There are hundreds of organisations throughout Australia who are providing programs to support those in need. The myriad of services can be confusing and quite elaborate. We have listed only a few but have a directory of options available. Contact us for more information.
Human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices such as servitude, forced labour and forced marriage are complex crimes and a major violation of human rights. If you are a victim of trafficking or know someone who is contact the AFP.
Domestic Violence Legal Advice Line & Legal Service
A specialist legal service for women experiencing domestic and family violence in New South Wales. Its main objective is to inform women who have experienced violence about their legal rights and to help women obtain access to justice.
Information provided by the Family Court of Australia regarding family violence and related matters, and the court.
The Domestic Violence Line is a NSW statewide telephone crisis counselling and referral service for women and persons who identify as female. Interpreters and TTY can be arranged where necessary.
The Office is committed to helping women and young people have safe, positive experiences online. It provides tips for staying safe online and education for Australian children and young people.
Intersex Human Rights Australia (IHRA) is a national body by and for people born with variations of sex characteristics. They promote human rights and bodily autonomy, and provide information, education, and an online peer support group. They were formerly known as OII Australia.
Say it Out Loud encourages people from LGBTIQ communities to start talking about our relationships
Information and support for LGBTIQ people’s relationships and any intimate partner abuse as well as how to make them healthier and happier. Provided by NSW-based LGBTI health promotion organisation, ACON.
The St Vincent de Paul Society works to assist people in need and combat social injustice across Australia. In NSW, Vinnies operates numerous refuges and supports for people experiencing domestic and family violence and at risk of homelessness.
Relationships Australia is one of Australia’s largest providers of relationship support services for individuals, families and communities. They aim to support all people in Australia to achieve positive and respectful relationships.
The WASH House (Women’s Activities and Self Help) is a community based resource centre for women. It is a place of support, information and referral. It offers a range of programs and activities for all women. The WASH House was born out of the vision, dedication and lobbying of a small group of local women and workers from Essie’s Women’s Refuge.
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