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Operates in Australia and Oceania

Companion House

  • Services offered
  • Immigration and Legal Services
  • Temporary Relocation
  • Trauma Services
  • Target demographic
  • Survivors of Torture and Trauma
  • People Living in Oceania

Guidelines of assistance

If you would like to inquire about the IAAAS service in the ACT region, please call Companion House on 6251 4550 during office hours, or use our Contact Us form and mark it Attn Loan Freeman for more information.

Description

Companion House provides assistance to survivors of torture and trauma. Those in need of medical or counseling services in Australia are invited to contact the organization for help. Migration advice is also available for asylum seekers.

Last updated Jan 03, 2020
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