Adult Justice Integration and Parenting Program (Reset)
Zonta House is a sub-contractor to Centrecare as part of a Consortium led by Wungening Aboriginal Corporation and provides support to women in and after leaving prison. This is recognition of the high representation of women in prison who have experienced family and domestic violence and the need for a specialist lens of support.
Zonta House provides an accommodation service to women exiting prison who have experienced family and domestic violence. The ReSet reintegration team provide comprehensive case management in collaboration with Zonta House. This is a vital service for women who may otherwise be unable to exit prison. By providing a flexible, supportive environment for women to reside whilst reconnecting they are better equipped to reconnect with their children, gain employment and secure long term, safe and stable accommodation.
Zonta House employs a Reintegration Officer who provides intensive case management support to women in and who have exited prison. This case management support includes informal counselling, advocacy and warm referrals to specialist services.
Funding is currently provided by Centrecare Inc through the Department of Justice. This program has been operating since 2018.
Zonta House employs a Parenting counsellor who provides workshop and one on one support to women in, and who have exited prison.