Domestic Violence Service Management is a registered charity which aims to prevent and to provide support for people escaping or experiencing domestic and family violence and homelessness. DVSM provides client services in inner Sydney, Western Sydney and in remote rural NSW (Wilcannia).
The Women’s Cottage is a community based support and resource centre, run by women, for women (and their children) who live, work or study in the Hawkesbury Local Government Area and it’s immediate surrounds.
The WASH House is a community based resource centre for women, based in Mt Druitt, Sydney. It is a place of support, information and referral.The WASH House offers a range of programs and activities for all women.
Women’s Community Shelters works with communities to provide short term (up to 3 months) emergency accommodation and support in a safe, comfortable and secure environment that enables homeless women to rebuild self-esteem and achieve control and fulfilment in their lives. Their shelters are in Sydney.
Lifeline is always just a phone call away and their website provides information and links to services for people experiencing various forms of domestic violence.
This site, dedicated to helping victims, contains targeted information and/or services specific to different groups or situations.
It can be really worrying when someone you care about is being hurt or abused by their partner. This guide, from the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria, will help you in supporting victims of abuse.
White Ribbon provides a list of helpilnes, national and in each state or territory. It also has a list of legal services available to victims of domestic violence.
Have you, or someone you know experienced sexual assault or domestic family violence? You’re not alone. Counselling, help and support are always available. 1800 RESPECT is a national counselling helpline, with information and support 24/7.
The app contains useful and potentially life-saving information including emergency contacts, information on the sorts of behaviour considered to be domestic and family violence, and vital information and links to support services available in NSW. Importantly, the app also allows the user to message their trusted friends and family members or call emergency services immediately.