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Free call the NSW Domestic Violence Line on 1800 65 64 63. Available 24/7.

Interpreters are available.

If you are hearing impaired, call the National Relay Service on 133 677.

If you or your children are in danger call Emergency Triple Zero 000

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What is the NSW Domestic Violence Line?

The NSW Domestic Violence Line provides counselling and referrals to women experiencing domestic and family violence.

Caseworkers on the Domestic Violence Line can help you:

What happens when you call the NSW Domestic Violence Line?

When you call the Domestic Violence Line, the call will be answered by a trained female caseworker. The caseworker will be sensitive to the needs of women who have experienced domestic and family violence. You can ring as often as you need to at any time, day or night.

The female caseworker will listen to you. She won’t blame you or make you do anything you don’t want to do. She can give you information on what you can do and help you decide on your options.

Domestic Violence Line staff are aware of the needs of Aboriginal women and women from other cultures, as well as women living in rural and remote areas.

Interpreters are available. If you are hearing impaired, call the National Relay Service on 133 677.

Is there help for men experiencing domestic and family violence?

if you are a man experiencing domestic and family violence you can contact:

https://mensline.org.au/

https://www.1800respect.org.au/

How can I help raise awareness of the NSW Domestic Violence Line?

Tell your workplace about the NSW Domestic Violence Line
Download this poster and place it in a public area of your office.

Want something more simple?
Download our shorter poster.

You can also show your support for the NSW Domestic Violence Line by including this banner on your email signature.

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Last updated: 24 Jul 2020