Personal and Family Services
The Centre For U offers a wide range of Personal and Family Services to ensure you have all the resources you and your family might need. These services are offered for free to all members and their families.
Whether dealing with mental health issues, having a baby, needing support with legal or financial issues or dealing with an emergency, the ETU has you covered. Our wide range of services are offered to ensure our members are supported not just in their workplace, but from cradle to grave.
Contact us to discuss access to our services at our regional offices.
Want more information? Call 1800 270 875.
The session will assist you with facts about your individual rights, budget planning advice and future strategies to ensure ongoing and effective handling of money.
Plan for your retirement to make sure you can live the life you want to.
The unlimited 24-hour hotline offers confidential support, for you and your family to access help with life's challenges including but not limited to stress, depression, grief, substance abuse and financial stress.
Gambling Prevention Briefings with David Schwarz
Our group seminars will teach you how to recognise problem gambling and provide you with information and advice on how to support someone affected by gambling.
Our consultations will provide you with access to a lawyer from Gordon Legal for an initial consultation regarding your will, and a will kit to assist you in setting up a basic will.
First Aid for Babies and Children
In conjunction with Resus My Bub, this course provides you with information and guidance to prevent injuries, and the knowledge and skills to provide basic first aid to children.
High-Intensity Cardio Boxing
Join us for our women-only group training sessions and develop your confidence and self-esteem whilst building mental and physical health.
Emotional Wellbeing for Expecting and New Parents
Our seminars will help you to be able to recognise the signs of postnatal depression and provide support to women, men and families affected by anxiety during pregnancy and early parenthood.
Family Law Advice
Book in for a free initial consultation for any family law matter.
Emergency Transport Cover
Emergency medical transport services are not free and are not covered by Medicare. If you or a member of your family require the use of an ambulance, we'll cover the cost.
Family Baby Pack
We value the importance of family and are thrilled to offer you a baby pack on the arrival of your new child.
Youth Drug and Alcohol Awareness
Know the risks - Understand the risks associated with alcohol and other drugs. Youth Drug and Alcohol Awareness Workshop <...
The ETU provides members with peace of mind during times of grief, knowing that funeral expenses of up to $7,000are covered for fully financial ETU members and their spouse/partner. Honorary members and their partners are covered for up to $3,500.
Family Violence Awareness
Our group seminars provide awareness of domestic violence and the impact of it on individuals and families.
Autism Information Session
Understand what autism spectrum disorder is, how it affects a person's behaviour and how you can support and assist autistic people.
Criminal Defence Advice
Book in for a free initial consultation for any criminal law matter.
CPR and First Aid for Babies / Emotional well-being for new parents
Our half day session will provide you with training in First Aid and CPR for babies and our friends at PANDA will provide some insights into the early days of parenting, where to access great resources and how to seek support when it’s needed.
Workcover and Personal Injury Advice
Discuss your workcover or personal injury claim with a specialist lawyer
Banking services and advice
Consultations with a banking advisor who can assist you with budgeting services and advice during hard times.
U-Turn Educational Program
Improve your resilience to substance use, improve your physical and mental health, the health of your family, and take positive action today.
Screenagers Movie Screening
Join us for a special screening of Screenagers, an award-winning film that probes into the vulnerable corners of family life and depicts messy struggles over social media, video games and academics.