WA: Remaining safely in the family home

Victims of domestic and family violence in the Western Australia now have access to a service that allows more women and their children to remain in the home, rather than leave in fear of more abuse. The Wheatbelt Early Intervention and Outreach project, run by the Waminda Women’s Refuge in Northam, provides home support for… Read More »Custom Single Post Header

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WA: Remaining safely in the family home

Victims of domestic and family violence in the Western Australia now have access to a service that allows more women and their children to remain in the home, rather than leave in fear of more abuse. The Wheatbelt Early Intervention and Outreach project, run by the Waminda Women’s Refuge in Northam, provides home support for victims of domestic and family violence, after police remove the domestic violence perpetrator from the home. The program is one of five similar pilot projects operating throughout Western Australia and will be evaluated by Edith Cowan University.

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