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Sydney Aboriginal Family Support Service is dedicated to providing comprehensive support through our team of highly trained and professional mentors. We understand the importance of creating opportunities for growth, addressing concerns, and enhancing the safety of children and young people within a client-centred systemic framework.

Our Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal mentors, comprising both female and male professionals, come from diverse backgrounds such as education, law, information technology, construction, and Eldership. With their deep understanding of cultural nuances and professional expertise, they offer guidance and mentorship tailored to the unique needs and aspirations of individuals and families.

Through our client-centred approach, we prioritise the well-being and safety of children and young people. Our mentors actively engage with clients, actively listening to their worries and concerns, and collaboratively developing strategies to address them. By fostering a safe and supportive environment, we empower children and young people to navigate challenges, build resilience, and unlock their full potential.

We adopt a systemic perspective, recognising that the well-being of children and young people is interconnected with the broader family and community dynamics. Our mentors work collaboratively with families, professionals, and relevant systems to create positive change and enhance the safety and stability of the children and young people we serve.

At Sydney Aboriginal Family Support Service, our commitment to a client-centred systemic approach means that we prioritise the unique needs, strengths, and cultural identity of each individual and family. By harnessing the power of mentorship, we provide a platform for growth, resilience, and empowerment.


If you are seeking mentorship and support that embraces your journey, values your concerns, and champions the safety of children and young people, we encourage you to connect with our team today. Together, we can create a brighter future, where Aboriginal individuals and families thrive within culturally responsive and supportive environments.

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