Enough is Enough provides psychology and counselling, as well as developing and delivering educational programs to groups and organisations. Enough is Enough participates in the planning of numerous community events such as the Sutherland Shire Annual Walk Against Domestic Violence.
Enough is Enough provides a variety of programs and strategies designed to assist in the reduction of both the causes and effects of violence in the community. Part of our core statement is reform by education and teaching an understanding of the alternatives to violence as a solution.
We offer programs that are suitable for schools, correction facilities, juvenile justice facilities and workplaces. Further our staff work collaboratively with PCYC to deliver sections of the Traffic Offenders Intervention Program. In-house programs are tailored to our clients and include providing and liaising with key services which can improve their quality of life, including NSW State Revenue and Oz Harvest.
Our schools’ programs are clinically approved by our in-house clinicians. We currently offer for schools and small group young adults:
Rounded – respectful relationships education program
Lit – drug and alcohol responsibility program
Clear – mental health awareness and education
AANDI – LGBTIQA+ Awarenss and inclusion program
Solutions – anti-bullying and cyber safety program
‘Your Life Your Responsibility’ -This program focuses on personal responsibility, overcoming adversity, bullying behaviours, resilience, maintaining self-control, facing fear and building inner strength. We challenge young people to understand what it means to live your life to the full.
All programs can be tailored to suit class sizes and time frames. Get in touch with our office to find out more.
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We offer a range of programs for offender rehabilitation including:
Stress and Anger Management Program – an education and practical skills program that is delivered through a mix of one on one sessions with a clinician and a full-day workshop. This program is designed to help identify behaviours within one’s self to reduce harm within the clients personal and broader communities.
Kick the Habit – This is a drug and alcohol relapse prevention program that provides practical skills to reduce addiction behaviours delivered through one on one sessions with a clinician.
Enough is Enough has been a huge supporter and initiator of the Traffic Offenders Intervention Program (TOIP) through Ken’s Relationships with Roger Snath.
Roger’s daughter was killed in a road traffic incident. With Ken’s support, Roger developed the TOIP as he wanted to help people who were affected by Road Trauma. Roger Built a network of people who had similar experiences of losing loved ones on the road.
The TOIP was designed to have an impact on offending drivers, using life experience and related stats, Rodger was able to develop a program that provided practical and tangible tools to reduce traffic reoffending.
Enough is Enough present statewide to traffic offenders through local PCYCs and schools.
Roger met his daughter’s killer through the restorative justice process.
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Want to get involved?
We think working alongside our community is an integral part of our work. There is a range of ways you can support Enough is Enough in the vast work we do:
Volunteer or Intern
We love to provide people with key experience and skill to improve their ability and employability and are always looking for people to support our fabulous staff, either consistently or aiding us with one-off events.
If you are looking to volunteer or intern with us find out how by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently looking for two psychologists or counsellors, either part-time or full-time, and we are happy to provide flexible working hours. To find out more click here.
We would love financial sponsorship for our events and programs and actively look to promote those who sponsor us. We are happy to accept one-off sponsorships as well as ongoing sponsorships of longer-term projects.
If you are a local business and are looking to support us in our events or programs email us at email@example.com
Don’t have time to volunteer? You can support our work by donating to our completely tax-deductible account:
Name of Bank: Commonwealth Bank Caringbah
Account Name: Enough is Enough Anti Violence Movement Inc.
Account Number: 1007 4356
You can also donate with a credit card over the phone on (02) 9542 4029.
100% of all donations go towards the work we do. If you would like to specify the program or event for your donation, let us know once you have made your donation by calling us on (02) 9542 4092.