(07) 3262 9877        info@wwild.org.au        Monday – Friday 9AM – 5PM
(07) 3262 9877

Domestic Violence Services

Queensland Statewide Services

DV Connect
DV Connect provides free help for women, men, children and pets affected by domestic and family violence across Queensland. 24hrs/day
DV Connect Womensline  Ph:1800 811 811
DV Connect Mensline  Ph: 1800 600 636

Website: http://www.dvconnect.org/

Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women, Queensland Services


Queensland Domestic Violence Services Network (QDVSN)

Queensland Domestic Violence Service Network (QDVSN) is a network of 19 Queensland regional domestic violence services and the Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research, the Immigrant Women’s Support Service and DV Connect. There is a list of their member services and contact details on this website.


Women’s Legal Service (QLD)

Office Address: 387 Ipswich Road, Annerley.  Entry on the corner of Ponsonby Street.

Telephone: (07) 3392 0644 (Office only)
Statewide Advice Line – Free call. Ph: 1800 957 957 – Mon – Friday 9am – 4.30pm

Rural Regional Advice Phone Line – Free Call. Ph: 1800 457 117 – Tuesday 9.30am – 1.30pm.

Email: admin@wlsq.org.au

Website: www.wlsq.org.au

Areas of advice:  Women’s Legal Service Queensland (WLS) provides free legal and social work help with domestic violence, complex family law and sexual assault notes counselling privilege matters to women and people who live and identify as women in Queensland. Legal court support offered in some limited locations. Priority is given to women with safety risks and those experiencing multiple forms of disadvantage.


Legal Aid Queensland

Ph. 1300 65 11 88

You can call to get legal information over the phone or make an appointment to get legal advice in person or over the phone.

Legal Aid Domestic Violence Unit Ph. (07) 3917 0590

Legal Aid Queensland’s Women’s Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service provides court-based support at the Brisbane Magistrates Court. They also provide an Application Assistance Program on Mondays and Fridays (9am-1pm, drop-in service ONLY) from the Brisbane Magistrates Court (Level 6) to assist in understanding and preparing domestic violence order applications.

Phone (07) 3917 0590 to get more information about court support, application assistance, or discuss safety planning and referrals.

Website:  http://www.legalaid.qld.gov.au/Home


Centacare Domestic and Family Violence Court Assistance Support 

A free and confidential service to support people to feel safe and help people to understand their options while attending court for domestic and family violence matters. Locations include Beenleigh, Noosa, Caloundra, Hervey Bay, Maroochydore and Maryborough courthouses. To Contact please click on this LINK and choose which location and that will give you the contact phone number of the service. Or Beenleigh service information is below.

Centacare Domestic Violence Assistance Program (DVAP)

DVAP provides court-based support to people (predominately women) within the community who experience domestic and family violence and appear in Beenleigh Magistrates Courts for Domestic and Family Violence Court Mentions.

Opening Hours:

Contact details: Ph:  (07) 3807 7622; Address: Corner James Street and Kent Street, Beenleigh 4207




E-Safety Tips – Women and Safety Privacy Toolkit

The Women’s Technology Safety & Privacy Toolkit, created by the Safety Net Australia Project at WESNET, is for women experiencing tech abuse to learn how they can increase their technology safety and privacy. This toolkit includes resource guides ranging from online privacy and safety tips to smartphone privacy and location safety information, and much more. For more information go to: https://techsafety.org.au/resources/resources-women/


Sexual Assault Counselling Australia – This is an Australia-wide for those affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and looking for some phone counselling support.  Available 24 hours a day.  Ph – 1800 211 028


Family and Child Connect

If your family is going through tough times, contact Family and Child Connect for free, unlimited and confidential advice. They can listen and connect you to practical support. They can help with a range of family and parenting challenges. They will talk with you about your situation and work out the type of support you might find helpful. They can help you find local services that can help with:

  • managing your child’s behaviour (e.g., skipping school, running away from home, homework, tantrums)
  • building better family relationships
  • stopping any violence at home
  • budgeting and managing money
  • alcohol, drug or gambling problems
  • housing, health care or access to other community or government services.

You can use this service as often as you need. There is no limit and no cost. Every family is different so when you speak with us you will get advice and support specific to your situation. You can phone them on 13 32 64 or click HERE for more information.


Safer in the Home – Salvation Army 

This free program expands the availability and reach of basic safety and security measures that support women and accompanying children experiencing family violence helping them to remain safely in their homes. It is delivered in all states and territories.

The program is available to women in Australia – with or without children – who are assessed as being “at risk” or “elevated risk” from family violence and are seeking to safely remain in the home of their choice after family violence. 

The program may also be a more appropriate choice for:

  • Aboriginal women who want to stay connected to their family, community and remain on country
  • Women living in remote and rural communities where they experience limited access to specialist family violence services
  • Women with disabilities whose houses have been upgraded to meet their specific needs
  • Women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds wishing to stay connected to and supported by their community.

Phone 137258 or Click HERE for more information.



South-East Queensland Crisis Services:


Brisbane Domestic Violence Service

Ph: (07) 3217 2544
Email (non-urgent): bdvs@micahprojects.org.au

The Brisbane Domestic Violence Service (BDVS) is a free and confidential service for people in the Brisbane Metropolitan area who are affected by domestic and family violence. The service supports women, children, family members, same sex couples and others. Support is available 24 hours a day, seven days.


The Centre for Women & Co. is a specialist Domestic Violence & Women’s Wellbeing Services offering crisis, counselling and support services across Logan, Redlands and Beenleigh.

Ph. (07) 3050 3060

Opening Hours – Mon- Fri 9am to 4pm.

29 City Road Beenleigh Qld 4207

Logan Central




Kurbingui Youth and Family Development is a Not-For-Profit (NFP) Aboriginal Community-Controlled Organisation providing Family, Community, Cultural, Education, Training and Social Wellbeing Services across the Greater Brisbane, Moreton Bay and Southeast Regions. The Numula Family Safety Response Program (Numula) is a confidential service that provides support and assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people impacted by Domestic and Family Violence. It provides a culturally responsive support service and links to services for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander individuals and families impacted by domestic and family violence. The program is the only Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander program of this kind in the North Brisbane and Moreton Bay areas.

Ph: (07) 3156 4800; Email: reception@kurbingui.org.au Website: https://www.kurbingui.org.au/


Domestic Violence Action Centre – Domestic and Family Violence Service

The Domestic Violence Action Centre provides free and confidential services for people experiencing domestic, family, and sexual violence, from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, to people in: Greater Ipswich including all Ipswich Metro, into Goodna, out to Laidley and just past Gatton, down to Boonah and up to Toogoolawah; and Toowoomba including all suburbs, the Darling Downs, part of the Maranoa (excluding Roma), and the townships of Warwick, Stanthorpe, Dalby, Chinchilla, Goondiwindi, Oakey, and Pittsworth.

Ipswich – (07) 3816 3000; Toowoomba – (07) 4642 1354

Email: info@dvac.org.au; Website: https://www.dvac.org.au/


Centre Against Domestic Abuse Inc. or CADA

CADA provides safe, accessible and appropriate services that contribute to the prevention of domestic and family violence in the community, and which support and empower people affected by domestic and family violence, using a range of services, including crisis support, keeping safe at home program, adult counselling, children’s counselling, court assistance, and strengthening family connections program.

Office Hours are 9.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday

Caboolture Office:  Ph: (07) 5498 9533   or Email: info@cada.org.au

Pine Rivers Office:  Ph: (07) 3205 5457 (Tuesday – Thursday only)

Redcliffe Office:       Ph: (07) 3283 6930

The Women’s Well-being Hub – Ph: (07) 5407 0217 or Email: wellbeing@cada.org.au

Children, Young People and Families program Ph: (07) 5498 9533 or Email childyouth@cada.org.au


Immigrant Women’s Support Service 

IWSS offers free confidential, practical and emotional support to immigrant and refugee women from non-English speaking backgrounds and their children who have experienced domestic and/or sexual violence.

Ph: (07) 3846 3490

Email: mail@iwss.org.au 


The Bangle Foundation is a domestic abuse support service primarily for women of South Asian heritage. They are unfunded and voluntary and rely on the support of our communities to continue this vital work in providing support to women in abusive situations.

Ph: 1800 Bangle  or 1800 226 453

Address: 15 Coley St Acacia Ridge QLD 4110

Email: info@banglefoundation.com.au

Website: https://www.banglefoundation.com.au/


Talera Carinity 

The counselling service at Greenslopes, Brisbane, and Morayfield, provides specialised therapeutic support to children who have experienced abuse and neglect, or have witnessed Domestic Violence, and their caregivers.

Ph: (07) 3550 3737 or Email address: talera@carinity.org.au 


Domestic Violence Prevention Centre operates on the Gold Coast and Beenleigh, provides a wide range of programs to support women and their children affected by domestic and family violence including crisis support, counselling, court support, security upgrades, children and young people, and women’s groups.

Ph: (07) 5532 9000 (9am–4.30pm, Monday to Friday)

Website: Children and young people impacted by domestic and family violence (domesticviolence.com.au)


Sunshine Coast Regional Domestic and Family Violence Service is a program run by Centacare Family and Relationship Services. The program assists those affected by domestic and family violence on the Sunshine Coast from Caloundra to Noosa and the Hinterland. They offer free and confidential telephone and in person support including information, safety planning and upgrades, assistance with DVO applications and court support, and referrals.

Ph: (07) 5430 9300; Address: 21 Cornmeal Parade, Maroochydore
Email: cfrs.scoperegdv@bne.centacare.net.au

Website:  Sunshine Coast Domestic Violence


Uniting Care’s Safe Spaces Child and Young Person Counselling Service provides counselling for those on the Sunshine Coast aged up to 18 years who are currently encountering, have experienced or at risk of suffering domestic and or family violence or high risk, complex parental conflict. Ph: 0754529797