Resources and Support

Call 000 in an emergency situation

Translating and interpreting service 131 450

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Understanding Coercive Control

At Just Cause, we stand for EDUCATION and SOLVING THE PUZZLE. Because the behaviours that lead to family and domestic violence are complex, confusing and too often dismissed.

If you recognise dark patterns of behaviour in your relationship or you are worried about someone you know, please call 1800 RESPECT

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FDV First Aid

A comprehensive and convenient online training program that builds organisational policies, procedures and the capacity to appropriately support all employees affected by family and domestic violence.


To find out more, please contact our team at training@pgcnv.org.au

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Support

Call 000 in an emergency situation

Translating and interpreting service 131 450

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women


    Aboriginal Family Legal Services (AFLS)

    T: (08) 9355 1502
    AFLS WA provides specialist legal services in family violence matters. AFLS services are delivered in six regions across Western Australia covering the West Kimberley, East Kimberley, Gascoyne, Midwest, Goldfields, and the Pilbara regions.

    https://www.afls.org.au/

     

    Wungening Aboriginal Corporation

    Wooree Miya Women’s refuge is a 24/ crisis service that provides safe, culturally secure, short termed accommodation for women and children who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless due to family and domestic abuse. https://www.wungening.com.au/pages/faqs/category/wooree-miya

     

    Many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Controlled Health Services provide a range of culturally safe support services, including family violence support.

    The Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia provides a list of these services

    https://www.ahcwa.org.au/aboriginal-community-controlled-health

     

    For more information about supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples experiencing family violence, please visit https://www.1800respect.org.au/inclusive-practice/atsi/understanding_the_issue

  • Women with disabilities


    National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline

    T: 1800 880 052

    An Australia-wide telephone hotline for reporting abuse and neglect of people with disability.

     

    Women with Disabilities Australia (website)

    https://wwda.org.au/

     

    Violence against people with disability (resource) https://www.1800respect.org.au/inclusive-practice/supporting-people-with-disability

     

    Women from culturally and linguistically diverse communities Translating and interpreting service

    T: 131 450

    Gain free access to a telephone or on-site interpreter in your own language. Available 24 hours, every day of the year.

     

    Supporting people from CALD, migrant and refugee experiences of violence (resource)
    https://www.1800respect.org.au/inclusive-practice/cald

     

    Ishar Multicultural Women’s Health Service

    T: (08) 9345 5335
    Provide family and domestic violence support services and women’s groups.
    https://www.ishar.org.au/

  • Gay,lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer people


    ACON – Say it out loud (website)

    National website that provides information and resources to support better understanding of LGBTQ+ sexual, family and intimate partner violence. http://www.sayitoutloud.org.au/

     

    Supporting people who identify as LGBTI (resource) https://www.1800respect.org.au/inclusive-practice/supporting-people-who-identify-as-lgbti/understanding_the_issues

     

    QLife – Free phone and webchat support

    T: 1800 184 527

    QLife provides Australia-wide anonymous, LGBTIQ+ peer
    support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships. Their services are for LGBTIQ+ individuals, their friends and families, and health professionals in Australia. https://qlife.org.au/resources/directory

  • Women in rural and remote communities

    There are family and domestic violence services in regional, rural and remote locations across Australia. Please refer to the Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing directory to find a support in your
    location.
    https://cwsw.org.au/directory/


    Elder abuse

     

    Elder Abuse Help Line

    T: 1300 651 192

    Free information and support services for people who
    experience or witness the abuse of an older person. https://www.eapu.com.au/helpline

     

    Advocare

    T: 1800 655 566

    Provides confidential support and information on older
    people’s rights.
    https://www.advocare.org.au/

  • Men’s Referral Service

    T: 1300 766 491

    24-hour men’s family violence telephone and webchat
    counselling, information and referral service operating across Australia and isthe central point for men taking responsibility for their violent behaviour.

    https://ntv.org.au/

     

    Men’s Domestic Violence Helpline

    T: 1800 000 599

    Provides telephone information and referrals for men who are concerned about their violent and abusive behaviours, and for male victims of family and domestic violence in Western Australia. https://www.wa.gov.au/service/community-services/community-support/mens-domestic-violence-helpline

  • MensLine Australia

    T: 1300 78 99 78

    24-hour support for men and boys dealing with family and
    relationship difficulties. Support for men who are concerned that their behaviour is hurting the people they care about.
    https://mensline.org.au/contact-us/

     

    To find programs and supports anywhere in Western Australia:

    Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing – Directory: https://cwsw.org.au/directory