Previously used as a cable station, 2 Curtin Avenue in Mosman Park became the home of the McCall Centre from 1973. (Some sources state that this locate is Cottesloe, others in Mosman Park).
Ten children at a time, who were all diagnosed with significant emotional or behavioural issues, resided here to partake in a short-term residential program. This facility was also the administrative head of five metropolitan hostels.
It is believed that the residential program closed in 2005.