Domestic Violence Resources
Please find below links to external websites that provide a wide range of domestic violence related services and resources.
Domestic Violence NSW is the peak, statewide representative body for a diverse range of specialist domestic and family violence services in New South Wales. Operating from a feminist, social justice perspective we work to improve the spectrum of policy, legislative and program responses to domestic and family violence (DFV) and to eliminate DFV through leadership in advocacy, partnerships and the promotion of good practice.
Kyalie Moore is a Wadjarri Yamatji woman from Carnarvon Western Australia. Kyalie has devoted her life and career to tackling domestic and family violence within Indigenous communities and discusses its…
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Leaving a violent and abusive relationship can be hard. It may mean having to move to a new area and having to start life over with a new home, new job and new school for the kids.You may also be short on money and not in a good mental health headspace.
Domestic and Family Violence is any behaviour which occurs in an intimate or family relationship and is violent, threatening, coercive or controlling or causes a victim to live in fear. Domestic Violence is widespread… Domestic Violence is usually a pattern of behaviour aimed at controlling the victim.
Engage2Change is a pilot Men’s Behaviour Change Project, funded under the NSW Office of Women through the NSW Department of Health. Our Men’s Behaviour Change program offers clients 4 individual counselling appointments to assess their hopes and goals for participating.
Our Site is a website for and by women and girls with disability. It provides information and resources on human rights, leadership, making decisions, sexual and reproductive health and safety from violence.