The Family Relationship Advice Line 1800 050 321 is a national telephone service established to assist families affected by relationship or separation issues.
The Family Relationship Centres provide a source of information and confidential advice for families at all stages in their life. Whether you are starting a relationship, wanting to make your relationship stronger, or having relationship difficulties, the Centres can help.
Family Relationships Online provides all families (whether together or separated) with information and advice about family relationship issues. It also allows families to find out about a range of services that can assist them to manage relationship issues, including agreeing on appropriate arrangements for children after parents separate.
Men and Family Relationships Services, administered by the Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, work alongside men to assist them to manage a range of relationship issues with partners, ex-partners and children.
HealthInsite topic page linking to information on men's health issues such as diet and overweight, prostate cancer, sexual health and mental health.
HealthInsite provides links to some of Australia's most authoritative health organisations and their websites.
Department of Veterans' Affairs site provides helpful information on health and lifestyle issues and ailments that are common in the veteran community and who to contact for further help.
Supports men who are dealing with family and relationship difficulties, particularly surrounding family break-down or separation.
Phone the Pregnancy, Birth and Baby service 1800 882 436 for support relating to pregnancy, birthing, post-natal care and parenting in the first 12 months. Service operates 24 hours a day.
Information about prostate cancer produced by the Department of Veterans' Affairs to assist with understanding some of the complex issues and management options for men.
Information and links to books, publications, websites, DVDs and other resources to support families going through separation.