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Families Without Fear

We offer a confidential and supportive environment for both men and women who have used abusive or violent behaviours in their relationships to work towards improving how they interact with their partners and families.

Men's Support Services

Families without Fear

Supporting both men and women improve how they interact with their partners and families when family and domestic violence has been involved.

Our Families Without Fear program is an individual and group counselling service; divided into a program for women and one for men.

The community based program aims to fill a gap in support services for both men and women who wish to improve their abusive and violent behaviours.

The Benefits of Families Without Fear

Our Families Without Fear program provides assistance to both men and women to better understand and improve their intimate family relationships including:

  • Recognising unsafe situations and making appropriate choices to minimise the impact of these.

  • Managing emotions such as how to have a disagreement without aggression.

  • Strategies to be a supportive partner, work on oneself to become happier, healthier and a better partner.

Who Can Families Without Fear Help?

Our Families Without Fear program is available to all men and women living within WA who identify as having used violent behaviours in their relationships and are motivated to achieving positive behavioural changes.

How Can Families Without Fear be Accessed?

Men and women can access our Families Without Fear program via the following methods:

  • A self-referral or referral by a supporting agency, or;

  • Mandated through the Family Violence Court.

Please complete our Online Referral Form to commence the process.

Where is Families Without Fear Located? 

Our Families Without Fear program operates from offices situated in Armadale, Cannington, Kwinana and Perth, Western Australia.

For more information and contact details, please click here.

Acknowledgements

Our Families Without Fear program is funded by the Government of Western Australia Department of Justice for court mandated referrals.