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Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

Effects of DV are not alway obvious. The best way to tell if someone is affected, if it's a friend you're concerned about, is to ask them in a non confrontational, non aggressive way and be there as someone they can talk to for support 

Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

Who can we reach out to if we experience family violence?
I don't really know much about thisb one but if your in immediate danger there is always the police
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Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

Who can we reach out to if we experience family violence?

 

Anyone who can provide a willing ear, and that could potentially extend to getting support services and information on how to cope and/or leave the situation. Extended family, friends, teachers, GPs, or perhaps seeing a counsellor or psych. Plus there are services that deal with family violence that you could also contact

Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

Who can we reach out to if we experience family violence?

 

Reach out to a trusted friend or family member, a school teacher, the police, then there is RESPECT.


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Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

DV can definitely be hidden really well and I know that from experience or people notice things but keep it to themselves because they don't know what to do.

Who can we reach out to if we experience family violence?

Teachers
Other trusted family members
Professional services
GP
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Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

tthere are some great services that are easily accisible for young people who are experiencing family violence or even if you are concerend about someone who is experiencing FV

 

Men's Line 1300 78 99 78 is for men who have family and relationhip concerns

 

Safe Steps is a Family Violence Response Centre 1800 015 188

 

Kids Help Line is great for issues around family violence among other problems young people face.. it's for people aged 5 - 25 years old 1800 55 1800 

Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

So many resources and ppl to chat to from a trusted friend, to family member, teacher/ student counsellor and wellbeing person

Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

Who can we reach out to if we experience family violence?
...and heaps of support online and via phone these days form kids helpline to headspace to name a few

Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

Headspace are also a great resource for people up to 25 years old.

 

www.headspace.org.au

 

Re: [SPECIAL GUEST] Family Dramas

At SECASA here we support survivors of family violence too