Staying Home Leaving Violence

The Staying Home Leaving Violence service assists women who have experienced or continue to experience domestic violence to remain safely in their homes, without the violent person.

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Domestic violence can have tragic impacts on families, children and the community. It occurs in all parts of society regardless of location, socioeconomic status, age, cultural background or religious beliefs.

LCN offers the Staying Home Leaving Violence Program in Griffith. This program gives women and children long-term support to address the impacts of domestic violence on your lives.

Who we can work with

  • Women who are 18 years and over
  • Who live in Griffith
  • Who have separated from a violent partner
  • Who are in stable accommodation

We can assist women to stay safely in their home or a home of their choice by:

  • Assisting with a safety plan
  • Conducting a safety audit of the residential property
  • Investigating safety upgrades to maximise safety
  • Court support and advocacy – Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders and Family Law Matters
  • Information and referrals to other services
  • Referral to counseling
  • Support to continue to live free from violence

We work with families in a case management role for up to 12 months and longer if need be.

For further information please contact 02 6964 3381

Staying Home Leaving Violence Referrals

This form is for service providers to refer those who need support with domestic and family violence in Griffith but wish to remain in their home and have the perpetrator leave.

Funded by

Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services

Sustaining Tenancies in Social Housing

Child, Youth & Family Services

Crisis Accommodation