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The Safe at Home Choose Change program is a support service designed to assist men to bring about positive behaviour changes in their lives.

The program supports individuals to develop respectful relationships with their family members, partner, ex-partner, and children following a domestic violence incident.

The program supports men in gaining an understanding of their role in the cycle of violence and accepting responsibility for their abusive or violent behaviours. It also provides information and referrals to services relevant to the individual’s needs. The Safe at Home Choose Change program works on a collaborative approach to developing skills and plans that influence positive decision making and safer home environments.

The Safe at Home Choose Change program is funded by the Government of Western Australia Department of Communities.

Who can it help?

The program is available to men living within WA, who have been referred to our service by Family Domestic Violence Response Teams (FDVRT) and are committed to make behavioural changes.

Next steps

Safe at Home is only offered to men living in WA who have been referred by the FDVRT.


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