If you have experienced one or more of the types of violence listed below, click on the relevant links for information about support available to you.
Rape and sexual assault – being subjected to any of the following without consent: sexual intercourse, penetration with an object, sexual contact or attempted sexual intercourse
Domestic violence/ abuse from an intimate partner – experiencing threatening behaviour, violence or abuse (psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional) from a current or former intimate partner or family member
NOTE: domestic violence may entail all four of the other types of violence listed
Physical violence (where the perpetrator is not an intimate partner) – being hit or being physically mistreated in any other way
Stalking – being subjected to repeated and obsessive behaviours such as repeated following or communicating, causing fear, alarm or distress
Sexual Harassment – being subjected to unwelcome behaviour of a sexual nature including unwanted sexual comments, exposure of sexual organs and groping