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Welcome to Relationships Australia Canberra & Region

Relationships Australia Canberra & Region is a member of the national Relationships Australia federation of eight state and territory organisations. We are an independent, not-for-profit organisation with no religious affiliations dedicated to helping people and their families live their lives fully, supported by healthy relationships.

We believe that everyone is entitled to positive, supportive and healthy relationships, in our personal lives or at work. Our journey through life is not always straightforward, and navigating the full range of relationships in our lives can be tough.  We are here to assist when relationships falter, or to assist in strengthening relationships at any time.

We are committed to supporting people and their families when they are vulnerable, and when they are facing a complex mix of issues.  All our services are available to people who have limited income and resources.

COVID-19 Update

We are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely and regularly review advice issued by the Australian Government and ACT/NSW Governments. In line with that advice, and in the interest of our clients’ and staff well being, we will continue to provide our services via telephone and online. Our outreach services and community engagement activity will remain suspended until it is safe for them to re-commence.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions in relation to service delivery options.

COVID-19 Symptom Checker

Healthdirect Australia has developed a COVID-19 Symptom Checker, an online self-guided tool to help people find out if they need to seek medical help.

As frontline medical staff, testing clinics and the National Coronavirus Helpline are overwhelmed with people anxious about their health letting people know that they can quickly assess their situation will help alleviate pressure on many fronts. The COVID-19 Symptom Checker includes questions about travel history, contact with known cases and the clinical symptoms associated with COVID-19, including fever, sore throat, cough and shortness of breath. It provides people with advice on what they should do next, such as calling ahead before a visit to a GP or emergency department.


What's New

Care August/September e-newsletter

Care Financial Counselling Service & the Consumer Law Centre of the ACT have released their latest newsletter.


Suicide prevention discussion

Our CEO, Alison Brook, is speaking with Kerrie, one of our coronal counsellors, about suicide prevention. The video is located on our home page.


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