If you are 18 years or over and you or your family have been affected by family or domestic violence, Ruah can support you to begin the journey of living a safe life free from violence.
Belmont Safe Guarding Families Advocacy Service
This is a collaboration between Ruah, City of Belmont and the Belmont Police to provide information, advice, referrals, informal counselling support, risk assessment and court advocacy if you live in the City of Belmont and are experiencing domestic or family violence.
To be eligible for services at Belmont Safe Guarding Families clients need to live in the relevant catchment area. For more information please call 13 RUAH (13 7824).
Family and Domestic Violence Coordinated Response Service
Operating in the Perth south-east metropolitan corridor (Cannington to Armadale), this service works with the WA Police to effectively respond to cases where there is a high risk of continuing violence to you or your family.
If you are a woman with dependant children and you are escaping domestic violence, homelessness or are experiencing life crises, Harmony place can provide professional case management and accommodation services tailored to your family’s needs. To be eligible for services at Harmony Place, women must be aged over 18 years and have accompanying children. Please call Crisis Care on 9223 1111 to begin the referral process, this is a 24/7 number.
If you are a single Aboriginal woman who is escaping domestic violence, homelessness or are experiencing life crises, Kambarang place can provide accommodation and professional case management tailored to your personal needs. To be eligible for our services at Kambarang Place, clients must be aged over 18 years and be single Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Women with no accompanying children. Please call Crisis Care on 9223 1111 to begin the referral process, this is a 24/7 number.
Safe at Home
Provides case management, security advice and upgrades after the perpetrator is no longer living at the property, to make you feel safe in your home. We also provide information and referral pathways to programs promoting healing and recovery from trauma.To be eligible for services at Safe at Home, clients need to live in the relevant catchment area (South-East Corridor). For more information please call 13 RUAH (13 7824)
Voices for Change
Help end family and domestic violence by sharing your story! We are seeking people who want to share their personal stories about the experience and impact of violence – in the media, at forums and beyond.
This will be your chance to:
- Tell the real story
- Help others understand the impacts of domestic violence
- Inform and educate
- Change attitudes
- Inspire others to make change
If you want to become a voice for change, we will help by developing your skills and confidence in telling your story – for free. The three-day course, available free of charge is run by experts who are ready to support you.
This program is currently fully subscribed. To register your interest for future programs please contact program coordinator Marg Byrne via 13 78 24.