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Gatehouse Centre is a department of the Royal Children’s Hospital.
It is a Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA) that provides assessment, treatment and advocacy services for:
A child or young person may have told someone (you, a teacher, a friend, another relative, etc...) about an experience of sexual abuse.
If this is the case, a child or young person may come to Gatehouse Centre for an assessment of current concerns. Some children and young people go on to need treatment to assist and develop helpful ways of coping with the impacts of the abuse or concerning behaviours.
Gatehouse Centre also provides training and consultation services for professionals and other agencies.
Gatehouse Centre acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal
owners of the land on which RCH is situated, the land of Wurundjeri people of
the Kulin Nation, and we pay our respects to their Elders past and present and
Gatehouse Centre values and celebrates diversity and is
committed to providing a service that is fully inclusive.