave Kira House.
Young women aged 14 - 21, with or without children who are at risk of/or experiencing homelessness or family and domestic violence.
Referrals can be made on 0408 895 613 or through supporting agencies such as the Department for Child Protection and Family Support and Crisis Care.
Young people can stay at Kira from a couple of days to three months. We also provide support to find transitional and long-term accommodation.
Kira House consists of 6 large bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and baby changing facilities. Alongside a spacious double kitchen Kira House has two big communal living spaces, dining area, computer area and a ‘child free’ lounge area. There’s also an outdoor dining and garden area.
We support young people to achieve their best possible mental health and provide support with budgeting/ finances, parenting, education and training. Regular visits from external services such as Youth link, Samaritans and Centrelink allow for Kira House clients to receive firsthand, professional support in several areas.
Kira House is a 24 hour, 7 days a week service with a member of staff present on site at all times.