We can answer many questions people have before they make a call, take a read of our resourceful page!
Information for all families – whether together or separated – about family relationship issues. Find out about a range of services to assist families manage relationship issues, including helping families agree on arrangements for children after parents separate.
Taking Responsibility - A Course For Men: an eighteen-session group program aimed at men who have been abusive in their relationships and are now ready to work towards building relationships that are respectful, caring and safe.
Legal Aid NSW provides legal services to disadvantaged clients across NSW in most areas of criminal, family and civil law.
Legal Aid NSW also assists people experiencing domestic and family violence.
The Family Court of Australia, through its specialist judges and staff, assists Australians to resolve their most complex legal family disputes.
The Department of Communities and Justice will be the lead agency in the new Stronger Communities Cluster.
The new Stronger Communities Cluster brings together, and replaces, the Family and Communities and Justice Clusters. It brings all government services targeted at achieving safe, just, inclusive and resilient communities under one roof.
The Domestic Violence Line is a NSW statewide telephone crisis counselling and referral service for women, including trans women
It is well documented that domestic and family violence is a significantly under-reported crime and a complex crime for police to provide an effective response to. For many victims of domestic and family violence they do not want to end their relationships with their abusive partners, they just want the violence to stop. Others require assistance from police and human services agencies to assist them in leaving their violent relationships.
Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14
Beyond blue – 1300 224 636
Kids helpline – 1800 551 80
Emergency – 000
Confidential helpline – 1800 737 732
Mensline – 1300 7899 78
Relationships Australia – 1300 364 277
'Domestic violence', 'family violence' and 'domestic abuse' are all terms to describe behaviour that occurs in an family or close personal relationship and is violent, threatening, coercive or controlling or causes a victim to live in fear.
A men’s behaviour change program (MBCP) is a program for men wanting to end their use of controlling and abusive behaviours (including violent incidents) and other problematic behaviour in their relationships.
The program is designed to help men to address hurting the people they love most, develop an improved sense of self, and in the process become better partners and fathers.
Our team of therapists and mediators (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) are ready to support you from our office located between Museum and Town Hall stations.
Supporting you and your family through the challenges of relationships, parenting and separation. Professional and compassionate teams for counselling, education, emotional support and practical strategies. Our mission is to help individuals, couples and families through life's testing times.
Catholic care have a great list of courses including my kids and me for parents in the care jurisdiction.
The KKIM suite of services offers support for separated families (with children any age) experiencing conflict and/or complex needs.
Complex needs may include conflict, violence and other significant concerns such as addictions.
helpful website so you can access different parenting courses.
The website is made for parents who are dealing with the child protection system. Website easy to use and designed for parents with learning difficulties
Collaboration between The WASH House, The Intellectual Disability Rights Service (IDRS) and an advisory group of parents with lived experience in the child protection system.
Phone: 02 9620 1379
PO Box 239