16th Reintegration Puzzle Conference

Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
1-3 March 2023

Changing Seasons,
Changing Lives

A United Approach

As Western Australia’s leading reintegration service, ReSet provides person centric services on both sides of the fence… and its making a difference by rebuilding lives and breaking the cycle recidivism. ReSet is a case management system that is achieving real outcomes by connecting with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal adults who are at medium to high risk of re-offending and their families across nine prisons in and around the metropolitan area of Perth as well as referred offenders transitioning from regional areas. By engaging ReSet, offenders have access to an integrated suite of tailored, culturally competent services that are built around evidence based approaches and delivered by a team of specialist case workers who walk alongside people in the pre-release phase and continue to support them through a range of social, health, economic and personal challenges in the community. The strengths based response to the needs of offenders is a key component to the success of ReSet as it responds to identified needs and highlights areas where support is required.
ReSet is a consortium with a shared vision consisting of Wungening Aboriginal Corporation as the lead agency, Centrecare Incorporated, St Bartholomew’s House Incorporated, and Waalitj Foundation. Each organisation are specialists in their field and bring their expertise of parenting programs, reintegration services and employment and training. ReSet is an effective collaboration that is providing innovative reintegration services.
ReSet is proud to showcase our services


Kim Griggs
Acting ReSet Manager
, Wungening Aboriginal Corporation

Kim is a First Nations Man was born on Wadjuk Noongar Boodjar (Wadjuk Peoples Nation/Land); a Gunditjmara Man with Family Heritage that hails from Budj Bijm (Mount Eccles/Lake Condah) in South West Victoria. Kim has strong ties within the Noongar Community and attributes his Cultural knowledge and understanding to his elder Noongar siblings and extended family. Kim has developed a Passion for Social Justice, which has stemmed from Lived and Family Experience.

Son of a Member of the Stolen Generation, the exposure and the impact from past Federal Government policy was devastatingly clear from an early age. This has been a major influence on Kim pursuing a career in Social Justice and led to him working for the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA for almost 9 years where he became a Court Officer (Para-Legal) and represented his first client in the Fremantle Magistrates Court 3 weeks before he was to become 19 years of age. Kim completed a Diploma of National Indigenous Legal Studies at Tranby Aboriginal College in Glebe, NSW.

Kim started working for the ReSet Program in November 2018 as a Case Worker employed through Wungening and has also occupied the roles of Senior Case Worker, North Hub Coordinator and is currently the Acting Program Manager.

Todd Stewart
Waalitj Coordinator
, Wungening

Todd began his Community Services Journey when he began working as a Support Worker for St Bart’s in October 2020. Prior to this he spent 5 years working in the Banking Industry. His passion for community services began with some volunteering during his time in banking. This sparked a passion in him and he began a study in a Bachelor of Youth Work in 2019 which resulted in taking the leap in a career change.

Todd began working with the Waalitj Foundation as part of the Reset Program in May 2021. He began as an Employment Mentor, moving into the Senior Employment Mentor role in late 2021. Todd then moved into the role of Employment and Training  Co-ordinator in June 2022.

Todd also has a passion for sport and the development of athletes. He has been coaching in a variety of roles since 2012 with the last 5 years being as a development Coach for the West Perth Football Club.

Daniel Morrisson
, Wungening

Daniel is a proud father of two and a loving partner to Jason. He has cultural connections to Noongar, Yamitji and Gija country. Since 2010, Daniel has led Wungening Aboriginal Corporation as the CEO. During this time, Wungening has grown from a staff of 30 to an organisation of over 240, with a service footprint spanning the Perth Metropolitan Region. Daniel also supports the broader community through roles as Co-Chairperson of Social Reinvestment WA, Deputy Chairperson of Western Australian Network of Alcohol and Drug Association and Board Director at the Western Australian Council of Social Services. Daniel is committed to promoting collaborative, inclusive relationships where the Aboriginal community is encouraged to engage, establish their voice, work together to develop suitable solutions and be part of the bigger picture

Sally Green
Acting Executive Manager
, Centrecare Inc

Sally is an Acting Executive Manager at Centrecare Incorporated, providing oversight to a variety of contracts including youth justice, inclusive of the Individual Support & Transition Service at Unit 18 and Banksia Hill, adult justice, intensive family support services, a Family Support Network, homelessness and housing services, children’s therapeutic services, Child Parent Centres and more. Centrecare delivers a number of services in close partnership with other community service organisations, which strengthens the client journey through the service. BeyondYJS is an examples of this.

Tony Pietropiccolo
, Centrecare

Tony’s commitment and achievements in the community and social services sector span over 40 years.  In a sector full of committed individuals, Tony stands out not just for his remarkable role as Director of Centrecare, but for his relentless pursuit of social justice at the highest level for some of society’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals.

Tony is passionate about the role of the non-government sector.  Above and beyond Centrecare’s interests, he believes that the sector is central to the future well-being of so many Australians and has sought to protect the integrity and standards of social service organisations throughout Australia so they can maximise their contribution.

This is exemplified by his significant involvement with many peak organisations and the fact that he was a founder of Community Employers WA and the catalyst for the establishment of the community housing provider Stellar Living. His contribution to the not-for-profit sector was honoured with the Individual Leadership; Individual Leaders Award through the Community Services Industry Awards.

Tony was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in the General Division (AM) in 2012 and is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle Campus.