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Counselling service

Domestic violence support options

Stressed woman

For 24-hour assistance, contact Salvo Care Line on 1300 36 36 22.

Our trained telephone counsellors are available to offer a listening ear.

If you are being assaulted, physically or sexually, or threatened by someone you live with, then you are experiencing domestic violence.

You don't have to keep suffering. There is help available.

A listening ear



Call The Salvation Army’s caring telephone counsellors at Salvo Care Line any time, day or night, to talk or seek referral information.

Women’s refuges

Visit the section on women’s refuges to find out about our safe accommodation facilities for women and their children in a number of confidential locations. Call Salvo Care Line for referral information.

Northside Women's Service

Northside Women's Service is a free and confidential service that’s providing hope for women living on Sydney’s north shore who are victims of domestic violence.

Clients are educated on domestic violence and its effects and taught how to live a life without fear. Safe accommodation is also found for women wanting to leave abusive relationships

Enquiries, ph. (02) 9411 7728

Professional counselling

You and your children may require professional counselling to help overcome the scars of domestic violence.

Those who abuse others, the perpetrators of domestic violence, also need help and may benefit from professional counselling.

Find out more or contact The Salvation Army Counselling Service.

Friendship & support

You can also access support and friendship through your local Salvation Army church. Most Salvation Army churches offer social and recreational groups for women of all ages and interests. Find out more about our Women's Activities.