Safety Apps for your Mobile Phone – Helps to increase your safety when using mobile phones, iPads and tablets.
Each app has different information and services, some are linked to where you live and safety apps that you can use to send messages or call 000 if you are in danger. Australian Institute for Health & Wellfare
How do you apply for an Apprehended Violence Order – Legal Aid Website
Charmed & Dangerous– Information Booklet on understanding the effects of domestic violence on women and children. Warning signs, safety planning, legal information and important numbers.
Domestic violence services and support contact list– Emergency Numbers, Housing Information, Financial Help, Assault Service, Legal Assistance, Disability, LGBTIQ issues & Counselling for Men, Women & Children effected by violence.- Department of Communities & Justice
Safe from violence – This booklet is a guide for women who are leaving or separating from violence. Includes: checklists, information & support.
Victoria - Domestic and Family Violence Referral Options – This booklet provides contacts for telephone crisis counselling, refuge referral, emergency accommodation, & information for people separating from violence in Victoria. Includes: Advocacy for Older Victorians, Assault Support Services, Legal Services, Counselling & Services for Men, Women & Children - Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV)
Family Safety Packs for men and women coming to Australia – Includes information on Australia’s laws regarding domestic and family violence, sexual assault and forced marriage, and a woman’s right to be safe. Addressing violence against women from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. Publications in 46 languages - Department of Social Services
My Safety Plan – This is a fantastic booklet which can help you with your safety planning around your home, social networks, work environments and also includes pages for you to take notes.
Stepping Up For Kids – Information on understanding and finding ways to support children who have or are experiencing Family or Domestic Violence.
Start Safely Subsidy – Information brochure on obtaining short term financial assistance from Housing NSW to help in securing accommodation for women and children who have been affected by Domestic of Family Violence.
Rent Choice Start Safely Factsheet – Information factsheet on the Start Safely Program – Includes: Who can get it ? / How does it work ? Affordability?
Release of medical information – This form gives consent for ‘Victims Services’ to contact your health professional to obtain any reports, notes and medical information that is relevant to any acts of violence against you, to determine entitlement to support for you.
Application for support for primary victims – Victims of violence support scheme application to apply for counselling, financial assistance or a recognition payment.
The Victims Support Scheme application for counselling – Victims of violent crimes can use this form to apply for counselling.
Technology and family violence – Things to be aware of. Map your digital world. Tips to increase your safety. Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria
How to deal with Domestic Violence – A Self - Help Booklet for men who want to change there behaviour.
Warning signs of abuse quiz – Are you feeling worried about your relationship but not sure if there is abuse involved? Take a few minutes to fill in this WARNING SIGNS QUIZ. Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria.
Is it Love or Control ? quiz – Help to find out if your partners actions are caring or controlling? Love The Good The Bad And The Ugly
Are You Being Abused ? quiz – Use this quiz to help you find out if you are being abused and to recognise the signs. Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria.
Daisy App – This Downloadable App can help connect people experiencing violence or abuse to services in their local area. Simply Choose the type of service you would like and then select your state or territory.
Safety Apps for Mobile Phones, Ipads & Tablets – Here are multiple downloadable apps to choose from, that can help to increase your safety when using devices. Information on healthy relationships, advice, links to support services & automatic 000 messaging.
Documentation Tips For Survivors Of
Technology Abuse & Stalking – This is a safety guide to give you ideas about how and what to document in case of online stalking and harassment from emails, social media, text messages and phone calls.
Safety planning checklist
– This checklist suggests some of the things you might want to include in your safety plan.
More ideas on keeping yourself and your children safe.
The best way to make a safety plan is with the assistance of a support service. National Sexual Assault Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service
Your escape bag checklist
– Describes how to use your safety bag, what to include and how to print out or safe your list. National Sexual Assault Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service
Staying Home - Leaving Violence ( SHLV)
– This is a domestic & family violence program aimed at housing stability for women & children. How to stay safe in your home.
The Arc App
– a free app that enables you to identify patterns of behaviour that make you feel scared,
unsafe, undermined or intimidated, record your experiences, and tell your story - ARC
Mens Self- Help Assessment Tool
– This is a self - evaluation tool if you have concerns about your or your partners behaviour. - Men & Family Centre
Password Checklist Tip Sheet
– You can use this checklist to check what passwords you may want to change after leaving a violent relationship - Legal Aid NSW
Family Violence Factsheet - Tenancy WA
– Fact Sheet for people who need to make changes in their tenancy due to family violence.
- Community Legal Centre for Tenants