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Do you ever feel parenting is just tough, Your children don’t listen to you, about to have your first child and your freaking out, both parents just don’t agree on parenting style, just don’t feel you are doing the right thing, wanting to know how to support your family, just tyred of parenting, tired of being told what not to do, just need adult conversation, want to get connected with culture, just need to let off some steam, want to be a better person, arguing is getting worse, money is a stress.
REFOCUS can support you in all different areas all it take is a Call/Text/Email from you and REFOCUS will be there to support you through lives challenges by Redirecting and Empowering Families through Culturally Unique Services.
REFOCUS was founded in 2010 to specialise in providing services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities.
Our main focus is our children and ensuring that they and their parents receive needed services to assist in creating resilient, safe and happy environments.
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“Anyone who uses this service would benefit from them. They are brilliant. They took culture into account and the support around my culture was to the highest of standard.”
“The assistance that I received… has made the world of difference to mine and my daughters life.”
“With the help and support of REFOCUS… we have a stronger family unit.” “Our voices and opinions were listened to and we felt valued and a part of he while process.” “They made us feel empowered by the knowledge they taught us and the strategies they taught us to put into place.”
“For me personally the REFOCUS team have done many things. They guided me when I was lost they empowered me when I was weak. They gave me a voice when mine was absent.” “I have never felt like there was a question that was too small or stupid; I have never felt out of place with any of the workers.” “Without REFOCUS there to help Indigenous families, many families would be lost.” “I don’t know where I would be today without them.”
“Without the service I would have never ventured out and I wouldn’t be the woman I am now.”