Domestic Violence Resources
Many people are facing an increased risk of domestic violence (DV) during the current pandemic situation.
Support services remain open and accessible during this time.
Counsellors at SHQ are available to confidentially discuss issues around DV. Please visit our Counselling page to make a phone or face-to-face appointment.
|Crisis Care (24 hr)||Metro 08 9223 1111 Country 1800 199 008|
|Women’s DV Helpline (24 hr)||Metro 08 9223 1188 Country 1800 007 339|
|Men’s DV Helpline (24 hr)||Metro 08 9223 1199 Country 1800 000 599|
|1800 RESPECT (24 hr)||1800 737 732|
Other support resources:
Domestic & Family Violence and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer People (LGBTIQ)
Standing Shoulder To Shoulder
Providing financial support and practical support for women with no income, who are living in refuges, who are victims of forced marriages, trafficking and LGBTQ+ women who have experienced family violence.
Providing safety, at come and in the community, for women and children escaping the trauma of family and domestic violence.
Provides counselling and information to anyone experiencing domestic family violence: men, women, and gender diverse and who are living in regional, remote and rural areas of WA. A virtual service currently including phone counselling. Will be expanding into web counselling in the next coming months.