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I was raised in a small country town, I had a great life growing up. I grew up with my father mother and two younger brothers.

We had a very loving family home.

When I was very young, I suffered abuse in an institution. At the time, I did not really know what had happened.

As I got older, it started to affect me in many different ways. I started drinking and taking drugs.

At the time, I was having fun. I didn’t understand.

I was trying to block what had happened to me all them years ago.  As I got older, I started getting caught up in different crowds.

Eventually, I joined a gang, in many different ways, this felt like family and home away from home.

I started getting caught up in some pretty serious stuff.

Unfortunately I found my self getting charged with some severe offences. I ended up in jail to serve a sixteen and a half year sentence.

The goal was no fun and a big waste of time. You learn your lesson. I was worried about my kids growing up with no father to guide them.

I got on the drugs on the inside, they helped to block out the pain. At the same time, they sent me crazy, so  I stopped and done my time.

While I was in jail I lost nearly everything, my house, my family, my possessions, all the things that I had earned from doing from what I thought at the time was cool and quick easy earn, how I was so wrong.

One of the most challenging times, while I was in jail, was when I lost my father, Rest in Peace, Weseley Bruce Little.

I tried to go to the funeral, but the prison wouldn’t let me attend.

I spent half of my life out of jail taking drugs to block out the pain as I am survivor, we will do our best to help all survivors.

I have lived experience, and I know how challenging it is to talk about our experiences, I am healing, and I am out of jail with my three kids.

They are all growing up; I am proud of them all, I have generous, loving support from my wonderful family.

Jacob and I would like you on your journey after our experiences.

Contact us and see how we can help today.

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We are here to support you. Call us on 02 5632 1291, e-mail us or use the form below for someone to get in touch with you.

Our office is open Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, but we welcome an e-mail or message here at any time and will come back to you during office hours.

If you have a loved one in prison who would like to write to us, our mailing address is PO  Box 1182,  Kingscliff, NSW, 2487.

We also have heaps of people following our work and sharing their story across our social media channels, links can be found a little further down the page.

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“Hey, it’s Martin here thanks for your message, I am feeling a bit lost talking about my childhood. I am feeling overwhelmed by it all, I feel like someone is doing something about my past. I have never spoken to anyone about it before. I feel like now I’ve got a voice to talk about it thanks for your message, it has helped me more than you know.”


“Morning, I hope you had a lovely weekend. Mine was a bit quiet I’m feeling a little bit down today, there is a lot of my past that I need to let go of and move on. So that I can start living my normal life, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me talk about my abuse, enjoy your day.”


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To bring Justice whenever possible, and start the Healing process