Family & Relationship Services Australia (FRSA) is pleased to confirm Minister Andrews has accepted our invitation to address FRSA members at the Forum and meet with a group of representatives as part of the Parliamentary Briefing Day.
FRSA is urging the Government to maintain funding to vital family support services despite the tight fiscal environment. Click here to view alert
In consultation with the Member Reference Panel, FRSA has developed a Pre-Budget Submission. The submission outlines key priorities for the family and relationship services sector in 2014, including funding maintenance; balancing universal and targeted services; red tape reduction; and data collection reform.
FRSA welcomes vouchers to help families manage life cycle changes
FRSA welcomes today’s announcement that the Government will trial $200 vouchers, encouraging couples to use relationship counselling, education, parenting and financial counselling programs. FRSA also support the equality of access for same-sex and de-facto couples. Click here to view media release