The CMRH has qualified multicultural counsellors, social workers, and health professionals who support clients with a range of complex and challenging issues, including family violence, substance abuse, gambling, and mental and financial issues. In addition, the Centre plays a pivotal role in coordinating the care of clients who often struggle with English barriers.
This program helps provide information on the relationship, social and educational difficulties and issues and work with people to help them identify and define their emotional issues through cognitive behaviour therapy, interpersonal therapy, and other talking therapies.
Our range of services design provides support to single parents, families, children, and young people.
This program implements through education, capacity building and case management activities aim to:
- Establish and strengthen family relationships and facilitate social life, interaction, and outing opportunities
- Eliminate family violence through prevention strategies
- Educate and build the capacity of the community members to identify and respond to at-risk and yet at-risk families
- Increase campaign awareness and knowledge of factors contributing to family violence and breakdown
Youth and young people support
Our service provides case management, counselling, and group support. The program involves young people between the ages of 12 to 25 years, including health wellbeing sessions and mental health support.
Our program provides information, research, knowledge, and support that deliver early intervention approaches. In addition, the Centre works with the community’s health providers to improve screening, minimise gambling harm, mental health and wellbeing of our participants or clients and their families and friends.
Individuals who are socially isolated, vulnerable, and disadvantaged. People who are not qualified for the NDIS but suffer from severe mental health with ages 13 and above.
For more information about the program, please get in touch with us through:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 03 8382 2125