Last week, the bimonthly Waroona Interagency Group meeting was held at the Waroona Community Resource Centre. There was a great attendance of 29 members, representing a variety of government agencies, community organisations and health service providers, who provided an insight into their roles and organisations. The team from East Metropolitan Health Service provided a presentation on their new program “Yarn It Up – Don’t Smoke It Up”, followed by Peel Development Commission who provided an overview of the Regional Economic Development Program and Building Better Regions Fund. Following the presentations, the group took the opportunity to network and access support to work towards the common goals of delivering community services and addressing issues around community safety and wellbeing. Waroona Interagency Group now boasts a database over 70 representatives from over 50 stakeholders including local governments, government agencies, health service providers and community organisations. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, 11th December at the Waroona Community Resource Centre.