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Mobile Outreach

By providing holistic support, outreach services empower victim/survivors to navigate the challenges of leaving abusive relationships and rebuilding their lives independently.

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This program provides FDV support to women in the Southern Corridor of Perth and works with women who are residing separately and who are currently living with perpetrators of violence and abuse.

Women are provided with the opportunity to be supported through brief intervention and/or case management support which includes 6-12 weeks of intensive and specialised support.

Whilst in the program, I have regained a sense of security for myself and my children. I am now able to feel protected again. I am grateful for all the help I have received.

Anonymous Client

This can include;

  • Crisis Intervention – Assistance can be provided to victim/survivors in crisis situations, focusing on safety and helping them access essential resources.
  • Safety Planning – Partnering with Victim/survivors in developing personalised safety plans to minimize risk of harm and navigate potential dangers.
  • Legal Advocacy – Assistance is provided in navigating the legal system, obtaining restraining orders and accessing legal resources.
  • Counselling and Therapy – Mental health support and/or referrals are offered to victim/survivors to help process trauma, heal from emotional wounds and regain a sense of control and empowerment.
  • Housing Assistance – Support with finding safe accommodation is offered to survivors fleeing abusive environments.
  • Financial Empowerment – Referrals to financial literacy programs and job training and assistance with accessing financial resources to help survivors achieve economic independence and stability.

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For more information or to speak to the Support Coordinator please contact Outreach Support Coordinator

on mobile 0450 880 116 alternatively via email [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you help with housing needs?

We do not directly provide housing assistance however, we can assist you to feel safer within your home such as supporting you with CCTV, and other security measures. We can also provide assistance with public housing applications, as well as referrals to other support services who can assist with property-related matters.

Can you provide legal assistance?

We are unable to directly provide legal assistance however; we can assist in referrals to other not-for-profit organisation’s which can provide you with support. Our staff are able to support you to apply for a FVRO in court.

How can I access the program?

You can call one of our workers on 1800 870 149, if safe to do so or fill out the contact form and one of our team will get back to you as soon as we are able.

What if I’m not ready to leave my partner?

We understand that leaving  an abusive relationship can be extremely difficult however, it is important that you are supported and feel as safe as possible if choosing to stay with your partner. We can provide case-management support if you are not yet ready to leave, and will walk with you on your personal journey.

What is a safety plan?

Our Support Coordinators will work with you to create a safety plan to help you feel safer from family and domestic violence, whether you have left your relationship or you choose to stay.

Sometimes safety plans might include trusted family members, friends, or support services who you feel comfortable to contact for support. It also includes your perpetrator’s identifying details, ways in which you can keep yourself safe, and useful numbers such as 000 and Crisis Care.

What services does the Mobile Outreach program offer?

Our therapeutic approach to case management includes response-based risk assessment, safety planning, weekly meetings/check-ins, assistance with legal support (such as obtaining a FVRO), referrals to financial counselling, mental health support, and emergency relief assistance.

If you are in immediate danger, or someone you know is in immediate danger please do not hesitate and call Police on 000.

If you are at risk, please ensure you follow the eSafety Commission recommendations for staying safe online.

Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) can happen in relationships with a partner, defacto, family member, carer, boyfriend or girlfriend.

This behaviour can be threatening, abusive, violent, coercive, stalking, controlling, making someone feel scared and/or forcing them to do things they don’t want to do.

It can occur in current or past imitate relationships, family settings, or extended family groups.

For more information on what is considered Family and Domestic Violence, or how to identify it please visit Safe and Equal or 1800RESPECT. WA’s after-hours response helpline is available 24/7 if you are in crisis and need urgent help for refuge assessment or emergency accommodation options Crisis Care Free Call 1800 199 008