We can help you find pathways to safety
DVConnect can help you find pathways to safety, away from domestic and family violence. We help all Queenslanders – women, men and children. All ages, all religions, all incomes, all accessibilities, all ethnicities including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) people and the LGBTIQ+ community. If you, or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call us. We will listen and explain the options available to you.
1800 811 811, anytime 24/7.
If you are a Queenslander, you identify as female and you’re experiencing domestic and family violence, please call the DVConnect Womensline. We can help you anytime 24/7 on 1800 811 811. Womensline is a free crisis counselling helpline available to all Queenslanders who are experiencing domestic and family violence. Womensline arranges practical assistance such as emergency transport and emergency accommodation away from a violent home, as well as crisis counselling and intervention. Womensline receives one call every seven minutes.
Learn more about Womensline.
1800 600 636, available between 9am – midnight, 7 days.
If you are a Queenslander, you identify as male, and you are either experiencing or using domestic and family violence in your relationship, please call DVConnect’s Mensline. DVConnect Mensline is a free, telephone crisis counselling referral, information and support help line. The DVConnect Mensline is available by calling 1800 600 636 between 9am – midnight, 7 days. Mensline offers counselling, referral and support for both men who are experiencing domestic violence, as well as men who are using violence in their relationships, to help them amend their behaviours.
Learn more about Mensline.