What Does WWILD Do
At WWILD we can provide support and information to people with intellectual or learning disabilities who are at risk of, or have been victims of sexual violence, or other types of crime or exploitation.
Information, Advice and Referral:
If you have been a victim of sexual assault or other types of crime, you may want to know:
- what help is available to you
- what are your choices or options
- and where you can go for help.
We can also help you find other services for:
- Domestic and Family Violence
- Legal advice
- Medical or mental health support
- Disability Advocacy Services
Click on Other Services to find the phone numbers.
The best way to find out information is for us to talk to you or a support person over the phone or in person. Information, advice and referral is available Queensland-wide.
Call WWILD on 07 3262 9877.
We can help with counselling support. You may want to talk to someone about how you are feeling.
Click here to read What Is Counselling
Click HERE to find out about WWILD’s Counselling program.
Click HERE to find out about Other Services.
WWILD workers may help you to:
- Work out what you want to do
- Talk about how to help you to feel safer in your community
- Talk to police, attend court or appointments with lawyers
- Apply for Domestic violence orders or Legal Aid
- Apply for financial help from Victims Support Queensland
- Seek appropriate disability support like NDIS, Centrelink payments
- Fill out forms
- Find out about community activities or groups
Click on this HERE to find out more about the program.
Click on this link for ‘What to do if someone hurts you‘ information
WWILD has regular Wednesday groups and short-term therapeutic groups that run that run a few times a year.
Please click on WWILD groups page for more information about the Wednesday groups, and other short term educational groups such as the ‘You and Me’ relationships group, Domestic and Family Violence group, Sexuality group and LGBTQ+ Rainbow Allsorts Group.
Disability Royal Commission – 2020 – 2023
We also help people who would like to talk to the Disability Royal Commission and share their stories.
This can involve you talking to one of our workers and working out the best way to share your story – written down, pictures or other images or face to face meeting. Its up to you.
Click Here to learn more about the Disability Royal Commission project at WWILD.
WWILD runs training workshops and community education groups during the year. Click Here to find out more.
You can find out more about our therapeutic community education groups Here on our Groups Page.
LISTEN UP! Project 2022 – 2023
We are currently making some animation videos with women who have intellectual disabilities and have experienced violence.
The videos aim to challenge the myths and assumptions people make about women with intellectual disabilities and how this affects the rates of violence experienced by this group.
We will also be developing online training to be presented in 2022 alongside our project peer workers.
Watch this space!
For more information on COVID-19 vaccination requirements for anyone attending WWILD premises or outreach services, please click on this LINK
For more information about all WWILD’s services, please call WWILD on 07 3262 9877.