Offender programs

We offer a range of programs for offender rehabilitation.

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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 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 client’s 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.
  • R-Program – (Victims impact and risk management seminar) – delivered in community settings as well as correctional facilities, the program is available to both victims and offenders.

Enough is Enough knows that there are many presenting issues within the community and many circumstances and backgrounds that may lead some people on a path of offending. We understand that ‘hurt people hurt people’. Through the work we undertake, Enough is Enough significantly reduces these risk factors. We see the desperate need to break down the barriers to service accessibility and provide immediate help to those who need it.

We are happy to have a chat with Community Corrections Officers, lawyers and those who would like to self refer. Please call our office on 9542 4029 or email


We are happy to have a chat about how we can support victims of violent crimes with Community Correction Officers, the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program, and those who would like to self-refer.

Please call our office on 9542 4029 or email

All programs

Enough is Enough utilises a range of in-house and out-of-house programs. Our programs and strategies are designed to help reduce both the causes and effects of violence in the community. Part of our core statement is to reform by education, and to teach an understanding of the alternatives to violence as a solution.

We offer different out-of-house programs that cater for schools, correction facilities, juvenile justice facilities or workplaces.

We also employ a range of staff who work collaboratively with the Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) to deliver sections of the Traffic Offenders Intervention Program.

We tailor in-house programs to client needs and liaise with key services which can improve quality of life outcomes, including NSW State Revenue and Oz Harvest.

Michael Marslew Peace Foundation

The Michael Marslew Peace Foundation (MMPF) is a Youth Committee that continues all the hard work Enough is Enough does in the community but from a youth perspective.

At the heart of the MMPF is the belief that young people are capable of making a difference in society, first by helping themselves and then helping out the community.


The committee acts through a variety of avenues including:

Developing its own events, fundraisers and programs that promote Enough is Enough’s Anti Violence movement

Vocalising the committee’s opinion on the way young people are represented and sharing issues committee members think are important for young people on the website’s news page or via our social media

Participating in events organised by Enough is Enough.

Assisting the Enough is Enough team by providing feedback towards the staff on the development of youth-based programs, campaigns and events

Building organisational, leadership and public speaking skills

The youth committee consists of young people aged 14–24, and recruitment is currently open. If you would like to apply to the youth committee, feel free to email Daniella at, or
call the office on (02) 9542 4092.


a mixed one-on-one and group program for those who are experiencing barriers in (re)integrating with society, and as a result are at risk of (re)engaging in antisocial or criminal activity.

This program is designed to adapt to meet the interchangeable needs and risks of each client, and through a mix of psychoeducation and life skills training, aims to improve each client’s confidence in and ability to integrate prosocially in the community and avoid (re)offending.

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