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At Relationships Australia, we believe healthy relationships are essential for the wellbeing of individuals, children, families and communities. We remain committed to social justice, inclusion and the right for people in all their diversity to enjoy healthy, safe and dignified relationships. We offer services that reflect this commitment. Our services are divided into 4 categories: Counselling, Separation, Support and Education.

Please use the icon categories below to view our services in more detail .

Relationship Counselling

Supporting individuals, couples & families with strategies to deal with everyday life issues.

Gambling Help

A free service providing information & support to individuals & families affected by gambling.

Rainbow Counselling Service

A specialised counselling service supporting people who identify as lesbian, gay, bi, trans or intersex (LGBTI) or those questioning their gender identity or sexual orientation. The service also welcomes family and allies of LGBTI.

Victims Counselling and Support Service

The Victims Counselling and Support Service is a counselling and support service provided to Queensland residents who have been personally affected by crime, either directly or indirectly .

Services offered include:

  • Face to face counselling and support at various Queensland locations as listed below
  • Telephone counselling and support throughout Queensland
  • Information
  • Referrals to appropriate services

The Victims Counselling and Support Service (VCSS) can be contacted throughout Queensland on 1300 139 703. This contact number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for information, referral and counselling appointments. 

Domestic and Family Violence Prevention

Providing a comprehensive range of counselling and support services for people affected by domestic and family violence and those who use violence within their families.

RAQ Royal Commission Services

Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) will provide a supported case management approach for each individual community member who has been affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Response to Child Sexual Abuse.

Indigenous Community Links

Linking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and their families to support services within the community.

Family Support Service

Delivering a range of free services to families with children aged between 0 – 18. Working with you to improve the safety and well being of your family.

Referral for Active Intervention

Working with you to improve the safety and well being of your family.

Youth Support Coordinators

A free and confidential service for students who can access a community based agency in a school setting and is aimed at reducing the risk of disengagement from education and/or future employment.

The Children’s Contact Service

Providing safe and positive contact arrangements for children whose parents are separated.

The Family Relationship Centre

Improving outcomes through information, community connections, education and specialised support services for families experiencing difficulties and change.

Parenting Orders Program

Supporting separated parents to focus on the best interests of their children, reduce conflict and improve co-parenting.

Family Dispute Resolution

Supporting separating parties to respectfully negotiate parenting, property and financial issues following separation.

Supporting Children after Separation

Supporting Children after Separation, also known as the Rebound service, is here to support children to make sense of their parents’ separation and to adapt to changes in the family.

Child Consultancy

A component of Family Dispute Resolution designed to assist families to focus on and support their children through family separation.

Family Dispute Resolution for One

Mediation is a mutual and collaborative problem solving exercise for parties or parents to resolve particular issues.

However, sometimes the other party may not be willing to participate. Family Dispute Resolution for One is an innovation based on Problem Solving for One - PS-1. An experienced mediator will work with you to see what else can be done about the situation you find yourself in and what the next steps might be.  



Supporting people to form, maintain and /or improve their relationships through education courses, information sessions and skills training.

Courses include:

Professional Training and Development 

Supporting human service workers and other professionals to develop specialist skills to enhance their practice. 

Community Education 

Service delivery for group work, industry liaison and networking.