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All women and their children have the right to a life free of violence.

At Women’s Safety Services SA (WSSSA) we support women and their children who are living with or escaping domestic or family violence. WSSSA provides a range of programs and assistance. Please contact us on 1800 800 098 if you require support or information.
You can also contact one of our many programs directly


Eastern Adelaide Domestic Violence Service

At the Eastern Adelaide Domestic Violence Service we can provide:

  • Safe, supported crisis and short term accommodation
  • Domestic and family violence counselling and support via the phone or face to face
  • Domestic violence educational programs and support groups for women and children
  • Referral and information about: health, legal, financial, accommodation and immigration matters
  • Assistance for women from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-English speaking backgrounds
  • Access for women with disabilities

 

Contact us

Monday- Friday
8:30- 5pm
Phone 08 8365 5033
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Western Adelaide Domestic Violence Service

At the Western Adelaide Domestic Violence Service we can provide

  • Safe, supported crisis and short term accommodation
  • Domestic and family violence counselling and support via the phone or face to face
  • Domestic violence educational programs and support groups for women and children
  • Referral and information about: health, legal, financial, accommodation and immigration matters
  • Assistance for women from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-English speaking backgrounds
  • Access for women with disabilities

 

Contact us

Monday- Friday
8:30- 5pm
Phone 08 8268 7700
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Women’s Safety Contact Program

Our aim is to improve the safety and wellbeing of women and children who access our program. Women’s Safety Contact Officers (WSCO’s) work with women and their children whose partner or former partner has been referred to a Domestic Violence and Abuse Prevention Program.
The Women’s Safety Contact Officer will contact you with information about our service, to assist you to decide whether you would like ongoing support from us.
The Women’s Safety Contact Program works in partnership with the providers of the Domestic Violence and Abuse Prevention Programs (DVAPP). Your information is confidential, no information is shared with your partner or former partner at any time.
Please contact us for more information or questions about the program.

Contact Us

Monday- Friday
8:30- 5pm
Phone: 08 8152 9270
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Migrant Women's Support Program

Migrant Women's Support Program values the right of all people to live in safety and be treated with respect, and it delivers services that offer a range of culturally sensitive supports.

Domestic and/or Family violence is not acceptable in any community or culture. Culture is never an excuse for violence.

The bilingual bicultural staff of Migrant Women's Support Program (MWSP) work with migrant women of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds in unsafe relationships. MWSP targets migrant women and children most at risk of violence.

This program provides culturally sensitive needs and risk assessments, safety planning, support, information, advocacy, referrals and other relevant services.

The program understands and respects the importance of clients’ confidentiality.

MWSP works in partnership with domestic violence services and other service providers including professional interpreters, if required.

Please contact Migrant Women's Support Program for more information or questions about the program, at the Women’s Safety Services SA.

Contact Us

Monday - Friday
8:30 - 5pm
08 8152 9260
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Domestic Violence Crisis Line 1800 800 098

We support anyone affected by violence and abuse in their personal relationships.
If you are:

  • Living in a violent or abusive relationship and are unsure about what to do 
  • Wanting to leave a violent relationship
  • Or are wanting to talk about what is happening to you

We can help by:

  • Facilitating access to safe accommodation
  • Providing telephone counselling
  • Providing face to face short term counselling
  • Providing information about accommodation, police, legal, housing and financial issues
  • Supporting you to remain safely at home

Our service is free, confidential and available state-wide. You can contact us as many times as you want to.

In an emergency contact 000.
For police attendance 131 444
Child Abuse Report Line 131 478
Contact us: 1800 800 098
Due to the volume of calls, it is at times necessary to leave a message. Messages left will be returned. Discretion is assured. Return messages will not be left with anyone other than the original caller.
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Training and Professional Development for workers and community

We can provide tailored training packages and professional development workshops/seminars about the dynamics and effects of domestic violence for workers in other agencies such as counsellors, mediators, police, nurses, social/youth workers, volunteers, legal practitioners, teachers and community workers. These can be tailored to meet the specific needs of the agency.
Community Education
We can design and facilitate workshops and seminars to raise awareness and understanding about domestic violence and its effects. These can be tailored to meet the specific needs of the community organisation.
For further information, please contact us:
Phone: 08 8152 9200
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