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Restore: Victorian Redress Counselling Service

The Restore Consortium was established in 2018 as a result of the Victorian Governments participation in the National Redress Scheme that was set up following the 2013-2017 Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Restore is a counselling and cultural healing service for people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse in Victoria, and have accepted an offer of counselling and psychological care from the National Redress Scheme.

Through a central contact point, Restore can link you to one of seventeen organisations in over 120 locations across Victoria that best suits your needs.

Care Leavers Australiasia Network

(CLAN) CLAN is a specialist service run by Care Leavers & all staff are Care Leaver informed. We offer support advocacy & counselling for all family members, assist with records requests, publish a bi-monthly newsletter & also have a library.

drummond street services

drummond street services provides Restore counselling and advocacy for survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. We take an intersectional lens when working with diverse groups of clients, we also highly value peer led and specialist whole of family approach.

Ngarra Jarra Noun (VACCA)

Ngarra Jarra Noun offers a culturally safe support and healing service according to the needs of Aboriginal survivors. We believe that cultural healing and connection are critical to the ongoing wellbeing of Aboriginal survivors.

Victorian Centres Against Sexual Assault (CASA)

South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA) – lead agency for Restore for the Victorian Centres Against Sexual Assault (CASA). There are 14 CASAs across the state that offer specialist counselling, advocacy and other support services to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse and their families.

When you contact Restore we will provide you with your counselling and cultural healing options, so you can decide what best suits you. Please also have your Redress letter of offer handy.

If you have an existing counsellor and/or Aboriginal cultural healing provider, please contact Restore to discuss continuing these arrangements.

If you find it difficult to hear or speak, you can contact us through the National Relay Service:1800 555 660 or relayservice.gov.au

If you require an interpreter, please contact the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 or at tisnational.gov.au and ask them to contact Restore on your behalf.

A complaint or compliment form is available at restore.casa.org.au

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