Free call 1800 272 831
Quick Exit
New research project seeking to understand how to better support parents of children who have experienced sexual abuse

A new study is looking into how to better support the parents of children who have been sexually abused. The research project, Examining the Factors Influencing Posttraumatic Growth in Parents of Children who have Experienced…

read more
Talking to your pre-teens and teens about the issue of online porn: How to start the conversation and why

Young people are accessing pornography from a younger age and more frequently than we may like to think. Gone are the days of the magazine stuffed under the mattress – teens (and pre-teens!) are being…

read more
BRAVEHEARTS’ MILLION DOLLAR ‘MOWERMAN’ CLAUDE HARVEY TOURS QLD TO KEEP AUSSIE KIDS SAFE

Claude ‘Mowerman’ Harvey is a real-life superhero for Australian kids spending his retirement trekking nationwide spreading awareness of child safety and raising funds for Australia’s leading child protection organisation, Bravehearts. This June, 74-year-old Mr Harvey…

read more
fisiocrem on board to support Bravehearts’ 777 Marathon runners

Across Australia right now, a dedicated group of men and women are in training to conquer the country’s mightiest marathon – Bravehearts’ 777. There to support them every step of the way will be fisiocrem,…

read more
Teaching Kids to keep safe in the top end

MEET BRAVEHEARTS’ CAIRNS EDUCATION TEAM Hailing from tropical Far North Queensland, Narelle and Donna are by far our most intrepid educators! With support from rural airliner Rex, our Cairns team’s jurisdiction extends from outback rural…

read more
MEET OUR GOLD COAST & NORTHERN NSW EDUCATION TEAM TEACHING KIDS HOW TO KEEP SAFE

Educating Gold Coast and Northern NSW kids about personal safety are Cassia and Erana. These two vibrant educators visit primary schools and childcare centres across the region, travelling from the beach, to the beautiful hinterland…

read more
MEET THE DEDICATED EDUCATORS KEEPING GEELONG KIDS SAFE!

Meet the dynamic trio of educators teaching personal safety skills to the children of Geelong, Victoria, through Bravehearts’ Ditto’s Keep Safe Adventure Show. With a combined 70 years of teaching experience between them, Mandy, Chris and…

read more
Instead of chocolate buy a bunny for an abused or neglected child

This Easter, instead of buying chocolates, buy a cuddly bunny for a child who has been hospitalised as a result of neglect or abuse. Thanks to charity champions, The Change Angels, when you buy a…

read more
MEET OUR TASSIE EDUCATION TEAM

Jeanette and Aaron are passionate about the work they do for Bravehearts, travelling around our southern-most state teaching children personal safety skills as part of Ditto’s Keep Safe Adventure Show. “Children and parents are so…

read more
Claude ‘Mowerman’ Harvey embarks on South Aus tour towards $2 million

Claude ‘Mowerman’ Harvey tours South Australia this month in a bid to reach $2 million raised for child protection charity Bravehearts. The 74 year-old champion for children begins his tour in the SA town of…

read more

Dear valued clients,

The health, safety and wellbeing of our clients is, and always has been Bravehearts highest priority. The situation regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) locally and around the world is changing daily. Considering the latest government directives in response to COVID-19, and in looking forward as far as is possible, we are making changes to the way we deliver our support services. Bravehearts have moved to a position of contactless service delivery. All regular sessions and support services will now be conducted via telephone and our E-Health platform.

Bravehearts will continue to provide counselling and support services to all existing and new clients.  

The decision to proceed in this way has been made to safeguard the health, safety and wellbeing of our clients, staff and that of the community. The service changes are temporary. We will advise you of further changes.

We continue to accept and action new referrals for all services. Anyone wanting to access our services can call Bravehearts on 1800 272 831. People can still be referred, by calling, or by filling out an online referral form. We anticipate having a significant online and telephone capability to support clients and the community through this time.

If you have any questions about the changes outlined above, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

We appreciate your understanding during this uncertain time.