This content rich annual report shows how we are making an impact and it is aligned to our Strategic Plan 2016-21.
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Are you interested in learning more about how to support families experiencing family domestic violence (FDV) and working with men who are using violence in their relationships? Continue Reading
Relationship counselling can be of benefit to any couple, regardless of what stage your relationship is in. Continue Reading
The annual Australian Association of Family Therapy (AAFT) Conference is shaping up to be one that is not to be missed. Held in Adelaide on 19-20 October, this year’s theme is Family therapy and social justice – Collapsing the divisions of inequality. Continue Reading
Four new resources are now available for people working within the gambling help sector to better support people who are experiencing gambling harm. Continue Reading
On 5 May, the SA Family Law Pathways Network hosted another sell-out Annual Forum at the Adelaide Pavilion in Veale Gardens titled, “Working with Family Violence: A Forum for Workers in the Family Law Sector”. Continue Reading
Are you looking to take the next step in your Community Services career? Sharpen your management and leadership skills with an Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management from our training arm, the Australian Institute of Social Relations. Continue Reading
According to some, #RASAStaffDay 2017 was our best yet. From thinking about the use of technology in our work, to Shakespeare, to pollinating promotional ideas, to inspiring young people through social enterprise, #RASAStaffDay certainly proved to be informative, engaging and heartfelt. Continue Reading
Lights, camera, action! Our Communications & Development team has been hard at work the last few weeks producing a television commercial for our training arm, the Australian Institute of Social Relations. Continue Reading
Our Together 4 Kids (T4K) service provides therapeutic support aimed at helping children process the uncertainty and distress of homelessness. Continue Reading