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Rural Outreach Services - Hume

Rural Outreach Services - Hume

Domestic violence outreach workers provide support to women and children who are experiencing or escaping from domestic violence. Domestic violence outreach workers can provide secondary consultation and information and some are involved in community education and Primary Prevention programs.

 Outreach workers support victims/survivors of domestic violence by:

  • working with women to develop safety plans to enhance the safety of themselves and their children
  • providing information on options and resources, referral to other services, and case management support. Support may involve advocacy with Centrelink, court support, referral to other services (Office of Housing or a Front Door), counselling and financial counselling.

Wodonga (Gateway Health) - 02 6022 8888

Shepparton (VincentCare - Marian Community) - 03 5821 9458

Broadford/Seymour/Wallan (Nexus Primary Health) - 1300 773 352

Wangaratta (Centre against Violence) - 03 5722 2203


Multiple locations in Hume area

Education and training
Justice, courts & legal
Hume Moreland
Type of service: 
Outreach services