The Domestic Violence Program is committed to providing therapeutic, education, legal and social support programs and services to individuals who have experienced domestic and family violence in their lives.
Seeking assistance with difficult life circumstances including domestic and/or family violence, sexual violence, relationship and family breakdown.
Please call (07) 3260 6820 to discuss or send through a confidential enquiry to receive a call back from our team at a time that is safe for you.
If you are in immediate danger, please call ‘000’
The program can assist women, their supporters and workers with information and referral to a range of services including other specialist domestic violence services, housing, legal, family and child services
The counsellors provide individual counselling, for women with lived experience of domestic and family violence. The service is open to women living in the North Brisbane area.
The Legal Clinic provides legal advice, information and referrals to women who have experienced domestic and family violence. The Family Law solicitor can provide legal advice on a range of Family Law and domestic and family violence matters.
Isolation is often a key issue for women who have experienced domestic violence and rebuilding social supports and connections is essential to their recovery. The program is committed to providing a range of opportunities for women to connect and be involved in their community.
The Domestic Violence Program is committed to better understanding and equipping the community with information and knowledge about the impact of domestic and family violence on survivors, their family and supports and the broader community.
The Injustice of Intimacy podcast series produced by Northside Connect is a resource for victim survivors and their supporters. Series One focuses on Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and Series Two focuses on coercive control. These podcasts can be found at the following link: https://www.buzzsprout.com/296531
The Domestic Violence program offers a range of therapeutic activities and groups focused on health and wellbeing for those with lived experience of domestic and family violence. One of the regular groups offered is Journeys a free, confidential program, that runs over several weeks, for women who have experienced violence and/or other forms of abuse in their intimate relationships. The group is facilitated by two domestic violence workers and combines therapeutic and educational components.