Relationships Australia South Australia (RASA) brings many decades of trauma-informed counselling experience to its specialist service for victims of crime.
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From 1 July 2020, Relationships Australia South Australia will provide trauma-based counselling and peer support to adult and child victims of crime as they move through the criminal justice process.
On 17 June 2008, the South Australian Government apologised on behalf of the current and previous Parliaments of South Australia, to those who were abused as children while in State care.
Sisters Sarah and Paula were matched with carers by Time for Kids in 2016, at 8 and 9 years old. Their mum is a single parent who doesn’t have a great deal of support. Both of the girls take on many of the household responsibilities and also care for their younger siblings.
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Relationships Australia South Australia is pleased to be appointed to provide therapeutic counselling services to South Australian victims of crime over the next three years.
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