Newsletter Release

We understand that these are unprecedented times with increased stress, anxiety and mental health issues being a consequence of the situation we are in at home, workplace or in the community as we try to navigate our way through these uncertain situations.

AFS is committed to finding ways to ensure that African Australians and CALD communities are able to access relevant information and support services during these challenging times. To assist the communities, we have developed a resource hub and covid-19 information page to ensure you have access to information on AFS support services, covid-19 updates, support available by the government for vulnerable people during this pandemic. Our newsletter highlights all the significant activities that AFS is conducting on regular basis to ensure our community and people remain safe and sound during these unprecedented times.

For information on how we can assist you please send us an email on or fill the form here.

Newsletter Volume 1 Highlights

Staying safe is the foremost priority given the current unprecedented times. It’s important for the community to follow the SOPs at all times to ensure no virus transmission.
AFS welcomes its new team members who are tirelessly working on ensuring the community is aware of the recent developments in the coronavirus situation and measures that can be taken to avoid community transmission, ensuring everyone’s safety and measures to deal with the current challenging circumstances.
Note: For mental health and family violence support services, contact us here.

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African Family Services

9/313 La Trobe Street, Melbourne 3000
We acknowledge that our office is on the lands of the Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri Traditional Owners of the Kulin nation.

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