Provides supported crisis accommodation for single women and women with children escaping domestic violence.
Referrals to Bramwell House are through the Domestic Violence Crisis Line.
NDVS provides support and assistance to women and children experiencing domestic violence. Services are free of cost.
NDVS offers services to families living in Salisbury, Playford, Gawler, Light, Mallala and Barossa council areas.
Services include assistance to secure crisis accommodation, counselling, referral and practical assistance in a number of areas, safety planning, case management and groups for women and children.
Operating hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm.
Located in Mount Gambier, LCDVS provides individualised support to women and children escaping or experiencing family and domestic violence. Services include supported accommodation, safety planning, case management, counselling, referral and advocacy.
Are you experiencing sexual assault or domestic and family violence? Seeking to support someone who is? 1800 RESPECT can help Information and support 24/7 - Call 1800 737 732 or use their chat service available on their website. The 1800RESPECT online and telephone counselling service is part of the Australian Government's commitment to reduce violence under the National Plan.
If anyone is in immediate danger - please call 000 now.
000 is Australia's primary telephone number for assistance to life threatening or critical emergency situations and works on mobile and fixed telephone lines. 112 is a secondary emergency service. 112 is the International emergency number available on mobile phones but not fixed line telephones. Dialling 112 directs you to the same Triple Zero (000) call service and does not give your call priority over Triple Zero (000).
Both 000 and 112 will work even if you do not have credit on your mobile phone and are not charged.
Police attendance is 13 14 44
Luke Batty Foundation closed its doors on 2nd June 2018. Funds have been distributed to other domestic and family violence prevention and response initiatives across Australia.
For more information on the services that received the funding please see the website.
A new booklet focusing on the issues surrounding domestic violence and the support services available for those in the Murray-Mallee Region.
Drawing on previous resources, information and combining the collective knowledge and experiences of individuals and agencies this new booklet covers an extensive range of topics associated with domestic violence and uses examples to help provide context as to the effects of domestic violence as well as providing strategies in dealing with the many scenarios that could be encountered. The range of safety planning and resources specific to the region make for a substantial and conclusive list for anyone in threat of domestic violence in the Murray - Mallee Region.
No matter what living arrangement domestic or family violence occurs in, everyone has a right to live in a safe and secure environment without the threat of violence. Domestic violence does not discriminate, it occurs across all cultures, across all socio-economic backgrounds, in all types of intimate relationships and at any stage of relationships – marriage, defacto, dating or separated.
The booklet will be available across a range of Council Departments but is available as a PDF below in the related News Article available on the Affordable SA app.
The information in the booklet has been compiled from various sources which include the Central and Southern DV Service booklets. The content is not original to the MBRCVAWC and is not used for any financial purposes.
The file is large so please consider if your mobile data plan is limited.
MensLine Australia is a professional telephone and online support and information service for Australian men.
Available 24/7 on 1300 789 978
It features videos, online counselling and forums to help assist men in range of issues.
- Men and emotions
- Separation and Parenting
- Managing Relationships
- Managing Anger
The Women's Information Service provides information to South Australian women online, over the phone and in person. We aim to increase access to information that promotes choice and empowerment.
The Women’s Information Service (WIS) also provides a Family Court Support Service. This is a free and confidential service providing trained volunteers to accompany women to the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court in Adelaide. Court processes can be very stressful and take a long time, meaning that women can spend a lot of time waiting alone, which can be daunting.
The Family Court Support (FCS) service provides volunteers to accompany women to court. Volunteers attend a comprehensive training program and are experienced in court processes, giving them the skills and knowledge to accompany women to court and provide the support they need. They can also provide access to Secure Rooms and Childcare to assist you in attending court room proceedings.
Where there has been a history of domestic violence, it is recommended that you book a secure room at the court. This service offered by the court provides a safe space away from other parties in your court case, where you can wait until your case is called. Security guards can escort you to and from the secure room.
Free childcare is available at court, however priority is given to court ordered matters and is provided on a ‘first in, first served’ basis. You are not able to book this service.
You can talk to The Women's Information Service about:
Family life and relationships
Domestic/family violence, sexual assault and safety
Health and wellbeing
Accommodation and housing issues
Financial security and independence
Women's groups and events
Education, training and career paths
or anything at all...
We can discuss options and choices relevant to your individual situation.