DVConnect releases new brand

26 November 2018  |  DVConnect, the organisation that provides Queensland’s 24 hour 7 day crisis phone based service line for people who are in domestic violence environments, launched the brand refresh project today to reflect the organisation’s recent transformation.

Michelle Wicks, Business Transformation Manager at DVConnect, said “we have listened to community and service partners and proud to present our new brand, it reflects the strength and diversity of people affected by domestic, family and sexual violence who need our services.”

The brand refresh reflects the Organisation’s new mission that through collaboration we are enabling seamless pathways from violence to safety and beyond. DVConnect’s core values of respect, safety, equity, accountability and empowerment remains the same.

You will see these changes reflected on our website and Facebook Page.

Imagery has been chosen to reflect empowerment, hope and accessibility following comprehensive research. The modernised logo and imagery aims to convey connection and a fresh approach to connect with all people who may need DVConnect services.


If you or someone you know needs help, please call us:

Womensline 1800 811 811
Mensline 1800 600 636
Sexual Assault Line 1800 010 120
1800RESPECT 1800 737 732

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Thank you for your help, for everything you have done for me over the last few days. Your services are more than impressive and impeccable for anyone who may be in danger or in need of help of any kind. I may not be here today without your protection and the services you provided me. It is amazing to know there are people out there that give their absolute best to keep others safe, because they can and they care. Before making the call to you I felt too ashamed and far too proud to ask anyone for help. But now I feel strong knowing that I had the courage to put my hand up and ask for help. It saved my life! 

Sarah, Gold Coast

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  • Provide more emergency transport and accommodation to those escaping violence.
  • Provide more temporary accommodation for pets whose families have escaped violence.
  • Provide more crisis counselling to those who have experienced violence.
  • Educate Queenslanders on how they can help family/friends experiencing violence.