We work with people to identify potential risks and create a plan to help ensure their safety.
We offer safe and secure short-term crisis accommodation for women and children needing to relocate for their safety.
Our specialist family violence practitioners provide intensive case management, safety planning, emotional support, referrals and material aid to support women and children during the initial crisis.
We support people in the wider community experiencing family violence who are referred to us or contact us for assistance, by helping them live safely and independently in the community.
We provide information and assistance about matters including legal processes, intervention orders, court processes and child protection.
Our dedicated Child and Youth Practitioner assesses and identifies individual needs, creates an ongoing case plan, coordinates referrals and next steps, and partners with other services to make sure every child gets the support they need.
We help with advocacy, referral and liaison with other appropriate services.
When available we assist people with short-term transitional accommodation, and also assist people to find more stable, ongoing accommodation in the community.
We provide crisis accommodation and specialist support, and also have strong connections with organisations focused specifically on working with the LGBTIQA+ community.
Our team can partner with others working with people experiencing family violence, by providing specialist assessment and advice.
Our support groups and therapeutic programs help people past the initial crisis settle back in the wider community and take steps for their long-term safety.
We offer a range of age-based activities for people staying in our crisis accommodation that boost wellbeing, including cooking classes, art sessions and craft.
We connect people with resources that help them identify family violence and access other services in the community.