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How can you make a difference in the community?

Know what domestic and family violence (DFV) looks like.

Don’t be afraid to ask if you think someone is impacted by domestic and family violence.

Know your local domestic and family violence service and their contact details.

Let people know about 24/7 crisis lines like DVConnect and 1800Respect.

Call 000 if someone is in danger.

Listen openly, offer support and respect their choice to accept support, when they’re ready.

Bring attention to the issue of domestic and family violence 

Powerful Together Campaign

We need your help to increase awareness of domestic and family violence so that as a community we work together to reduce the number of women, men and children affected in the Logan area.

The Powerful Together Campaign is a Not Now, Not Ever in Logan initiative that brings together businesses, organisations and government to raise community awareness about respectful relationships, what constitutes domestic and family violence, what can be done to prevent it and what support is available.

How can you help?

  • Display the Powerful Together badges, postcards, posters and Quick Help Guides in the public access areas of your business.
  • Tell your staff about the campaign and display the posters in staff lunch areas and bathrooms.
  • Promote your support for the campaign through social media.  Use the hashtags #PowerfulTogether and #NotNowNotEverinLogan.
  • Take photos of your staff (with their permission) wearing the Powerful Together badges to post with your messages of support on social media.

Find out more about Powerful Together.

Powerful Together is a community project made possible with funding from Logan City Council.

We won’t stop until our community has zero tolerance for domestic and family violence.

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Hand out our Quick Help guide

Download, print and hand out our Quick Help guide.

You can get printed copies at Logan hairdressers, police stations, medical centres, community services and Council offices.

If you are a local business or community group and you’d like to printed copies, please email us: notinlogan@yfs.org.au.

Put up our posters

Powerful Together posters

Powerful Together poster

Banner Campaign

In 2020 almost 30 Logan businesses and community groups showed their support by sponsoring street banners that flew in prominent locations across Logan.

Show your support by displaying our eye-catching posters. 

Click on the links below to download printable PDF files.

To get printed copies, email us: notinlogan@yfs.org.au.

Circulate our postcards

Our postcards can help you spread the word about Not Now, Not Ever in Logan. 

To get printed copies, email us: notinlogan@yfs.org.au.


Silence and a lack of knowledge about domestic and family violence enables violence to persist.

The Our Watch campaign to end violence against women and children provides important advice for all of us.

What teens can do

If you’re a young person, find out what you can do to help end violence against women and learn about how common this is among young people in Australia today.

What parents and caregivers can do

Parents and carers are key sources of information for their children and can promote positive messages and modelling about issues like respect, equality, gender, consent and violence. 

What men can do

Men have an important role to play in ending violence against women and their children.

What women can do

Women and girls, like men and boys, have a role to play in promoting gender equality and challenging gender stereotypes.

What workers can do

Professionals like teachers, managers and sector workers have an important role to play in preventing violence against women and their children. Find out what you can do in your field.

R4Respect and Men4Respect

Young people in Logan are leading the charge to end domestic and family violence through the R4Respect and Men4Respect campaigns. Youth ambassadors are supporting other young people to develop the values, knowledge and skills they need for respectful relationships. They’re aiming to prevent controlling and abusive behaviour at a young age as this can feed the cycle of domestic and family violence.