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Domestic and family violence is not okay.

  • If you need urgent help, call the police on 000.
  • If you need housing in a women’s refuge, call 1800 811 811.
  • Find other support services.

Resources

We have produced a range of resources on domestic and family violence to help you have the information you need. The printed resources are available in Torres Strait Islander Creole and Wik Mungkan. These resources feature unique Indigenous artwork developed by Rachael Sarra, a proud Goreng Goreng woman.

A discrete booklet with information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people affected by domestic and family violence.

Booklet
Reach out for help booklet - Wik Mungkan translation Reach out for help booklet - Yumplatok translation
   

An information card containing basic information about the importance of preparing for court appearances, asking questions and seeking help.

Reach out for help booklet cover - Wik Mungkan translation  Reach out for help booklet cover - Wik Mungkan translation
Wallet card
Reach out for help wallet card cover - Wik Mungkan translation Reach out for help wallet card cover - Wik Mungkan translation 
   

To order copies please email: dfvcourtprogram@justice.qld.gov.au

Watch a short video explaining the variety of forms domestic and family violence can take

Radio segments:

Listen to segment 1 (WAV, 8.3 MB)

Listen to segment 2 (WAV, 8.3 MB)

Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women DFV resources

Reach out for help

Domestic and family violence is not okay.

Domestic violence orders

Domestic violence orders can help to protect your safety and help stop the violence.

Going to court

It is important you have the support you need when you go to court.

If someone says you’ve used domestic violence

It’s important you have the support and information you need to understand the process. Reach out