Domestic and Family Violence doesn’t have to be physical abuse. It can be emotional, psychological, financial, sexual or other types of behaviour that exert power and control. It takes away a person’s rights and reduces the choices they can make. Domestic and Family Violence is in every community and can affect anyone regardless of gender, sexual identity, race, age, culture, ethnicity, religion, disability, economic status or location. Women and children are overwhelmingly the victims of domestic and family violence, and perpetrators are overwhelmingly male.

About Domestic and Family Violence

What is domestic violence?

Do you want to know about domestic violence?

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My Wellbeing

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My Decisions

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Where and how we work

Western Sydney

Refuge Outreach Action Response (ROAR) and Domestic Violence After Hours Service (DVAHS)

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Sydney City (MOMO)

Moving Out Moving On (MOMO)

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Wilcannia Safe House

Located in remote rural NSW

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What you can expect

Unsure of what what you can expect when you access our services?

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Additional Support

Other services that may be able to help

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Resources - People with Lived Experience

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  • If you are in immediate danger please contact the Police 000