News & events
Harmony Day
On March 21, Australians celebrate Harmony Day and the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.These celebrations are an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the richness of Australia’s diversity. Relationships Australia, like others wishes to convey our sadness and condolences to the families and communities impacted by the tragic events in Christchurch last week, and stand united... More
Forced Adoption Support Service
Two sculptures will be unveiled this week in Victoria Park to acknowledge the people whose lives have been affected by forced adoption in Australia. The sculptures, titled Empty Arms – Broken Lives, will provide a central place in Victoria Park for those who have been affected by Forced Adoptions to visit, reflect and remember... More
Rebuilding after separation
Relationships Australia WA is now providing a Redress Support Service (RSS) to people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse and who are thinking about making an application for the National Redress Scheme. This free service is available to everyone throughout WA. If you are unable to visit us or live in a rural area we may be able to visit you, or will provide support over the phone... More
Counselling
Keystart has teamed up with Relationships Australia WA to offer support to their customers facing difficulties. If you are facing any issues that you would like to discuss in a supportive, respectful and confidential environment, Keystart can provide their customers with up to five free sessions... More
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An inquiry in the UK has found child migrants who were forcibly sent from Britain to Australia should be compensated by the UK government. Our Find & Connect service provides free support to help Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants uncover their history... More
Relationship Fraud

Early intervention with families is an effective way of reducing elder abuse according to Relationships Australia. On World Elder Abuse Awareness Day we believe it’s important to focus on the positive steps that can be taken to prevent elder abuse and send a message to older people and their families that they can seek help to manage difficult emotional or financial situations...

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Connect For Mental Health
We have developed a free online mental health training tool to help the community better understand mental health, and recognise someone who may be at risk of mental health decline or contemplating suicide. It helps users understand how to reach out and talk to a person they may be worried about, how to respond to what they say, and also how to obtain further support if needed... More