Domestic, Family & Sexual Violence

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    WoSSCA – Urban & Remote Outreach Program

    Our Urban and Remote Outreach Team can help you if you live in Alice Springs or the communities of Yuendumu, Papunya, Ntaria/Hermannsburg & Ti Tree . They can come to you, or you can come and talk to them at the Outreach office.

    The Outreach Program can help you if you are:

    • ​A woman who was staying at the shelter but has gone home and would still like support.
    • A woman who has not been staying at the shelter but would like to talk with someone.
    • A woman who feels unsafe.

    We can have a cup of tea and talk together, or support you through life changes as they are happening. At different times during difficult relationships, the support you need might be different. We will develop a safety plan with you with the goals you would like to achieve to keep yourself safe.

    The Outreach Program was started a long time ago and over the past decade, as more funding became available, it became two teams. The Urban Outreach Team supports you if you live in Alice Springs and the Remote Outreach Team supports you if you live in remote communities in Central Australia and the tri-state area of Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland.

    Both the Urban and Remote Teams work closely with other services in Alice Springs, to provide a strong support network to women experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence. The Outreach Program believes in early intervention – working with women and their children.

    The Outreach Team has a private office in the centre of Alice Springs where women are welcome to drop in any time between 9am and 4pm weekdays. If you live in Alice Springs, but can’t visit our Outreach office, let us know and someone from the Urban Outreach Team can come to visit you.

    If you are a local service provider or health worker, you can also complete this referral form to make sure women get the support they need.

    The Outreach Program is free for all women and their children, who are experiencing domestic, family or sexual violence. If you need help or support call us on (08) 8953 7648.

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    Wurli-Wurlinjang Health Service – Community Services

    Wurli-Wurlinjang Health Service’s aim is to relieve poverty, sickness, destitution, distress, suffering, misfortune and helplessness of the Aboriginal people of the Katherine Region.

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    Yuendumu Women’s Centre Aboriginal Corporation (YWCAC)

    Yuendumu Women’s Centre (YWCAC) is a meeting place, a resource centre and provider of advocacy services for the women of Yuendumu and their families.

    YWCAC manage the Yuendumu Women’s Safe House.

     

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    YWCA Australia – Domestic & Family Violence Centre

    The Domestic and Family Violence Program consist of The Domestic and Family Violence Centre, the Keeping Women Safe in Their Homes Program and individual counselling for women who have experienced domestic and family violence.

    The Domestic and Family Violence Centre helps those who are fleeing domestic and family violence, by providing:

    • crisis accommodation
    • safety planning
    • referrals
    • information
    • individualised plans
    • support

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    YWCA Australia – Keeping Women Safe in Their Homes

    The Keeping Women Safe in their Homes program provides risk assessments, safety planning and security upgrades for women and their children to help them stay in their own homes, or a home of their choice, provided it’s safe to do so.

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    YWCA Australia – Women of Worth Program

    After being involved in the justice system, women may need support to positively integrate and re-engage with the community. The Women of Worth program works with these women, helping to make any lifestyle changes and reduce the risk of re-offending.

    The program works alongside these women, and provides:

    • Pre and post-release support
    • Support to develop employable skills
    • Social and emotional wellbeing programs
    • Monthly outreach groups
    • Support reconnecting with children and families
    • Crisis accommodation
    • Advocacy
    • Domestic violence support
    • Education and employment pathways

     

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