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Staying Home Leaving Violence Fact SheetNSW Police Domestic and Family Violence Fact SheetSo you want the violence to stop – Advice about domestic violence and help at courtIs someone making an AVO against you?Apprehended Violence Orders (Applicants)Are you experiencing violence or abuse? You can make it stop.Domestic/Family Violence and Australian Immigration Law: A Guide to the Law
A fact sheet on the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) program Staying Home Leaving Violence. Staying Home Leaving Violence is a free NSW service that provides the support you need, for as long as you need, to exclude violence from your home and prevent it in the future.
Available for download in the following languages:
A fact sheet on domestic and family violence and what can be done.
NSW Police Domestic and Family Violence Fact Sheet is available for download in the following languages:
Legal Aid funds a Women’s Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service. This brochure outlines how this program assists women to apply for an Apprehended Domestic Violence Order and how women can stop the cycle of abuse.
Courts can issue an order against you if another person claims you have been violent towards them. This brochure explains when the court can make an order and what you can do.
Courts can make orders to protect you from a person who has been violent towards you. This brochure explains how you can get an order and what happens in court.
This brochure explains what you can do if you are experiencing violence or abuse from a partner, another family member or other person who lives in your home or residential facility, or a neighbour or carer.
This is a plain English guide to how the domestic and family violence provisions operate under Australian immigration law. The booklet provides comprehensive guidance to victims of domestic/family violence, social workers, community workers, migration agents and others.
Domestic/Family Violence and Australian Immigration Law: A Guide to the Law us available for download in the following languages:
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