The WA Government and Member for Bunbury Don Punch have made a commitment to support WA PCYC program ‘Ice Breakers’, that is currently being delivered at Albany PCYC. The government has pledged $60,000 over the next six months to assist the work of the Ice Breakers initiative in Bunbury.
‘Ice Breakers’ is a non-residential rehabilitation program, delivered in the South West that supports current and recovering crystal methamphetamine addicts.
Bunbury PCYC Centre Manager has approached Bunbury MLA Don Punch to ensure the continuation of ‘Ice Breakers’ program in Bunbury as part of the ‘Local Projects, Local Job’s initiative. Mr Punch said the funding would be put towards getting young people engaged and working constructively in the community.
Ice Breakers currently operates in Bunbury, with meetings held at Jobs South West on Wednesday and Fridays, and at Bunbuty PCYC on Mondays and Thursday from 5pm – 7pm.
Ice Breakers facilitator/Coordinator Adam Lange, Bunbury PCYC Centre Manager Joanne Hill, Member for Bunbury Don Punch and Ice Breakers co-facilitator Teanne.
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