Phone 13 92 76
24/7 crisis support run by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. A confidential, culturally safe space to yarn about your needs, worries or concerns.
Phone: 1800 424 017
8am-8pm AEST, Monday – Friday
Phone: 1800 497 212
For anyone from the LGBTIQ+ community whose life has been impacted by sexual domestic and/or family violence. Available 24/7.
Phone: 1800 152 152
24/7 Link2home is the statewide homelessness information and referral telephone service. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.
Phone: 1300 766 491
24/7 Telephone helpline for men taking responsibility for their violent behaviour. Also provides support and referrals for women and men seeking information on behalf of their male partners, friends or family members, and workers in a range of agencies seeking assistance for their clients who are men.
Phone: 1300 78 99 78
Free online telephone and counselling service for men with concerns about mental health, anger management, family violence (using and experiencing), addiction, relationship, stress and wellbeing. Available 24/7.
Phone: 1300 888 529 (Law Access NSW)
Website: Domestic Violence Unit – Legal Aid NSW
The Domestic Violence Unit is a specialist domestic and family violence service at Legal Aid NSW. There is no cost involved to see lawyers or social workers. If you would like more information about the DVU and services provided by the Domestic Violence Unit, please phone 9219 6300.
Phone: 1800 686 587
9am-5pm Provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women victims-survivors of violence with access to appropriate legal representation, advocacy, advice, and referral.
Phone: 1800 938 227
Provides advocacy, support and understanding of the ADVO and criminal justice processes.
Phone: (02) 8745 6988 / Rural 1800 801 501
WLSNSW provide specialist legal services relating to domestic violence, sexual assault, family law, discrimination, victims support, child protection, human rights and access to justice.
Phone: 1800 800 708
NSW-wide legal service for victim-survivors with disability. Free specialised legal advice and representation services to people with disability who are victim-survivors of DFSV or are experiencing family law issues arising from violence.
Phone: (02) 8234 0700
Provides free information, legal advice and representation in relation to family and humanitarian migration, citizenship, visa cancellations, and people on temporary visas who have experienced family violence.