Are you affected by family and domestic violence? Are you struggling with behaviours in your relationships you wish to change?
Do you need family violence prevention training to help you in your work?
Read on to find what you need…
Support for you or someone you care about
To discuss your personal and/or family needs please call our Intake team on 1300 364 277 during business hours or make a Service Enquiry below.
For immediate help the following services are available 24/7:
- Domestic Violence and Aboriginal Family Violence Gateway – call 1800 800 098 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- 1800 RESPECT – National Sexual Violence, Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service – Call 1800 737 732
Services we provide to support women, men, couples, families, young people and children affected by family and domestic violence include:
- Family relationship counselling
- Personal counselling
- Post-separation support including mediation
- Counselling for children and young people
- Elder relationship services
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Domestic Violence Service
- Specialised Individual and Group Family Violence Counselling programs
Links to other services
- Police or Ambulance – Call 000
- Mensline Australia
- DAISY App
- Kids Help Line
- Blue Knot Foundation
- Another Closet – LGBTIQ Domestic and Family Violence
- White Ribbon
Family Violence Training Programs for Professionals
The AVERT Family Violence training package is an innovative, multi-disciplinary training package in responding effectively to family violence. Designed for workers at all levels within the family law and human services sectors, the training provides sound and practical information for responding appropriately and promoting safety for all involved. To enrol and for more information go to AVERT Family Violence.
The DOORS is a three part framework that assists separating parents and the helping professions to detect and respond to both wellbeing and safety risks. Relationships Australia SA uses Family DOORS framework as part of our service delivery to recognise patterns of risk. This process strengthens safety, parenting capacity, relationship respect, and psychological health.
Available both nationally and internationally, professionals can learn more about how to use the tool at The Family Law DOORS website.
(Jennifer E. McIntosh and Claire Ralfs (2012). The DOORS Detection of Overall Risk Screen Framework. Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra.)
Submission to Royal Commission into Family Violence
- West (Hindmarsh)
- Outer West (Port Adelaide)
- South (Marion)
- North (Salisbury)
- North (Elizabeth)
- Riverland (Berri)
- City (Frome Street)
Many RASA services are fully funded and there is no cost to the person attending. Where a fee applies it is determined according to household income and includes concession rates. Fees can be negotiated or waived.
For training and professional development costs, please contact the Australian Institute of Social Relations on 08 8245 8100.