A message from IGFF As of March 24 2020, the IGFF team are all working from their homes to
safeguard client and staff safety. We remain available for:
- client calls and emails
- continuing to assist with specialised advocacy
- providing care, support, redress and justice pathways.
We are also responding to new issues, such as ‘stay at home’ community distancing and vulnerable people’s access to supplies and health care. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if there is anything we can help you with – from a phone call to check in and support/advocacy that might be useful. You can reach us by email or phone on our usual phone number. Just leave a message and we’ll get back to you ASAP. During this time of change, we are ensuring that IGFF services continue with the least disruption possible. For more details, you can read our March letter here: Click here


Case management and advocacy services for survivors, families and communities impacted by institutional abuses, as well as research and community education, information forums, community development and survivor support.

We can help co-ordinate referrals for mental health care, legal representation, police liaison, social welfare and pastoral support.

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We are a national, Redress Support Service offering free and confidential support to anyone considering applying to the National Redress Scheme.

We can provide more information about who can apply, and support you throughout this process. For more information visit
or call 1800 737 377

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IGFF provides and engages with a range of community and support groups, focusing on empowering Survivors, families, whistle-blowers and communities impacted by institutional abuses. If you would like to get involved with an existing initiative, or believe that you have a community project that we might be able to help with, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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