Deadly Connections Community & Justice Services is an important Aboriginal-led, not-for-profit organisation which does crucial work that breaks cycles of disadvantage and trauma to directly address the over-representation of Aboriginal people in the child protection and justice system. Their approach centres on recognising that connection, intervention and support can occur at any stage of a person's life, challenging the dominance of colonial systems, self-determination, and healing centred engagement. Many of us saw the inspiring work Deadly Connections does on the SBS documentary, Incarceration Nation, which showed an insight into their focus on the prevention of violence, substance abuse and incarceration. The organisation came under threat when their tenancy arrangement at Seaview Street, Dulwich Hill, came to an end. Following a determined campaign by Deadly Connections, I am very pleased that Inner West Council has secured a new home at the former Family Day Care Centre in Enmore Park. This gives much needed certainty to this critically important organisation and I wish them all the best as they embark on this new chapter.