Domestic and family violence experienced by Aboriginal women and children must be understood in a historical, cultural, spiritual and holistic context. Abuse may occur within families, intimate relationships, kinship networks and communities. The diversity and differences in customs and language must also be considered in relation to domestic and family violence.
Warrina employ experienced, Aboriginal staff who are able to provide sensitive and culturally appropriate services to women and children in a safe, secure and confidential environment. At Warrina, we strive to empower all women and give them the opportunity to make positive life changes.
Aboriginal families can be assured that culturally sensitive support is provided across all of our services.