connectEDspace - support for young people

Young people can face all sorts of pressures – including problems at school, with friends or at home.
connectEDspace is a website by Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV), dedicated to young people to help provide all the information they need to deal with the stuff they go through each day.

Aboriginal Family and Relationship Support


RAV provides support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and individuals to help strengthen family relationships.

Counselling provides an opportunity to talk with a professionally trained person to discuss couple issues, conflicts with friends, relationship breakdown, parenting, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, grief, sexual problems, childhood sexual abuse, stress and work related tensions and disputes.

visit deadlyrav.com.au

 

 

Humankind: Living better together

29 October 2015

Humankind provides relationship information, support and resources appropriate for people living with a chronic illness and for the families, friends and practitioners that support them. 
“All couples experience hard times, though living with a chronic illness or with a partner who is chronically ill can have a dramatic impact on your relationship,” Alison Brook, National Executive Officer Relationships Australia said. 
“When dealing with chronic illness relationship issues are often overlooked, however the research tells us that good relationship health is fundamental to overall wellbeing. Working to improve your most important relationships can lead to better health outcomes. This is what the Humankind website aims to help people do,” Ms Brook said.
The name Humankind comes from the notion that it is human to experience chronic illness and it is natural for humans to want to help each other when times are tough.  Being kind is the corner stone to healthy and long lasting relationships.  The message from Humankind is to be kind to yourself and others.
Humankind was developed by Relationships Australia with the assistance of a Health Access Grant from Medtronic, a global leader in medical technology.

Relationships Australia recently launched a new website to support people living with chronic illness and their loved ones to achieve positive and respectful relationships.

Humankind provides relationship information, support and resources appropriate for people living with a chronic illness and for the families, friends and practitioners that support them.

“All couples experience hard times, though living with a chronic illness or with a partner who is chronically ill can have a dramatic impact on your relationship,” Alison Brook, National Executive Officer Relationships Australia said.

“When dealing with chronic illness relationship issues are often overlooked, however the research tells us that good relationship health is fundamental to overall wellbeing. Working to improve your most important relationships can lead to better health outcomes. This is what the Humankind website aims to help people do,” Ms Brook said.

The name Humankind comes from the notion that it is human to experience chronic illness and it is natural for humans to want to help each other when times are tough.  Being kind is the corner stone to healthy and long lasting relationships.  The message from Humankind is to be kind to yourself and others.

Humankind was developed by Relationships Australia with the assistance of a Health Access Grant from Medtronic, a global leader in medical technology.

Visit the Humankind website at www.humankind-relationships.com.au