About Us

ReSet delivers services to men and women in Perth prisons and their families.  Services are provided in prison and in the community after release.
Each person receives a service that responds to their specific needs.
By coming to ReSet, clients can access a range of services so that their needs are met as fully as possible.
ReSet is a culturally competent service and we also base our programs on what has been shown to work well.

Who We Are
Our Approach
Our Governance

What We Do

ReSet works with people in prison, and their families, to prepare them for release from prison. Once they are released ReSet continues to support them to successfully reintegrate back into community. This support includes assistance to deal with barriers from a range of social, health, economic and personal challenges in the re-entry process.

Re-Entry Support
Accommodation Support
Employment and Training Support
Parenting Advice and Support
Family Support

Our Aim

ReSet aims to support people to become contributing participants in their families, cultures and communities.
This includes reducing rates of reoffending and specifically doing our part in addressing the over representation of Aboriginal people in the WA criminal justice system; and increasing public safety.

How we operate


Referrals for ReSet services and programs can only be made by the prison Transitional Managers.  There is no self-referral. Referrals will be guided by the Department of Justice’s assessment process. Queries about eligibility need to be directed to the relevant Transitional Manager.

Eligibility Criteria