We aim to provide high quality and comprehensive services that assist families and children to overcome challenges, grow and thrive.
A range of services to support children, young people and their families
A specialist support service for people affected by forced adoption
We offer counselling for relationships in all their aspects.
Also known as mediation, this service is provided to assist couples who are separating to resolve their family law disputes, including conflicts over child care, child support, financial arrangements and property settlement. Parenting plans or agreements may be made in the FDR process. We also offer child-inclusive and enhanced child-focused FDR which recognise the importance of focusing on the needs of children during and after separation.
We provide 4 of the 15 Family Relationship Centres in Victoria. These centres an initiative of the Australian Government, and offer a range of services and programs, which are aimed at families at all stages of their life.
We provide sensitive, supportive and professional family violence services across Victoria. We offer a range of counselling and dispute resolution services, group programs and referral options.
We offer a range of family and relationship services for men including counselling, men's groups, FDR, assistance on relationship and parenting matters and education courses on relationship issues and personal growth.
We believe in strengthening families and providing services that cater to community needs. We understand that traditional family structures are diverse. Our staff endeavour to work with members of diverse communities to provide information and assistance on a whole range of family issues.
We offer group work and post-separation courses.
As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), RAV provides quality higher education, vocational training and professional development in a range of areas relating to relationship counselling, FDR, mediation and relationship education.
Relationships Australia Victoria has been funded to provide support to people contemplating or going through the National Redress Scheme. Redress Support Services are available for people who have experienced sexual abuse as children (under the age of 18 years) in institutional contexts before the commencement of the Redress Scheme on 1 July 2018.
Counselling and mediation services to support families who need help negotiating the often complex issues related to aging.
We support businesses at all levels, from developing organisation-wide strategies to assisting individual employees and their families through consultation, counselling, dispute resolution and training programs.