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 Origins SPSA Inc


Supporting People Separated by Adoption

ABN 48 507 164 002


The Precedent Organisation  founded on exposing the truth of adoption fraud and its subsequent mental health damage.

Origins has fought for nearly two decades for the rights of those that have been affected by unlawful, forced and harmful adoption practices 
Origins members have succeeded in  obtaining two State Parliamentary  Inquiries in NSW(1998) and Tasmania (1999)

In November  2009 the committee of Origins was summoned to Canberra by Minister Jenny Macklin and was offered "whatever we wanted" if Origins mothers of "forced adoption" accepted being part of the Forgotten Australians and Child Migrants Apology, we soundly rejected this proposal demanding our own Senate Inquiry so that those affected by illegal adoption could tell their stories.

Through a media campaign for over a year we were successful in our lobbying and a Senate Inquiry into unlawful  adoption practices was later announced in November 2010, that subsequently led to a national apology given by Julia Gillard

The members of Origins take great pride in being trailblazers for adoption activism and the rest of the world affected also by these practices look to us to continue the fight for those who have not had access to justice

The Official Opening of the new Origins Office
March 21st 2014




Origins SPSA Inc


Is pleased to announce the opening of its new office at

2-113/115 The Crescent Fairfield NSW

Support meetings will be held on the 

3rd Saturday of the Month 

at 12 noon till 2pm. Please let us know if you will be attending


Newcastle support group to be advised

We will be open for private appointments, meetings etc, for those wishing to discuss their adoption issues

We are encouraging volunteers and students to apply for work experience

For more information phone

(02) 9725 7723



20th September 2013

The First Anniversary of the New South Wales Apology  


  The 20th of  September 2013 marked the first anniversary what should have been a defining moment in the history of New South Wales. Twelve months ago on this day Premier Barry O’Farrell and Minister for Community Services Pru Goward stood teary eyed and apologized for the States past illegal and harmful adoption practices.

Practices that saw an estimated 86,000 mothers brutally separated from their newborns in public and private hospitals across the state  

Before the tears of the mothers and others had hardly dried on their handkerchiefs, the Premier announced a $900 000 funding grant to the Post Adoption Resource Centre,  an organization set up and ran by past adoption providers that had been involved in the “adoption industry”

One could hardly blame the government for not wanting to recognize an anniversary of the truth telling of mothers who testified to the government for decades of the chemical incarceration and restraint of psychotropic drugs inflicted on them whilst their newborns were being torn from their bodies, drugged and rendered powerless by cocktails of evil prescribed by the notorious Drs Bailey and Herron of Chelmsford Hospital    

As for $900 000 given to The Benevolent Societies’ Post Adoption Resource Centre, who barely uttered a word  over 2 decades of adoption activism by abused and motivated mothers, and yet received the reward of the mothers toil, all they could muster for such a significant day was a half hearted cup of tea to a handful to celebrate the illustrious day

If one was cynical one may say that in this day and age, it is far simpler to reward the abusers rather than the victims, as no one wishes to return to them, it makes their job of silencing victims much easier

This observation has been made by Origins Supporting People Separated by Adoption Incorporated an organization that has not received one dollar from State, Federal or Religious organizations to support the many mothers, fathers and adoptees of Australia and the world  

The above office is independently sponsored by the members of Origins and Des and Lily Arthur

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 "and there follows a mist and a weeping rain
.....and life is never the same again."



Origins SPSA Inc
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Origins Postal Address

Origins Inc.
P.O. Box W18
Fairfield West NSW 2165

Phone (02) 9725 7723

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Origins Inc Supporting People Separated by Adoption
Phone (02) 9725 7723
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Origins SPSA Inc
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 Account No 4405-15489
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Origins SPSA Inc is an unfunded organisation that relies on the memberships and donations of those that support adoption advocacy. It has not been funded by Federal, State or Church to promote adoption awareness and to the support the aims and objectives of Origins. We rely on those that believe in truth and justice for those affected by past practices, we have a large resource library that is considered to be a national asset that has enabled us to make Federal and State governments accountable for past unlawful practices .  To support us make a donation or join us, a link is available at the bottom of this page to make a contribution