- Are you a gamer into online gaming – solo, co-op or multiplayer?
- Have you levelled up at least one toon/avatar in your favourite game(s)?
- Are you based in the Adelaide metro area?
- Will you still be 17 or younger by 30 June 2014? Continue Reading
The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) has commissioned the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) to undertake the Forced Adoptions Service Providers Scoping Study. The study will be conducted between August 2013 and February 2014. Continue Reading
Relationships Australia (SA) strongly supports the new funding by the Australian Government to support survivors of child sexual abuse who take part in or are affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Continue Reading
The Australian Government has funded the establishment of an independent legal service called knowmore.
The service is for members of the public who would like legal advice before contacting or providing information to the Royal Commission or at any other point in their engagement with the Royal Commission. Continue Reading
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has arrived in South Australia. The Royal Commission’s Chief Executive Officer, Ms Janette Dines, announced that face-to-face private sessions with Commissioners start this week in Adelaide and will continue during July. Continue Reading
The Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry in Northern Ireland has issued an appeal for victims and survivors of childhood institutional abuse to come forward. Continue Reading
Relationships Australia (SA) has been providing gambling help services for over 17 years. Continue Reading
Relationships Australia (SA) has endorsed ‘The Charter of Rights for Children in Care’, confirming how important the interests of children are to our organisation.
Our Research and Evaluation team has recently developed and started piloting an exciting new tool that allows us to discover vital information about our clients’ health and wellbeing.
The tool, currently known as PACES, follows on from our previous work in risk assessment, which included the development of the Detection of Overall Risk Screen (DOORS). Continue Reading