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Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

What are the services provided?

Relationships Australia Canberra & Region provides free support services for survivors of child sexual abuse who take part in or are affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

We know that hearing about the Royal Commission’s work will be difficult for people who have been affected by child sexual abuse, and speaking with the Commission will be very challenging for survivors. It may be the first time people have spoken about the abuse, and is likely to bring back memories that are painful.

Some of the services provided include:

  • helping you to cope with the feelings you are experiencing
  • providing information and advice about the Royal Commission process
  • debriefing and support after attending the Royal Commission
  • supporting you at the Royal Commission hearings where required

For more information about The Royal Commission you can go to their website or download our brochure.

Who is this service for?

This service is available for:

  • Individuals surviving child sex abuse in an organisational setting, their partners or families
  • Individuals and other family members affected through their engagement or by the Royal Commission process
  • Employees of organisations where abuse has occurred, who are affected through their engagement with the Royal Commission

Where are these services provided?

These services are offered in our Canberra and Wagga Wagga offices and some outreach locations.

Get more information about locations here.

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