If you or someone you know is experiencing physical abuse, sexual assault, financial abuse, emotional abuse or social isolation, you can get help from the organisations listed below:
Domestic Violence Crisis Line
Domestic Violence Crisis Line provides direct telephone services including counseling to people who have experienced domestic or family violence or abuse. This service will provide emergency accommodation for women with or without children escaping domestic or family violence, and referral to regional services for ongoing support and accommodation. The service provides referral and crisis response to all people subjected to or concerned with domestic violence.
Telephone: 1300 782 200 (24/7) or Toll Free in SA: 1800 800 098
After hours and emergency telephone: 1800 800 098
Yarrow Place Rape and Sexual Assault Service
Yarrow Place Rape and Sexual Assault Service provides direct services to people who have been raped or sexually assaulted and who were aged 16 years or more at the time of the assault. Yarrow Place also provides advocacy for key issues, public policy, planning and service delivery in the area of sexual violence against adults.
Address: 64 Pennington Terrace, North Adelaide, 5006
Postal: PO Box 620 North Adelaide SA 5006
Telephone: 1800 817 421 (24/7)
After hours and emergency telephone: (08) 8226 8787
Fax: (08) 8226 8778
Please email any questions or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Yarrow Place is part of the Women’s and Children’s Health Network.
Southern Primary Health Services
Southern Primary Health Services provides information and referral, advocacy, counselling and group work programs for women and their children who are affected by domestic violence. Southern Primary Health Services also contributes to a range of regional programs that seek to prevent domestic violence. To get further information about services in the following areas, search on National Health Services Directory:
- Inner Southern
- Noarlunga Village
- ATSI Team
- Morphett Vale
- Aldinga GP Plus Health Care
If your abuser uses the same computer as you, they may be able to find out what web pages you have been looking at!
The best way to avoid this is to use a different computer – perhaps at a friend’s place, work, an internet cafe or a public library. To keep emails secret, create a new email account and only use this account at a computer that your abuser can’t use.