Relationships Australia's quick survey

Relationships Australia offers a wide range of relationship support services across Australia. The survey questions are based on issues raised by people who use our services, or are otherwise likely to be of interest to them.

We are putting these questions to you so that:

  • We can get a better understanding of your views; and
  • You can get a sense of what other people think about an issue.
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Questions

Children's Contact Services (CCSs) provide contact arrangements for children whose parents are separated. They may be used where anger, hostility, violence and fear make it difficult for parents to manage contact and shared care arrangements, or where there are other reasons why unsupervised contact with a parent may be unsafe for children (e.g. parental mental health, drug and alcohol concerns).

The Children's Contact Service enables contact arrangements to occur in a relaxed, safe and neutral environment for both children and parents.

Q1: Before starting this survey, did you know about Children's Contact Services?
Q2: Do you think that a child should have contact with a parent where contact may pose a risk to a child's safety?
Q3: Do you think that a child should have contact with a parent where contact may pose a risk to the safety of a child's caregiver?
Q4: Should government have oversight of all facilities that offer supervised contact and/or handovers between separated parents?
Q5: Which of the following services should be offered by Children's Contact Services? Tick all that apply.
Q6: In relation to Children's Contact Services overseen by government, what standards should the government monitor. Tick all that apply.
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