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Support Services Found: 24
24/7 telephone and online crisis support, information and immediate referral to specialist counselling for anyone in Australia who has experienced or been impacted by sexual assault, or domestic or family violence.
Australian Childhood Trauma Group
Professional support services for government agencies, non-government agencies and schools.
Blue Knot Foundation
Provides telephone counselling, information and support for adult survivors of child abuse and referral to professionals and agencies. Provides workshops for survivors, family members, partners and friends. Professional development for health professionals is also available.
Specialist case management, face-to-face counselling (QLD only) and telephone counselling in all states and territories for child and adult survivors, non-offending family members and friends engaging with the Royal Commission.
Face to face
Care Leavers Australasia Network (CLAN)
Support and advocacy for people who grew up in Australian orphanages, children’s homes and in foster care, and their families. Support provided to engage with the Royal Commission.
Child Migrants Trust
Social work services including counselling and support for family reunions.
Trauma informed telephone and online counselling for childhood abuse. Training and organisational capacity building on child abuse prevention.
Children and Young People with Disability Australia
Provides information, referral and systemic advocacy regarding the experiences of children with disability.
CREATE Foundation supports children and young people with an out-of-home care experience aged 0-25 years. Join clubCREATE for free events, programs, grants, giveaways and surveys.
Find and Connect
Support and counselling for Forgotten Australians and former child migrants. Family tracing and access to care records.
Counselling and referral service for young people aged 12- 25 years. Also supports parents.
Service to help build the capacity of Indigenous organisations and support the development of the Link-Up network.
In Good Faith Foundation
Provides independent advocacy, case work, referral and support to aid recovery for victims, their families and communities responding to clergy, religious and lay abuse.
Provides a free and independent legal service and for people engaging with the Royal Commission.
24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention.
Specialist attachment and trauma informed training.
A national telephone and online support, information and referral service for men with family and relationship concerns.
Mental Health Professionals Network
Provides mental health practitioners with networking and online professional development opportunities across Australia.
People with Disability Australia
Operating a national telephone line for advice, information, referrals and advocacy support. Provides training and individual advocacy support for people with disability.
Family and relationship counselling as well as a range of specialist counselling services.
Sexual Assault Counselling Australia (SACA)
Provides telephone counselling, including a free telephone interpreting service, for people affected by the Royal Commission. Some face-to-face counselling is available in NSW and Victoria. Staffed by trauma specialist counsellors.
Face to face
Suicide Call Back Service
24/7 counselling for people 18 years and over who are suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal or people bereaved by suicide.
Provides advocacy, referrals and support services to people who have experienced religious/clergy abuse, with a focus on the Jewish community.
WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association
WWILD works with men and women aged 14 years and over who have an intellectual disability, and survivors of sexual assault or crime, or at risk of becoming a victim of crime or exploitation.