Here are links to other women’s safety, domestic violence and sexual assault resources, services and organisations as well as referral services for men.
Each year in May we mark Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month, with the aim of sending a clear message that we will not tolerate this type of violence in our community.
Domestic and family violence is when an individual uses behaviour to control or maintain power over a person they are in a relationship with or are related to.
The Domestic Violence Resource Service (Mackay & Region) will receive more than $3.2 million from the Queensland Government over the next three years.
If you have fears for your safety and have decided to leave, it is important that you make a safety plan to help you and your children stay safe.
Domestic and family violence is not always physical. Abuse can be emotional, social, verbal, sexual, financial or cultural. All forms of abuse should be taken seriously.
If you feel threatened or unsafe, or if you’re planning to leave an abusive partner, then you need to protect yourself online. Here are some ways to help stay safe.
What do you do if you suspect that someone you know is experiencing domestic and family violence?
If you’re experiencing domestic or family violence, a domestic violence protection order can help protect you.