There are lots of other organisations that can help you with counselling, financial and legal advice, and safety planning including staying safe online.
To access 24/7 counselling and support call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732.
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Government and community support services
The national family violence and sexual assault counselling service. It’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It’s confidential and free to call. They can also help if you think your online activities are being watched with advice about keeping safe online.
- call 1800 737 732 at any time to speak with a professional counsellor
- use the services and support map to find help in your area
- find more information on the 1800RESPECT website
Australian Electoral Commission
Contact the Australian Electoral Commission to register as a silent elector if you think having your address on the electoral roll would put you or your family's safety at risk.
Daisy is a free app that connects you to services in your local area. You can create a list of services and save them. These could be legal, housing, financial and children’s services. You can also search the internet with Daisy and understand what to expect when contacting a service.
Family Relationship Advice
The Family Relationship Advice Line provides information on family issues and parenting arrangements after separation. They can also refer you to local services for more help.
Call 1800 050 321:
- Monday to Friday - 8 am and 8 pm
- Saturday - 10 am and 4 pm
Financial Counselling Australia
Financial counsellors that are free and private.
Call 1800 007 007 to speak to someone in your state.
Kids Helpline is a free service for young people aged 5 to 25.
- call 1800 551 800 at any time, or
- find more information on the Kids Helpline website
Lifeline can provide personal crisis support services if you’re affected by family or domestic violence.
Call 131 114 at any time.
MensLine Australia is a telephone and online support service. They provide specialist help to people affected by family and domestic violence. They also offer support to people using violence.
- call 1300 789 978 at any time
- go to the MensLine Australia website
National Legal Aid
National Legal Aid can help you find the legal aid commission in your state or territory.
White Ribbon gives you a list of organisations that can help.
Keeping safe online
If you think your online activities are being watched or monitored, call 1800RESPECT or visit their website to learn more about keeping safe online.