Family Violence Counselling

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CFSS WA

Provides domestic and family violence support counselling for families and individuals experiencing domestic or family violence.

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Centrecare, South West

Provides counselling and support for adults and children that are experiencing family and domestic violence.

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Waratah Support Centre

Counselling is available for male & female children & young people and female adults, including members of the lesbian, gay male, bisexual, transgender, intersex & genderqueer, non-binary & gender-questioning (LGBTIQ+) community, who are affected by domestic or family violence.

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CatholicCare NT, Katherine

Provides a range of specialist whole-of-family intervention and prevention services for men, women, young people and children affected by family or domestic violence.

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CatholicCare NT, Darwin

Provides a range of specialist whole-of-family intervention and prevention services for men, women, young people and children affected by family or domestic violence.

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Relationships Australia, Canberra & Region

Specialist family violence support and prevention is a confidential service for couples or families who are having difficulties managing conflict that may result in hostility, violence or abuse.

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Engender Equality, Hobart

Provides free, confidential counselling for any person affected by abuse in an intimate relationship including those who have experienced domestic or family violence in the past.

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Thorne Harbour Health

Provides counselling for lesbian, gay male, bisexual, transgender or intersex people who are experiencing or have experienced domestic or family violence.

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South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA), St Kilda

An outreach service providing crisis care, counselling, assistance, information, referral, advocacy, court support, group work and support for male and female children, young people and adults who are victims or survivors of sexual assault or family violence and for non-offending members of their families, their partners and friends.

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