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Domestic Violence Resources

Need help now? Call us on (02) 6563 1588 or call the Domestic Violence line (24 hours) 1800 65 64 63. If it is an emergency call 000.

Staying Home Leaving Violence

The aim of the Staying Home Leaving Violence program is to prevent you and your children becoming homeless or having to move away from your support system of family and friends, and the school and community where you live.

1800 Respect

National sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling and information referral service, available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

DVNSW – Domestic Violence NSW

Domestic Violence NSW is the peak, statewide representative body for a diverse range of specialist domestic and family violence services in New South Wales.

No to Violence

No to Violence works with men who use family violence, and the sector that supports them to change their abusive and violent behaviour.


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

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.


The National Association for Prevention of Child abuse and Neglect (NAPCAN) was co-founded by Rosemary Sinclair AO and Christine Stewart OAM in 1987, because they saw that the abuse and neglect of children was a taboo topic in Australian society in the 1980s. They were determined to change this and create safer communities for children. They set about to achieve this vision with the assistance of a passionate team of volunteers and a range of influential and committed partners.

Sunny App

Sunny has been made so it can be used by everyone. Sunny is compliant to level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. You can use a screen reader to access Sunny on IOS (iPhones) and Android phones. You can make the text in Sunny larger or smaller by using the accessibility settings on your phone.

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