Services available to you which may assist with various issues.
Phone: 6287 4393
A community organisation providing information, referral and advocacy for hearing impaired, deaf people.
Phone: 6248 8577
Offers assistance to migrants, refugees and humanitarian entrants.
Phone: 6257 4005
Supports people with disabilities in the ACT to assert their rights.
Phone: 02 6257 2855
Counselling and support for LGBTIQ people
Phone: 6162 1924
Supports intersex, trans and gender diverse people.
Phone: 6247 4580
Provides a range of services for vision impaired or for people who have difficulty seeing.
Phone: 6247 2525
|Confidential counselling and advocacy for women and children who have experienced any form of sexual violence recently or in the past.|
Hours: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
Phone: 6122 7191
The ACT Coronial Counselling Service provides free support and counselling to anyone affected by a death being investigated by the ACT Coroners Court.
Phone: 02 8833 3611
SMS: 0427 891 774
Provides advocacy, courses for hard of hearing and deaf people, AUSLAN resources and AUSLAN interpreting services.
Hours: 7 days / 24 hours service
Phone: 6280 0900
DVCS supports all people affected by domestic/family violence. This includes people who are subjected to violence and abuse and people who use violence and abuse.
Everyman (Formerly Canberra Mens Centre)
Address: Griffin Centre, Genge Street, Canberra Centre
Phone: 6230 6999
Confidential conversations with experienced counsellors focused on men and their families.
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Address: Gratton Court, Waniassa (located behind the PCYC in Erindale)
Phone: 6296 8900
Gugan Gulwan is an Aboriginal youth centre providing a wide range of youth and family support programs.
Indigenous Support Services
Key Contact Numbers
Galambany Circle Sentencing Court – Coordinator - 6205 2762
Restorative Justice – Aboriginal Guidance Partner - 6207 3992
ACT Corrective Services – Aboriginal Client Support Officer - 6207 0888
Bimberri Youth Justice Centre – Aboriginal Family Engagement Officer - 6205 9051
After Hours Bail Support Service for young people – 1800 178 277
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community bus service - 6205 0676
An independent support, education and policy development organisation, by and for people with intersex qualities or traits.
Phone: 1300 789 978
A national telephone support, information and referral service for men with family and relationship concerns
Address: Unit 27, 27 Mulley St Holder
Phone: 6287 2226
Provides a range of support services to young men in Canberra.
Phone: 1800 007 007
The National Debt Helpline (NDH) is a not-for-profit service that helps people in Australia tackle their debt problems.
Phone: 1800 880 052
A free, independent and confidential service for report abuse and neglect of people with disability.
Address: ACT Magistrates Court, Knowles Pl, Canberra
Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 12:30pm
Phone: 6257 4866
Prisoners Aid provides a Court Assistance and Referral Service (CARS) at the ACT Magistrates' Court offering support and a referral service to people charged with offences in the ACT Courts, along with their families. Prisoners Aid does not provide legal advice.
Address: 15 Napier Close, Deakin
Phone: 6122 7100 or 1300 364 277
|Relationship Australia provides a range of counselling, mediation and education services. Including relationship and family counselling, gambling counselling, specialist family violence counselling, post separation services, trauma support services, services for aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people, elder relationship services.|
Phone: 13 72 58
Provides assistance in a variety of ways including financial counselling, accommodation and homelessness support and food.
Phone: 131 812
Can provide assistance in a variety of ways including direct assistance, emergency housing and homelessness support, food, domestic and family violence. For direct assistance contact
Address: Level 2, 11 Moore Street, Canberra City
Hours: 9:00 – 4:30pm Monday to Friday
Phone: 1800 8222 72 or (02) 6205 2056
Victim Support ACT provides support and information for persons who have been a victim of crime in the ACT.
Address: 1 Iluka Street Narrabundah
Phone: (02) 6295 9600
A volunteer organisation who provide practical assistance to victims of crime.
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm
Address: 63 Boolimba Crescent, Narrabundah
Phone: 6284 6222 or 1800 110 290 or 1800 120 859
Phone: 1300 422 567 (after hours assistance).
Winnunga provides a wide range of health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the ACT. Community transport to Winnunga is available by telephoning Winnunga.