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Click here for information on selected Australian apps which include services for sexual assault / domestic violence.  Other apps such as Aurora (NSW) contain services primarily for a specific state.

New smart phone apps are rapidly becoming a primary source of information.  Search Android and Apple app stores for their most recent resources.

Contact Us

Contact Details

Amanda Paton

Phone Number
08 9391 1900


Services Directories


Resource Source
Support Services (National and state by state) Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
Crisis Support (National and state by state) Australian Institute of Family Studies – Sexual Violence Research
Getting Help National Services (State by state) NSW Rape Crisis Centre
Helplines (National and state by state – updated Nov, 2012) Australian Institute of Family Studies
Lifeline Service Finder (State by state) Lifeline
Community Services Directory National with  geographical & services search options Child Support Agency
1800RESPECT 1800 737 731 – 24/7 Telephone and online counselling and consulting Funded by Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs contracted to  Medibank Health Solutions with clinical support from NSW Rape Crisis Centre
 Youth Services Searchable from a range of strategies in a popular youth site.  Somazone

Examples of information/promotional brochures

A Survivor’s Booklet
Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA)
Provided as an example of brochures used in one agency in the USA
Sexual assault advocacy resources (over 20)
Other brochures
most of these are downloadable, are concise and cover a broad range of topics for professionals, victim/survivors and their family.


Examples of additional types of information

Resource Source
Safety planning
Sexual assault: What is it and where do I find help
(and other common questions)
Support for Workers & Professionals
Additional Supports
(resources for people who see women and children in their day-to-day work )

 Victim Support

Resource Source
Victim organisations (National, state and international) Australian Institute of Criminology

** The term; ‘Aboriginal’ refers to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People