Listed below is a wide range of support, information, referral and advocacy services for those experiencing or at risk of domestic violence.
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Aboriginal Family Support
02 4926 3577 or 0490 331 617
2 High Street, Waratah NSW 2298
9:30am - 1:30pm Tuesday to Thursday (by appointment only)
Aboriginal family workers can assist you or can help our non-Aboriginal family workers to link with your family and provide the necessary support. Our services include information, family assistance, supported playtime activities to assist your child’s socialisation, and a variety of group programs.
Aboriginal Legal Services Newcastle
02 4914 6500
Level 4, 456-460 Hunter Street, Newcastle NSW 2300
Culturally safe legal services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men, women and children.
Accommodation service – hearing or speech impaired
1800 555 660 (freecall)
www.relayservice.gov.au (Can leave a message online)
SMS: 0416 001 350
National Relay 24 hour service
Emergency accommodation advice for deaf, hearing impaired and speech impaired access for those facing homelessness. Please contact us through the National Relay 24 hour service.
After hours Domestic Violence Help Newcastle
02 4971 0111
1300 531 725 (Helpline) or 02 4964 1555
Office is currently closed due to COVID-19 Restrictions (Rear, Church of Christ, 31 Gregson Avenue, Mayfield West)
02) 4944 5900
28 Fraser Parade, Charlestown NSW 2290
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm
Allambi aims to support young people aged 16-24, or families with a young person aged 12-17, who are at imminent risk of homelessness. Allambi assists young people to obtain and sustain safe and stable housing with the provision of post-crisis support services.