Support & Counselling
Community help and support services are available for residents in Kingston.
Alcohol and Drugs
Help and support for those experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs.
Support and help services for carers.
Feeling safe in our community, or knowing how to make our home a better place to live, work or play in, is important. Kingston City Council has a number of programs and activities which help us work towards that goal.
Crisis support and information on mental health issues.
Support and services for people with a disability.
Education, Employment and Training
Education, employment and training help and support services.
Council's gaming policy aims to minimise the negative impacts of gambling in the community.
Crisis accommodation and housing support services.
Legal and financial information and support.
Support and counselling service for anyone with questions about their identity and/or sexuality.
Offering counselling, support, information and education on Mental Health.
Mentoring program, counselling and case management.
Prevention of Family Violence
Violence perpetrated to control someone known to the perpetrator is often referred to as 'domestic' or 'family' violence. Kingston City Council aims to prevent these forms of abuse.
A range of counselling and support services.
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Counselling, education and information service about sexual health issues.
Violence and Abuse
Support and advice for victims of crime.
General help and support services for young people in Kingston