RAV provides support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and individuals to help strengthen family relationships.
Counselling gives you the opportunity to talk with a trained professional to discuss issues that are concerning you or causing you worry, including couple issues, conflict with friends, relationships breakdown, parenting issues, family violence, anxiety, depression, grief and trauma, sexual problems, childhood sexual abuse, stress, work-related tensions and disputes. Counselling can help you to create your own solutions, to strengthen and repair relationships.
Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV) acknowledges Victorian Aboriginal people as the traditional owners and custodians of the land, seas and waterways and pay our respect to Elders, both past and present....
Important health information and links for Aboriginal community.
Victorian Government’s coronavirus
website for current information and updates:
If you are concerned call the coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398 (24 hours).
During this time the wellbeing of our staff, clients and the wider community is our priority.
Important information regarding RAV services
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Quick links to our services below:
Many services are provided free or at a modest charge. Any fees charged, are based on your ability to pay.
No referral is required; simply telephone us for an appointment. Day and evening appointments are available at all offices.
Ballarat: 03) 5337 9222
Berwick Family Relationship Centre: (03) 8768 4111
Boronia: (03) 9725 9964
Cranbourne: (03) 5990 1900
Cranbourne North: (03) 5911 5400
Greensborough: (03) 9431 7777
Greensborough Family Relationship Centre: (03) 9404 7800
Kew: (03) 9261 8700
Melbourne Family Relationship Centre: (03) 8625 3666
Shepparton: (03) 5820 7444
Sunshine: (03) 8311 9222
Sunshine Family Relationship Centre: (03) 9313 0444
Traralgon: (03) 5175 9500
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors are warned that this website may contain images/voices of deceased persons which may be distressing for some people.