There are many government and community support services in Queensland to help you if you’re in a domestic violence relationship. Most provide free services.
Support services, legal services and community services
Use our search tools to find a support service for victims of violent crime in Queensland:
- Find a support service - Victims of crime
- Find a support service - Domestic and Family Violence
Find out about getting financial help through Victim Assist Queensland. Call 1300 546 587 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help going to court
All parties involved in a domestic violence court matter may be able to access court support through the volunteer Court Network. Call 1800 267 671 (toll free) or email email@example.com.
Victims of domestic violence may be able to get help with going to court through the Victim Coordination Program run by Victim Assist Queensland. Call 1300 546 587 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help stopping violent behaviour
- Get support to stop violent or abusive behaviour in your relationships.
- Contact DVConnect Mensline on 1800 600 636.
- Contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.
DVConnect Womensline provides 24/7 referral to crisis accommodation for women and children affected by domestic violence in Queensland. (It also provides confidential advice and counselling).
Find out what a refuge is like and how long you can stay. Call 1800 811 811.
Help for hearing impaired people
- TTY users: 13 36 77 (no additional call charges apply)
- Speak and listen (speech-to-speech relay) users: 1300 555 727
- Internet relay users: National Relay Service
- How to make a safety plan (Queensland Government)
- Videos on domestic violence