Family Counselling Project

This Project targets children and young people aged up to 17 years who are vulnerable, disadvantaged, homeless or those at risk of disadvantage or homelessness as well as their families. It also provides support to young parents up to the age of 25. The Project focuses on assisting young people to face issues causing problems in their lives and will work towards reconciliation where family relationships have broken down. The Project is flexible and uses a number of methods to deliver services including case management.

This Program provides:

  • assessment
  • counselling and support - individual, family and group
  • mediation
  • conflict resolution
  • telephone counselling and support
  • information and referral
  • advocacy
  • liaison with other services
  • living and social skills education

Hours and referral information:

Hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 4.30pm


Contact: (02) 4221 7766 or (02) 4295 8777


Family Services

17 Staff St
Wollongong, New South Wales 2500

Family Services

33 Pioneer Dr
Oak Flats, New South Wales 2529

Funding Information:

This Project is funded by the NSW Government by the Department of Human Services, Community Services (FaCS) through the Targeted Early Intervention Program.