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Supported Transitional Accommodation

Transitional Accommodation provides women with a safe and supported environment to continue achieving their goals.

Transitional Accommodation can be accessed by women who seek additional support and/or have faced challenges in finding appropriate, secure, and affordable housing after leaving refuge.

This option ensures ongoing support informed by family and domestic violence (FDV) experiences as women transition from refuge settings.

The Support Coordinator provides holistic case management support. During this time women are supported and encouraged to engage in further education, gain employment and link in with necessary services to support their individual future goals, healing, and recovery.

This includes support and assistance to explore referral opportunities, attend groups, workshops and access additional support and engage in programs at Zonta House and in your community.

I felt safe for the first time in many months and was surrounded by support workers who also gave a sense that they were also interested in my safety and wellbeing.

Anonymous Transitional Accommodation Client

Zonta House aims to provide an opportunity for women to access Family and Domestic Violence support without discrimination or judgement.

We can provide support with:

  • Conducting risk assessments
  • Developing safety plans with regular risk reviews
  • FDV informed case management
  • Providing FDV information and resources
  • Providing court support
  • Advocating for you with other services
  • Referrals to relevant support services
  • Referrals to alternative long term, safe and affordable accommodation

For more information or to speak to the Support Coordinator please contact 1800 870 149 – option 1

alternatively via email [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

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