Programs for women and children
Programs for children
Helps children transition into new schools when relocating from a domestic violence situation
Programs for women
Women are provided opportunities to regain their self-confidence and reach their full potential...
Programs for DV Prevention
Beyond DV have created the “Love&Learn” Teen Relationship App which helps young people understand what healthy/unhealthy relationships looks like and how they can access other information and support if they are in an unhealthy relationship.
The App is highly interactive and gender neutral, recognising that all genders can experience unhealthy behaviours in relationships.
The Love&Learn App is free and is available in the Apple and Google playstores now.
Programs for Parents & Teens
Our highly successful “WE NEED TO TALK…” DV Awareness Sessions for PARENTS AND TEENS
Beyond DV's "We Need to Talk..."DV Awareness Sessions aim to start the conversations between parents and young people about the signs of healthy/unhealthy relationships and where/how to find support.
Support in the community
The Hope Hub at Westfield Carindale is managed by Beyond DV and is a safe space where all community members can access information, referrals and support around a range of social issues, with a focus on domestic violence and mental health.
The Hope Hub is staffed by a trained coordinator seven days a week.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday - 10am - 2pm
Thursday - 4pm - 8pm
Sunday - 11am - 3pm
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Australian Domestic, Family & Sexual Violence Recovery Alliance
Beyond DV is a founding member of the Australian Domestic, Family and Sexual Violence Recovery Alliance. For more information on the alliance go to dfsvrecover.com.au
How Can You Help?
There are a number of ways that businesses and individuals can help Beyond DV Ltd provide these life changing service programs to the survivors.
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