We are always respectful of your family’s unique requirements. Completing Family DOORS gives you an opportunity to let us know about any tough stuff you’re up against. Our research shows it’s helpful – but it’s not compulsory.

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Choose from online by app, pen-and-paper, and face-to-face interview. We have different versions for children, young people and adults. We also have accessibility features.


The Family DOORS screening process is tailored to your circumstances. This means you won’t have to answer questions that aren’t relevant to you.

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Client Screening Tool

Backed by Research

Risk screening with Family DOORS has a proud, decade-long history of research and evaluation. With our academic partners, we have completed studies that show it works for our clients.


Family DOORS

The Family ‘Detection Of Overall Risk Screen’ (known as the DOORS) is an evidence-based universal screening framework for keeping families safe. The Family DOORS App is built from the original Family Law DOORS (McIntosh 2012).


How Can We Support You

For industry professionals, including family law practitioners, counsellors, psychologists and social workers.

Australian Institute of Social Relations

Australian Institute of Social Relations

The Australian Institute of Social Relations (RTO 102358) is the training division of Relationships Australia SA. We provide high-quality, accessible and cost-effective community services training for new and experienced learners.

South Australian Family Law Pathways Network

South Australian Family Law Pathways Network

The South Australian Family Law Pathways Network (SAFLPN) is a coordinated network of organisations and professionals fostering dialogue and collaboration between service providers to assist separating and separated families to access family law services.

AVERT Family Violence

AVERT Family Violence

An innovative training package for responding effectively to family violence. The training provides practical information for workers within the community services, health, family law and human services sectors to respond appropriately to family violence.

Relationships are the threads that connect us to each other and the world we all shape and share.