Professional Volunteers

Want to use your skills to make a real impact?

St Pat’s relies on professional volunteers to deliver free allied health services and dental care to people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.

Each year, we provide about 800 dental treatments and more than 2,000 health appointments to the most vulnerable people in our community.

St Pat's Dental Clinic

St Pat’s Oral Health Clinic

“It is not just about teeth. It’s about mental health, confidence, self-esteem, and hope.”

St Pat’s Client

Established in 2016, our pro-bono Oral Health Clinic was the first of its kind in WA, offering free dental services to people experiencing homelessness.

Staffed by professional dental nurses, our Oral Health Clinic contains a digital X-ray, an OPG machine, Adec chair and a separate sterilisation area, providing the best working environment where you can play a critical role in addressing people’s immediate needs.

We understand that volunteering demands a significant commitment of time and energy, and we deeply appreciate the generosity of every dentist who volunteers with us, as do our clients.

How do I sign up?

The first step is to contact our Health Clinic Coordinator, Debbie McLeod. She will explain the volunteering process, answer any questions you may have and discuss your availability.

This will be followed by a meet and greet with our Dental Assistant, Francesca Tidu, for an induction and introduction to the team.

Health Services Contact

  • Open Hours
    8:30am – 1:30pm Weekdays

  • Location
    St Pat’s Community Support Centre

  • Call us
    Health Clinic Coordinator – Debbie McLeod
    08 6372 4824

St Pat's Professional Volunteering

Want to learn more or volunteer and help us provide vital health and dental care to vulnerable people in our community?

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