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  • Womensline

    Womensline 1800 811 811 About Womensline DVConnect Womensline is the only state wide telephone service offering women who are experiencing domestic or family violence 24 hours a day 7 days a...

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    Mensline 1800 600 636  About Mensline  Mensline is a free, confidential telephone, counselling, referral and support service especially set up for men. It is a Queensland wide service that operates...

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    Sexual Assault Helpline   1800 010 120 About Sexual Assault Helpline/How we help The State-wide Sexual Assault Line is here to offer telephone support and counselling to anyone – women, men and...

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2 days ago

DVConnect

Thank you Bayside United Soccer Club for supporting DVConnect and standing up against Domestic and Family Violence!

We wish you good luck in your DV Awareness Day tomorrow night. If you’re in the local area and love soccer, why not support the team in raising awareness.
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2 days ago

DVConnect

Our awesome DVConnect staff participated in the Australia's CEO Challenge Darkness Daylight event this morning to raise awareness against Domestic and Family Violence.

It was a chilly start to the 10km walk/run held at South Bank Parklands. Fantastic to see our favourite supporters QSuper in action as well as many other corporate and community organisations.

The message is clear…let’s all work together to stop Domestic Violence!
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4 days ago

DVConnect

Over 15 – 17 May, ANROWS (Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety), held their second National Research Conference in Sydney.
The event was mostly attended by practitioners, policy makers (both state and federal) and academics who came together to “learn, connect and reflect as we meet the challenge of responding to violence against women and their children”.

DVConnect’s Practice Manager (Sophie McCashin) who was fortunate enough to attend thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to learn more about key issues of concern and strategies to successfully work with diverse communities affected by domestic and family violence and sexual assault. Presentations particularly around ‘Conceptualisations of violence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities’, ‘Crossing the Line: Trans and Gender Diverse People and their experiences of community and family violence’, and ‘Young People and Violence: A focus on both prevention and intervention’ were particularly educational in informing the work that DVConnect does and can continue to improve on.

DVConnect would like to acknowledge ANROWS and the Conference delegates for their expertise and commitment that they brought to the 3 day event. DVConnect would also like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose beautiful land the Conference was held, and we pay our deepest respects to their past, present and future elders, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegates who attended the Conference. Thank you for welcoming us to the conversation and providing us with the opportunity for further learning.
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1 week ago

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Congratulations to Glenala State High School for their wonderful work on producing the ‘ NO to Domestic and Family Violence’ video and their commitment to raising awareness within the community!

Please share on your business or personal facebook page to spread this powerful message!

www.facebook.com/GlenalaSHSOfficial/videos/1627446157370299/

Glenala State High School
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1 week ago

DVConnect

Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHTB).

There is limited research and information available on numbers of individuals who identify as trans or gender diverse in Queensland, and therefore, limited data on the prevalance and unique risk factors of domestic, family and sexual violence that exist in this community.

In acknowledgement of this important day of awareness, and also as part of DV Prevention month, we want our rainbow identifying friends in the LGBTIQA community to know DVConnect’s services and support is available at all time.

DVConnect is committed to continuing to improve our response in service delivery to diverse community groups and minority groups within QLD.
Happy IDAHTB everyone!
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1 week ago

DVConnect

We would like to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to our wonderful partner, QSuper.

In recognition of Domestic Violence Prevention Month, QSuper hosted both a breakfast and afternoon tea with a gold coin donation to DVConnect. We are delighted by the continual support of QSuper in our life-saving work and in their stance that domestic, family and sexual violence is not acceptable.

Michelle Wicks, had the opportunity to also highlight the importance of our transformation program, which is designed to further strengthen our services, systems and processes so we can be more responsive and relevant, using the latest practice thinking and technologies in today’s environment.
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