About the Family Connections Program

Family Connections is a collaborative program between Conflict Resolution Services (CRS) and Multicultural Hub (mHub), with a focus on providing inclusive support to young people and their families in addressing family conflicts, enhancing well-being, and reducing the risk of youth homelessness.

The program works with all young people aged 15-24 and their families with a focus on the multicultural community to create an inclusive and accessible service.

This initiative places a strong emphasis on early intervention, aiming to create a supportive environment that empowers young people and their families to build stronger relationships. Whether through family counselling, communication coaching, or family mediation, the program’s goal is to reduce the risk of youth homelessness and nurture the overall welfare of all family members.

    Key features of the Program


    The program is free and open to young people aged 15-24 and their families.

    Tailored Support

    Offering cultural sensitivity, trauma-informed practices, youth empowerment, and a collaborative, family-centered approach.


    Providing family mediation and preparation services.


    Focusing on early and therapeutic intervention.

    Counselling and Coaching

    Offering family counselling, communication coaching, and relationship improvement.

    Reunification Focus

    With the primary aim of preventing youth homelessness.

    Family Well-Being

    Enhancing family well-being through conflict reduction.


    Emphasising outcomes and results.

    Anyone who wants to access the program for themselves or someone they know can call 02 6189 0590, email familyandyouth@crs.org.au or complete the referral form below.

    Do you know someone who needs support?

    Complete our Referral Form below and we will get in touch.

    Are you in need of support?

    Complete our Self Referral Form below and we will get in touch.

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