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Men's Referral Service
The Men's Referral Service is an anonymous and confidential telephone service provided for men by men. It provides a central point of contact for men who are wanting to stop their violent or abusive behaviour towards their family members, but are not sure how or where to go for advice. The website provides useful information and resources around family violence.


H.E.A.V.Y. Metal

HEAVY Metal Group offers education and behaviour change group programs, couples and individual counselling, telephone counselling and workshops for men with anger and family violence problems.


One in Three Campaign
One in Three victims of family violence and abuse is male. While many services have quite rightly been established over the past four decades to support female victims of family violence, the needs of male victims remain largely unmet. The One in Three Campaign aims to raise public awareness of the existence and needs of male victims of family violence and abuse; to work with government and non-government services alike to provide assistance to male victims; and to reduce the incidence and impacts of family violence on Australian men, women and children.


No to Violence
No to Violence is Victoria's male family violence prevention association, the Victorian state-wide peak body of organisations and individuals working with men to end their violence and abuse against family members. Their mission is to provide counselling, advisory, referral and educational services to men who have inflicted or are at risk of inflicting violence on family members and to family members exposed to male family violence or the risk of male family violence.


Heavy M.E.T.A.L Group

Men's education toward anger and life. Heavy M.E.T.A.L offers individual (men, women and youth) and couple counselling, anger management classes, telephone counselling and school programs.


Living Well
LivingWell is an Australian resource which offers a range of services specifically designed to assist men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse or sexual assault, their partners, friends and family and service providers.


Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse
The Clearinghouse is a national organisation, providing high quality information about domestic and family violence issues and practice. The primary goal of the Clearinghouse is to prevent domestic and family violence. We do this by supporting specialist and generalist service providers, government agencies, researchers, advocates and activists in their efforts, through the dissemination of information and research, and through facilitating discussion.


Domestic Violence Resource Centre (BDVAS)
Qld-based Resource Centre, aiming to improve the safety and status of women, children and family members experiencing domestic and family violence through individual and systemic advocacy. Incorporates the Brisbane Domestic Violence Advocacy Service (BDVAS), a community based organisation that provides a free and confidential advocacy and support service for women, children, family members and individuals affected by domestic and family violence in the Brisbane Metropolitan area. Website includes links and information on family violence issues.


Enough is Enough

A long term antiviolence project based on personal responsibility and reform by education. Enough is Enough provides a range of programs and strategies designed to assist in the reduction of both the causes and effects of violence in the community, and the provision of support services to victims.


Legal Aid NSW: Domestic violence

Domestic Violence page of Legal Aid NSW website. Provides guidelines, tip sheets and services for people in domestic violence situations.


ReachOut: What is domestic violence?

Domestic violence page of the ReachOut Australia website. Provides information and support services targeted at young people affected by domestic and family violence.


Bursting the Bubble
Bursting the Bubble is a Victorian Government initiative aimed at helping young people who are concerned about family violence, abuse and related issues. This website helps you to work out what's okay in a family and what's not. It tells you what you can do if someone in your family is hurting or abusing you or another member of your family.


Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
Website for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, including information on commissioners, hearings, media coverage, submissions and support services. 


Domestic Violence: it can happen to anyone (NSW Gov)
NSW Government website about domestic violence, including information, resources and links to relevant services. 




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