‘Are you safe at home?’
> If you are experiencing abuse, there is support available. Services can work with you to explore your options to keep you and your family safe. Learn more here www.areyousafeathome.org.au.
> We all have a right to feel safe and protected at home. If you’re experiencing abuse, you do not have to face this alone.
> For more information about family violence, considerations for your safety and available support services, visit www.areyousafeathome.org.au.
> We all deserve to feel safe and protected at home. But for some of us, home is not always a safe place…
> Specialist family violence services are open and able to provide support. For more information about family violence and the many different services that can support you, visit
‘Is someone you know unsafe at home?’
> Family violence often happens behind closed doors. It can be hard for people experiencing abuse to reach out for support.
> Your support can make a real difference. For more information about family violence, support services and how you can help, visit www.areyousafeathome.org.au.
> Family violence is not just physical violence. It can involve many harmful, abusive behaviours.
> There are warning signs we can all look out for and ways that we can support people experiencing violence and abuse. Visit www.areyousafeathome.org.au.
> This is a tough time for everyone. But stress and hardship are never excuses for family violence.
> If you’re worried about someone you know, ask if they are safe and if there’s anything you can do to help. For more information about family violence, support services and how you can help, visit www.areyousafeathome.org.au.