If you are not in an emergency, but you wanted information from the Police, call them on 131 444 at their headquarters. If you are looking for a missing person, contact the Police on 9223 3666.
Dealing with sexual assault and domestic and family violence is never easy, but our qualified and experienced counsellors can provide information and refer you to support services that can help. Call 1800 737 732 for free annonymous phone counselling.
Going through tough times? Having some stress, anxiety and feeling down? If so, call beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636.
Crisis Care is one of hte first calls you should make in a crisis. They will direct you to a Refuge if you need accomodation too.
Telephone Crisis Care when:
You need someone to help sort out a serious problem.
You are concerned about the wellbeing of a child.
You are escaping domestic violence and need help.
Arguments are causing unhappiness and problems in your family.
You are alone or afraid and urgently need to talk to someone.
You are homeless.
You need counselling, information or other support
If you are a women in a domestic violence relationship and need help with a safety planning, legal advice or representation at court for a violence restraining order, the Domestic Violence Legal Unit may be able to help you. Call the hotline on 1300 650 579.
The Women's Law Centre is a community legal centre funded to provide free legal services for women of Western Australia. We provide information about legal issues and referral to support services, legal advice, casework, community legal education and law reform advocacy.
The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) is part of the Women and Newborn Health Service. SARC has over 35 years of experience in providing high-quality care for females and males, 13 years and over, who have been affected by sexual assault or sexual abuse. Call the hotline on 1800 199 888, call the emergency number for recent sexual assult 9340 1828, or call the number for emergency phone counselling on 9340 1828.
MensLine Australia is a professional telephone and online support and information service for Australian men that perpetrate violence against their partners. Call on 1300 78 99 78.
If you would to find more services, visit the Women's Council for Domestic & Family Violence Services (WA) website. However, the WCDFVS is a peak body for domestic and family services in WA and does not provide support to victims or perpetrators directly.
If you are in an emergency situation, call the Police on 000 immediately.
It is vital to have safety plans in place if you are considering leaving a violent home or even if you are living in a home enviroment where there is domestic and family abuse. Safety plans are developed to keep you safe in the home, at work, on the computer, and anywhere else where you might be at risk of abuse. CLICK HERE to find out more about how to be safe, or visit the "Get Help" section of the Women's Council website.