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Domestic Violence Liaison Officer (WA Police) (24 hrs)
Provides support to victims of family violence by providing information on relevant laws/community intervention
Phone: 131 444
Family Helpline (24 hrs)
Free confidential telephone counselling and information service for families with relationship difficulties.
Telephone family helpline when:
- You want counselling or information.
- You need someone to turn to.
- People in your family could get on better.
- You want to stop taking things out on others in your family.
- You don’t want people in your family to hurt each other.
- You are worried about someone you know.
Phone: (08) 9223 1100
Phone: 1800 643 000
1800 Respect National Sexual Assualt, Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service
Dealing with sexual assault and domestic and family violence is never easy, but qualified and experienced counsellors can provide information and refer you to services available in your area that can help. telephone counselling is available 24-7, whether you’re seeking help for yourself, a friend or relative, a colleague or a client. Professionals seeking assistance with work – induced trauma are also encouraged.
Phone: 1800 737 732
Kids Helpline (24 hrs)
Kids Helpline is Australia’s only free, private and confidential, telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between 5 and 25.
Phone: 1800 551 800
Kids Helpline is Australia’s only free, private and confidential 24/7 phone and online counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25.
Since 1991, Australia’s kids and young people have been turning to our professional, specialised counsellors, no matter who they are, where they live or what they want to talk about.
Phone - 1800 551 800
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mental Health Commission has developed an online My Services directory, to help make it easier for consumers, carers and families to navigate the mental health system and find mental health and alcohol and other drug (AOD) support services.
My Services is also a useful tool for the mental health and AOD sector, enabling service planners and providers to work together using the same information.
The aim of Your Toolkit is to provide you and your family with online access to support and help on the path to a more independent, confident and safe life. It has been built in consultation with women who have experienced domestic and family violence, support workers and industry professionals who understand the needs of women and families experiencing abuse.
The Your Toolkit team does not provide direct support to individuals, but the website provides details for contacting support services and help lines and women’s refuges (most are national services or directories).
If you are in danger now please call 000.
Domestic Violence Advocacy Service
DVAS Central is a free service which helps women who have experienced, or are at risk of domestic violence, access support. DVAS provides people with a safe and friendly environment to access advocacy, legal and DCP services.
- Discussing available options
- Applying for a restraining order
- Obtaining support and advices from Legal Aid
- Referrals to other agencies (including counselling services & DCP)
Phone - 08 6330 5400
Department for Child Protection and Family Support
The Department provides a range of child safety and family support services to Western Australian individuals, children and their families, from the Kimberley to the Great Southern regions of the State.
Phone - 08 9222 2555
Phone: - 1800 273 887
Women’s Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services (WA)
The Women’s Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services (WCDFVS) is a state-wide peak organisation that can help you navigate women’s crisis and refuge accommodation.
Committed to improving the status of women and children in society. They seek to ensure that all women and children live free of domestic and family violence. The WCDFVS operates from a feminist perspective and proactively advocates for social justice in order to further empowerment, access, equity and safety for all women and children.
(08) 9420 7264