New care facility in Cockburn for elderly, youth, disabled, caregivers and people with mental health issues


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A SERVICE offering assistance to the elderly, youth, the disabled, people with mental health issues and caregivers has pulled the covers off a brand new facility in Cockburn Central.

Rise Community Network has operated in the eastern areas of Perth for more than three decades.

Chief executive Justine Colyer said Alderson Place, located on Merino Entrance, would help deliver community services across the southern corridor.

“The opening of Alderson Place is a wonderful step forward in the growth of Rise Community Network,” she said.

“We are delighted to increase our presence in the southern suburbs and look forward to making a difference in the lives of many people in this region.”

For information visit www.risenetwork.com.au.