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If you feel unsafe call 000 immediately

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Supporting women and children to remain safely in their homes 

Contact us: 08 8088 2520
Monday-Thursday 9.00am-4.00pm

Staying Home Leaving Violence provides assistance to women in Broken Hill and Wentworth/Dareton who:

  • are over 18

  • have separated from a violence partner or family member

  • choose to remain in their own home


This also includes women who experience ongoing abuse after separation from the abusive person.​


Children of these women are also supported by the program.

Who we are for


What we do

Staying Home Leaving Violence is a specialised domestic violence program aimed at preventing clients from becoming homeless via the provision of intensive case management which is long-term, needs-based and integrated with key agencies.​We help women and children in Broken Hill and Wentworth/Dareton who are escaping domestic violence to remain safely in their homes. ​Services funded under our program work with the police and courts to remove the violent family member so that if she chooses, the victim and children can stay in the home.​Clients receive support services ranging from practical assistance such as installing security measures in their homes and help with financial, legal and personal problems.

If you have been the victim of a violent crime you may be eligible for support and compensation under the Victims Compensation scheme. You may be able to access free counselling, reimbursement for any money or property you have lost, and a recognition payment for the trauma you have suffered.

Recently there have been major changes to the Victims Compensation scheme in NSW. Click here to find out more about what services you may be eligible for and how to apply.

Have you been the victim of a violent crime?

Supporting women and children in Broken Hill and Wentworth/Dareton to live in their home free from domestic violence

Funded by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice

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