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A free counselling service for young people who have experienced family and domestic violence

Openspace offers accessible, timely support to young people who have experience family and domestic violence and abuse.

Through the provision of one-on-one counselling support, the program aims to keep young people safe and support them through their recovery. OpenSpace also offers individual mentoring, therapeutic group work, informal workshops, peer support development, and referrals to specialist services.

OpenSpace takes a holistic case management approach, meaning it improves the young person’s situation by focusing on multiple areas of their wellbeing. The program is funded by the Government of Western Australia, Department of Communities.


Who can it help

OpenSpace assist young people aged 12 to 24 who have experienced family and domestic violence and reside in the City of Rockingham areas.

Last night I went to sleep by myself and didn’t have a panic attack and kept my anxiety down, which I’m really proud of.”

– 17 Year old OpenSpace participant

Next Steps

OpenSpace can be contacted via email at or by calling
0400 847 983 or 0412 900 938.


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