Domestic Violence Service

domestic violence service

SafeT Pilot Program

On average an abused woman may leave her partner up to seven or eight times before she breaks away for good. If someone who has been suffering from domestic and family violence is going to be able to make a permanent separation, they will need ongoing and consistent support.

SafeT will provide the support to break the cycle of returning.

Who is SafeT for?

Women with or without dependents who live in the Ryde LGA, Epping, Lane Cove or Chatswood, who have left domestic family violence, are in private or social housing or in the family home and the perpetrator has left the home, requiring support to navigate their way to a life free of violence.

SafeT is operating for a 12 month period (Monday 10 January 2022 to Friday 16 December 2022) as a pilot program.

What is the process to request support?

Please complete the form via the Request Support button below for initial assessment and allocation.

If you would like to discuss your referral please call our office on 9334 0111 and ask to speak to our Intake Coordinator.

The 12 month SafeT Pilot program is being funded principally by The Northern Centre, with contributions from The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, The Australian Chinese Charity Foundation, Bendigo Bank, The City of Ryde, Red Cape Hotels, Ryde Rotary and Encore Beauty.