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is a whole community response to domestic and family violence.

 

As a community, we aim to raise awareness and work together to make the City of Logan a safe and supportive community, where domestic and family violence is not tolerated and respectful relationships are the norm.

INFORMATION - SUPPORT - LINKS - IMPORTANT CONTACT DETAILS:

EMERGENCY

 

Call police - 000

 

 

HOTLINES

 

DV Connect Women’s Line - 1800 811 811

 

DV Connect Men’s Line - 1800 600 636

 

Lifeline - 131 114

 

Relationships Australia - 1300 364 277

 

Sexual Assault Helpline - 1800 010 120

 

Men’s Line Australia - 1300 789 978

 

Elder Abuse Hotline - 1300 651 192

 

1800RESPECT - 1800 737 732

 

QLife (LGBTI Helpline) - 1800 184 527

 

 

LOCAL SUPPORT

 

Working Against Violence

Support Service (WAVSS) - 3808 5566

 

Centacare Domestic Violence

Assistance Program - 3807 7622

 

YFS - 3826 1500

(family, housing, financial counselling,

young people, men’s DV, women and

children-Beaudesert/Jimboomba)

 

Logan Women’s Health

& Wellbeing Centre - 3801 8368

 

Centre Against Sexual Violence - 3808 3299

 

Family and Child Connect - 133 264

 

 

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY

 

WWILD - 3262 9877

 

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

 

Kids Helpline - 1800 551 800

 

Department of Child Safety - 1300 679 849

 

Child and Youth Mental Health Services - 3290 0500

 

headspace Meadowbrook

(Mental Health 12-25 yrs)  - 3804 4200

 

 

LEGAL SUPPORT

 

Women’s Legal Service Helpline - 1800 957 957

 

ATSI Women’s Legal and Advocacy Service

1800 442 450 or 3720 9089

 

Legal Aid Queensland - 1300 651 188

 

LGBTI Legal Service Inc. - 0401 936 232

 

 

ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT

ISLANDER SUPPORT

 

ATSICHS Southside Family Wellbeing Service - 3200 4762

 

Murri Sisters Association Inc. - 3841 0133

 

 

CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY

DIVERSE SUPPORT

 

Access Community Services - 3412 8222

 

Migrant Women’s Advice Service - 1800 911 874

 

Islamic Women’s Association of Australia - 3208 6333

 

MultiLink Community Services Inc. - 3808 4463

 

 

 

If you suspect someone you know is involved in domestic violence there are certainly ways you can help.

It is never advisable to put yourself in a position where you could be in danger.

 

Always contact police in an emergency or if someone’s life is in danger.

You can contact your local police station or alternatively ring Triple Zero (000).

 

By just offering support or being there to listen can often be an important first step in helping resolve the situation.

 

For more information contact:

 

Email: notinlogan@yfs.org.au     Telephone: 07 3826 1500              Not Now, Not Ever in Logan