WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Service
WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Service works with people with intellectual or learning disabilities who have been victims of sexual violence, other crime or exploitation.
- Sexual Violence Prevention Service
- Disability Training Program - Victims of Crime
- Women and men with intellectual and/or learning disabilities aged 14 years and over who have experienced or are at risk of sexual assault, violence or exploitation.
- Women and men with intellectual or learning disabilities who need sex education and support in learning social and relationship skills.
- Counsellors, parents and carers, disability support workers and community services who are looking for training and support in evidence-based practice ways of working with women who are at risk or have experienced sexual assault, violence or been victims of other crime or exploitation.
- Individual support and counselling.
- Support for victims of violence and exploitation, their families and supporters, in knowing their rights, options, help to access the justice system and other services where required.
- Therapeutic and education groups such as healthy relationships; sexuality; protective behaviours; sexual violence; self-esteem; sex education and social skills.
- Community education regarding the rights of women with disabilities to organisations, policy reviews and disability services.
- Information, support and resources on issues about disability, sex, sex education and counselling people with intellectual disabilities.
- Resource development and input into key government and non government initiatives which address the capacity of women and men with intellectual or learning disabilities to lead good lives.
(07) 3262 9877
211 Hudson Road, Wooloowin QLD 4030