Services include counselling and support to young women who have experienced sexual assault and medium term supported housing to young women who are homeless.
One of the problems for professionals and parents is that the signs that a person is grooming a child may be subtle and difficult to recognise.
If you need to report an incident of child abuse or neglect refer to the A national relationships helpline for young Australians to talk to someone about the relationship issues they may be experiencing, or if they are unclear about where to draw the line between what is, or is not, a respectful relationship.
A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line for anyone who has experienced-or are at risk of-physical or sexual violence.
This service is designed to meet the needs of people with disabilities, Indigenous Australians, young people, and callers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Staffed by trained trauma-informed counsellors, this support line offers information, support and referral to adult survivors of childhood trauma and abuse, and partners, family and friends of survivors.