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Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach

We offer individual support and links for men from anywhere in WA to assist their attempts to make behavioural changes that positively impact their relationships with their partner, ex-partner and children after an incident of family and domestic violence.

Men's Support Services

Domestic Violence Outreach

Helping women and children experiencing family and domestic violence to stay in their own home.

Our Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach program is a telephone support service to help men bring about positive behaviour changes in their lives to develop respectful relationships with their partner, ex-partner and children.

The Benefits of Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach

Our Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach program provides:

  • Assistance to men to gain an understanding of their part in the cycle of violence and in taking responsibility for their use of violence and abuse;
  • Referrals and links to individual and group programs suiting the individual circumstances and needs of participants attempting to make sustainable behavioural changes;
  • A collaborative approach to developing strategies and plans to assist men make decisions to best build stronger families.

Who Can Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach Help?

Our Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach program is available to all men living within WA who are ready and willing to make long-term behavioural changes.

How Can Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach be Accessed?

Men can access our Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach program via a self-referral or referral by a supporting agency.

Please complete our Online Referral Form to commence the process.

Where is Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach Located?

Our Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach program operates from our Communicare Breathing Space facility in Calista, Western Australia.

For more details and hours of operation, please click here.

Acknowledgements

Our Safe at Home Domestic Violence Outreach program is funded by the Government of Western Australia Department of Communities with additional support from Lotterywest.