Child Safety and Wellbeing

Child Safety and Wellbeing

Relationships Australia WA is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people by providing child-friendly environments where they feel safe and are safe.

Relationships Australia WA ensures children and young people are listened to regarding decisions affecting their lives. We are committed to creating a child-safe organisational culture with comprehensive screening. Our staff manage and respond to situational risks through;

  • Treating children and young people as individuals with rights
  • Ensuring disclosure will be treated seriously and acted upon
  • Ensuring all our staff are empowered and confident to raise concerns
  • Not tolerating any inappropriate behaviour
  • Monitoring environments
  • Training all staff in child abuse including grooming.

Relationships Australia WA is committed to ensuring the cultural safety of children and young people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those with a disability and those who identify as LGBTQIA+.

All Relationships Australia WA staff have a responsibility to understand the role they play to ensure the safety and wellbeing
of children and young people.

We recognise the devastating impacts and effects of child abuse and is committed to preventing, identifying and addressing risks to children and young people.


You can download a copy of our statement of commitment to child safety and wellbeing here.

You can download a copy of our Children's Charter here.

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