Your rights as a victim of crime!

Enough is Enough supports your rights as a victim of crime. We understand what you are going through and we can support you through it. We have partnered with the Department of Justice and Communities to provide you with the support that you need.  Contact our office on 9542 4029 to seek how our staff […]

Victims Services

Enough is Enough works closely with the Department of Communities and Justice who ensures all victims of violence are cared for to the best as possible. Through the Victims Service Scheme, we are able to provide our clients; Counselling is available to primary, secondary victims and family members of the victim of an act of […]

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Offender Programs

Community Corrections Enough is Enough has an established relationship with the Department of Communities and Justice, we accept referrals directly from Community Corrections offices based in the Sutherland Shire and Greater Sydney area. We offer a range of programs for offender rehabilitation including: Stress and Anger Management Program – an education and practical skills program […]

Psychology and Counselling

Enough is Enough is proud to continue to deliver mental health services. We provide a professional service with fully qualified psychologists and social workers, both male and female. We facilitate group or individual, face to face, phone counselling and more currently telehealth services. Enough is Enough prides itself on servicing all members of society and […]

Contact Us

Head Office: 7-9 White Street Jannali 2226 Postal Address: P.O. Box 799 Sutherland, New South Wales, 1499, Australia Phone: (02) 9542 4029 In case of an emergency call: 000 Other key contacts: Kids help line: 1800 55 1800 Life Line: 13 11 14 1800 Respect: 1800 737 732 Men’s Health Line: 1800 011 511 Victims […]

Who we are

Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement Inc. was established in 1994 after the murder of Michael Marslew. He was a university student who was gunned down during a robbery at Pizza Hut, Jannali NSW. His father, Ken Marslew – through the devastation of losing his son – saw the need for a holistic approach for […]