Rural Family Counselling Service Living in remote areas of Australia can often be a barrier to seeking out counselling and support, but you and your family are not alone. The Rural Family Counselling Service provides counselling and support to families with dependent children aged between 0 -18 years. Support can be provided for issues including grief and loss, social isolation, relationship problems and parenting. The aim of the service is to build on existing strengths, increase the emotional capacity of family members, by developing healthy coping strategies, emotional resilience and self-esteem of individuals and family members. Counselling sessions can be provided face-to-face or over the telephone. For more information or to make an appointment please call 1300 991 443. This program is funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disabilities Services. Centre based and outreach service offered from Charleville. The outreach service can be provided to those living in Augathella, Morven, Mitchell, Wyandra, Cunnamulla, Tambo, Quilpie and Thargomindah.