Young people can face all sorts of pressures – including problems at school, with friends or at home.
connectEDspace is a website by Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV), dedicated to young people to help provide all the information they need to deal with the stuff they go through each day.
Aboriginal Family and Relationship Support
RAV provides support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and individuals to help strengthen family relationships.
Counselling provides an opportunity to talk with a professionally trained person to discuss couple issues, conflicts with friends, relationship breakdown, parenting, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, grief, sexual problems, childhood sexual abuse, stress and work related tensions and disputes.
Would you like to work for us? Relationships Australia Victoria (RAV) is a leading and valued provider of specialist family and relationship services. We are a community-based not-for-profit organisation, with no religious affiliations.
As schools and families across regional Victoria prepare for a staggered return to onsite learning in term 4, as part of the Victorian Government’s Third Step restrictions, it's understandable if you or your children are experiencing mixed feelings about the change.
Just as the transition to learning from home took some time for children and families to get used to, so too may the adjustment back to school.
We’ve put together some tips to help parents, guardians and carers to acknowledge the changes and talk with your children about how they’re feeling about returning to face-to-face learning, using these four steps.