Parent-Adolescent Relationship Support Service - Broadmeadows

The Parents-Adolescents Relationship Support Service aims to address the problem of intergenerational conflict in the community for families from migrant and refugee backgrounds.

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This service aims to empower families who are experiencing conflicts with their teenage children, providing them with the required knowledge and support strategies to resolve the conflict.

The Parents-Adolescents Relationship Support Service is an initiative of the Family Relationship Centre Broadmeadows.

What we can offer:

This service provides individual support to parents, which includes face-to-face meetings in order to understand the nature of the conflict. This may require multiple meetings with the concerned parent(s).

Once the Family Relationship Centre Practitioner has an understanding of the situation they will provide information and recommendations to help improve communication between the parent(s) and adolescent, and help to strengthen their relationship.  

Who is eligible?

This service is for families from migrant and refugee backgrounds who are experiencing challenges in dealing with their adolescent children.

The service is primarily for families living within the Victorian local government area of Hume and surrounding areas.

Referrals for families who live in areas outside the northern region of Melbourne will be considered on case by case basis.

How to access this service:

For further information and referral please contact Khairy Majeed, Senior Cultural Advisor at Family Relationship Centre Broadmeadows on (03) 9351 3700 or khairy.majeed@mackillop.org.au.

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