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Northern Rivers


Address:
5 Market Street
Lismore NSW

Phone: 02 6623 2750
Fax: 02 6623 2760


Opening Hours:

Mon–Fri: 9:00am–5:00pm

* Please note that the Children’s Contact Centre is open:

Mon–Fri: 9:00am–5:00pm
Sat: 9:00am–5:00pm
Sun: 9:00am–5:00pm
Weekday contacts available on a needs basis

Outreach Locations:
Ballina
Byron Bay
Casino
Mullumbimby
South Tweed Heads
Available Services:

Lismore:
  • Counselling
  • Family dispute resolution
  • Support for carers
  • Aboriginal services
  • Children’s Contact Service
  • Family Relationship Centre
  • Family Referral Service
  • Royal Commission Support Service
  • School services
  • Communities for Children partner – parent education
  • Employee Assistance Program
Casino:
  • Counselling
  • Family dispute resolution
Ballina & Casino:
  • Counselling
  • Family dispute resolution
Tweed Heads:
  • Family dispute resolution
Byron Bay:
  • Counselling

Upcoming program dates

My Kids and Me

Cost: Free
When: Mondays – 24 & 31 Oct, 7, 14, 21 & 28 Nov. 10am – 1pm.
Location: Interrelate, 5 Market St Lismore

Tuning into Kids

Cost: Free
When: Tuesdays – 25 Oct, 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 Nov. 10am – 1pm.
Location: Interrelate, 5 Market St, Lismore

Parents Not Partners

Cost: $150 ($90 concession per person)
When: Wednesdays – 19 & 26 Oct, 2 Nov. 9am – 4pm.
Location: Interrelate, 5 Market St Lismore

Hold Me Tight

Cost: $650 ($600 concession per couple) or $350 ($300 concession per individual)
When: Fridays – 18 & 25 Nov, 2 Dec. 9am – 5pm.
Location: Mullumbimby (venue to be advised)

Circle of Security

Cost: Free
When: Tuesdays – 23 Feb – 30 March 2017. 10am – 1pm.
Location: Interrelate Lismore
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Lismore Lantern Parade

Interrelate staff, with their family and friends, helped light up Lismore’s sky in the Lismore Lantern Parade on Saturday, 25 June 2016. Interrelate paraded The Wild Things, characters from the well-known children’s book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. The lanterns bring much joy and excitement to over 20,000 children and families in Lismore each year and Interrelate was proud to be part of the event.


Lismore Lantern Parade

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New Hold Me Tight Program

New to Interrelate is the Hold Me Tight program. Developed by Dr. Sue Johnson the program is specifically designed for couples to enhance their relationship. The program is based on Emotionally Focused Therapy and will assist couples to understand and strengthen their relationship, heal broken bonds and feel closer and more connected. The program will run at ACE Community College in Mullumbimby in June. Call 02 6623 2750 for more information.

hold me tight

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Dirty Laundry Day

Interrelate was part of the Domestic Violence Committee which coordinated the Dirty Laundry Day installation at the North Coast National Show in Lismore. The installation conveyed the message that family violence occurs in the home, behind the picket fence. The aim was to raise community awareness of domestic violence and provide information to the community on where to get support.
A similar Dirty Laundry Day installation will be provided at Lismore Shopping Square during the 16 Days of Action Against Domestic Violence.


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Planning for Disability Action Day

On 25th July 2014 Interrelate was involved in the Disability Action Day Planning day with Life without Barriers and Northern Rivers Social Development Council. The aim of the day was to set priorities for the Disability Action Group. Service representatives and consumers attended. The work plan developed will guide the direction in 2014/15 and guide the work of the Alliance (partners of Medicare Local, Northern NSW Health and Family and Community Services).

Shirley from DAISY, Leon from Interrelate and Julie from Interrelate.

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NAIDOC Week: Flag Raising Ceremony

On 7 July 2014, Interrelate attended the NAIDOC day official flag raising ceremony at Lismore TAFE. Local elders, Aboriginal Community members, the military, community services workers and the Mayor attended the ceremony. Tracey, Mereki and Penny from Interrelate were part of the organising group. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal people in our community and appreciate the contribution that Aboriginal people and soldiers have made to our community today and in the past.


NAIDOC Week- Flag Raising Ceremony

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