COVID-19 NOTICE    08 April 2020   

As our staff are working from home, we are shifting processes to our cloud-based work platform.  This means that we will be asking you to use our webforms instead of downloading documents and faxing them back to us once you've completed them. NOTE: If you wish, you can upload any documents supporting your referral using the web forms.

MAKING REFERRALS

We require a referral for all participants before they can use our services. This helps us to prioritise based on needs and capacity. 

When making a referral using the general webform, please check the box for the program (or programs) you want the person to be considered for, e.g. ISA, Counselling etc.

If you're referring to ISA or MASS, and the program finds we may be able to support the person or family concerned, we will send you an application form which captures further detail about the person’s situation.

If you're not sure about what to do, call us on 02 6230 6999 during office hours for more information about referrals and services available. Our staff can talk you through the process and make sure you find the assistance you need.

Referrals are reviewed every Friday, but if your matter is urgent, please send your referral form then follow up with a phone call to our office.

PROOF OF CONSENT

EveryMan requires proof that a client has consented to us exchanging information with third parties (family, community or government agency etc) This generally means that we receive a  consent form signed by the client first. If we don't have client consent, we don't disclose (except when required to by law).

COVID-19 issue:  As so many of us are working from home, access to equipment for attaching pdfs of signed documents is a real issue. Please note that the General and MASS/ISA consent webforms give two options for managing proof of consent. However, our first preference will be for a signed copy of the pdf, which you can download below.


 

COUNSELLING

Our counselling service is available for males of all ages, and for partners and families who need some help with supporting them. We welcome referrals from you (self-referral), others at home or in your family, and from workplaces and government and community-based providers (education, health, mental health, legal, drug and alcohol services etc). 

For Counselling Services or for other support requests not already covered above, please click here for our referral web form.

Consent to exchange information 

web form - click here

pdf form - click here and return using the information provided at the bottom of the form.


INDIGENOUS SUPPORT & ACCOMMODATION (ISA)

ISA programs provide supported accommodation for individuals and families, and outreach support to people referring themselves or a family member. For more information click here

Referrals from agencies:

Referrals to ISA can come to us from OneLink. For more information, you can email them at info@onelink.org.au or call 1800 176 468.  However, we also take referrals from other agencies and from people contacting us directly for support.

Please use the ISA application web form when making a referral. To access the form click here .

Referrals will be considered by EveryMan and forwarded to OneLink or actioned by us.  

Self-referral:

If you'd like to ask about support for yourself, please:

  • call our office on 6230 6999 during office hours Monday to Friday or 
  • use our general referral web form - click here

Consent to exchange information 

web form - click here

pdf form - click here and return using the information provided at the bottom of the form. 


MEN'S ACCOMMODATION & SUPPORT SERVICES (MASS) 

Please note: If you want to refer someone to  MASS for our supported accommodation programs, we require that referrals MUST come to us from OneLink, Canberra's centralised referral agency. Email them at info@onelink.org.au or call 1800 176 468.We are also able to provide outreach support to men at risk of homelessness.

Referral requests will be considered by EveryMan and either forwarded to OneLink or actioned by us.  Click here for our referral web form.

Consent to exchange information 

web form - click here

pdf form - click here and return using the information provided at the bottom of the form.


 PREVENTING VIOLENCE, MANAGING ANGER  group program (PVMA)

This 12 week group program is for men who are concerned about previous or potential for use of violence.  Whether you're a man who wants support for yourself or someone making a referral for someone else, you can use the web form link below or call us on 02 6230 6999 during office hours for more information.

Please  click here for our referral web form.

 Consent to exchange information 

web form - click here

pdf form - click here and return using the information provided at the bottom of the form.


WORKING WITH THE MAN (WWM)

Men can enter the WWM program in one of three ways: a court order or recommendation; referral from an ACT government agency or community organisation; self-referral. 

Please click here for the WWM referral web form.

Consent to exchange information (WWM only)

pdf form: click here and return using the information provided at the bottom of the form.