Case Management Services: Staying Home Leaving Violence & Breaking Free
Staying Home and Leaving Violence
The Staying Home Leaving Violence Program provides support to women who have experienced or continue to experience domestic violence and who have separated from the violent person.
If you are living in the Coffs Harbour LGA and are over 18 years old, then we can support you to remain safely in your home to maintain your family, friends, school and work connections. We work together with local services, including police if you want, to make your home and family more safe.
The program provides a range of supports for women and their children including safety planning, home security, support for women and children through the legal process with AVO’s and family law, information and referrals to other services and support with Victim Services applications.
If you would like to make an enquiry please contact us by phoning: 0448 129 972, 0456 769 563, 0429 040 025, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
You have the right to live in a home that is safe and free from violence
Was your partner abusive and did their gambling addiction impact your life….?
Or are you struggling with your own gambling habits after your relationship broke down?
Gambling is often a secret experience and when it occurs alongside domestic violence, it can be hard to know where to turn for support. Breaking Free is here to provide that first step.
The Breaking Free program aims to support women (and women with children) who have experienced, or continue to experience, domestic violence and are also impacted by gambling.
If you are living in the Coffs Harbour LGA and are over 18 years of age, we offer specialist case management, focusing on strengths and building empowerment to support you through the struggles you face. We work together with local services to explore and address financial concerns, create safety, provide assistance with Victim Services applications, enhance connection between parent and child and provide support with family law matters.
Funded by NSW Department of Customer Service, Office of Responsible Gambling.