Relationships Australia WA supports people who are thinking about making an application for the National Redress Scheme.
The National Redress Scheme review is seeking responses from survivors and support services/carers/advocates to a feedback study on experiences with the Scheme and especially with the application process. Please have your say and find out more about the study here.
Who is this service for?
If you have experienced sexual abuse as a child (up to 18 years) in any institution or group i.e. schools, sporting clubs, orphanages, foster care and religious organisations, group homes or clubs and are considering making an application for the National Redress Scheme.
This service is available to everyone including:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
- people from a culturally diverse background
- people with a disability.
This service is available throughout WA.
How can we help?
Relationships Australia WA will provide support and assistance to people throughout their engagement with the National Redress process, including:
- individual support for applying for Redress face-to-face or by phone
- referral to other support and legal services
- giving you all the information you need on the National Redress Scheme
- assistance with National Redress application.
What are our fees?
Relationships Australia WA provides these services at no cost
How to access this service?
If you want to discuss how we can support you, or wish to refer someone to our service please call us on 1800 491 777 or complete the email form below.
If you are unable to visit us or live in a rural area we may be able to visit you, or provide support over the phone.