Sexual Assault Services

 

Allambee

Allambee Services include:

Sexual Assault/Abuse Counselling

Counselling support for individuals who have experienced or been affected by past or recent sexual abuse and/or sexual assault. Support can include counselling, information, referral, advocacy and education.

 Family Domestic Violence Counselling

Counselling for individuals and their families affected by family domestic violence.  Video conference counselling is available to residents of Boddington via facilities at the Boddington Community Resource Centre.

General Mental Health Counselling

Counselling for general mental health issues is available via Allambee’s partnership with 360º Health and Community. A GP referral is required for this service.  Individuals are able to access short-term counselling of between six and twelve sessions for a broad range of issues such as anxiety, depression, grief/loss, life transitions, stress and relationship issues.

Group Therapy

Allambee offers two therapeutic groups for those who have experienced sexual assault or abuse and are looking to further their development beyond their individuals counselling goals.

Child Sexual Abuse Counselling

Allambee provides counselling and support for young people (ages 4-18) and their families who have been affected by sexual assault or abuse or who are displaying problematic sexualised behaviour.

Family Domestic Violence Counselling for Children

This service provides counselling and support for children and young people (aged 4-18) who have been affected by family domestic violence.

 General Mental Health Counselling for Children

Children and young people can access short-term (6-12 sessions) counselling via Allambee's partnership with 360º Health and Community. A GP referral is required for this service. The counselling can be for a range of issues such as grief, loss, parent-child relationships, sleep difficulties, anxiety, and health conditions.

Street Net Youth Services

Street Net provides early intervention, information, support, advocacy, and case management, as well as recreational and diversional activities for at-risk high school age youth within the region.

 

Contact information

 Suite 16, Lotteries House

Anzac Place

Mandurah  WA  6210

 

PO Box 442

Mandurah WA  6210

 

Ph: 08 9535 8263

Fx: 08 9535 3869

 help@allambee.org.au

 


 

Desert Blue Connect

Desert Blue Connect is the key leading agency in the Midwest with domestic violence, sexual assault, women's health and unplanned pregnancy services. We provide professional and confidential counselling, advocacy and support to empower individuals, who are suffering the effects of family and domestic violence and recent or past sexual assault.

Chrysalis House (Refuge) provides safe supported accommodation for women who are escaping family or domestic violence or are at risk of being homeless as a result of a crisis.

CSSI Community Educators  deliver a range of educational programs that promote respectful relationships, child protective behaviours and address issues associated with the harmful effects of domestic violence and sexual assault.  New Prevention Program: Love Bites Program.

Desert Blue Connect services include:

  • Relationship and family violence counsellor
  • Sexual assault counsellor
  • Child sexual assault therapist
  • Domestic violence advocacy
  • Domestic violence outreach
  • Women’s refuge
  • Community education

Contact Information:

T 08 9964 2742 F 08 9964 1838

info@desertblueconnect.org.au

25 Chapman Road, Geraldton WA 6531 PO Box 472 Geraldton WA 6531 Chrysalis House Women’s Refuge 08 9964 2173 Sexual Assault Crisis Line 1800 016 789


Waratah

Waratah provides free, specialised, theraputic, intervention as well as counselling and support services for people who have experienced sexual assault and/or sexual abuse and/or family and domestic violence.

Services are also provided to those who need to understand how to deal with the issues and impacts of the trauma in their lives and/or the lives of their loved ones.

Waratah provides

  • Trauma Informed Practice Therapeutic Intervention
  • Counselling and Support
  • Crisis Intervention for recent Sexual Assault
  • Individual Counselling
  • Therapeutic Support Groups
  • Community Education and Development
  • Training for Professionals
  • Organisational Development
  • Clinical Supervision for professionals working with clients who are victims of Abuse and Violence

Waratah provides services in the South West Region with safe sites in Bunbury, Busselton and Collie as well as Outreach Services.

The Waratah Team includes

  • Social Workers
  • Psychologists
  • Counsellors
  • Education and Community Development Staff
  • Corporate Service Staff
  • Administration Staff

Contact information

If you would like more information or to make an appointment please contact Waratah on the following numbers:

Waratah Counselling and Support: 9791 2884

Watatah Children’s Service: 9792 4995

Freecall: 1800 017 303

Email: waratah@asn.au

Website: http://www.waratah.asn.au/view/home

For out of hours help, advice and counselling please call:

1800 737 732


Sexual Assault Counselling Support Services

Sexual violence can have a lasting impact on a person’s life.  It can affect relationships and can impact on a person’s sense of self- worth. Many people find that counselling is helpful.

SACSS Goldfields provides counselling to anybody 13 years of age and over  who has been sexually assaulted or sexually abused.

All SACSS Goldfields services are free and confidential and include:

24 hour crisis intervention for people who have been sexually assaulted within the last 10 days.     Counselling and support for anyone who has experienced sexual assault or sexual abuse     Up to date information about sexual assault and sexual abuse and     Promotional material to improve community awareness of sexual assault and abuse     This service is available for women and men who have experienced sexual violence

To speak to one of our professional counsellors please contact:

24 hour Crisis Support Line – 1800 688 922

SACSS Queries

Ph: 08 9091 1922 Email: sarckal@westnet.com.au 11 Porter Street, Kalgoorlie


SARC: Sexual Assault Resource Centre

The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC), located in Perth, Western Australia, has over 35 years of experience in providing high-quality care for females and males, 13 years and over, who have been affected by sexual assault (also called rape) or sexual abuse. SARC provides a 24-hour emergency sexual assault (rape crisis) service in metropolitan Perth. This involves medical care, a forensic examination and counselling support to people who have been sexually assaulted (or raped) within the previous 14 days. SARC also provides counselling in centres across the Perth metropolitan area to people who have experienced sexual assault (rape) and sexual abuse in the past. SARC is a free confidential service. It is NOT part of the police, however SARC will support a person's decision to involve the police.

Our expert team of highly qualified and experienced staff is committed to providing quality care to people who use our service. The SARC team has female medical doctors and female and male psychologists, social workers and clinical psychologists. We believe in offering choice and providing information to help people make informed decisions about their future.

Our commitment to people is evident in our core values of:

    Honesty     Respect     Teamwork     Caring     Clinical Excellence

SARC also has a state-wide education and training unit which has an important role to increase community knowledge and skills and challenge the myths surrounding sexual assault, rape and sexual abuse. Included is a Respectful Relationships program which provides interactive sessions to young people on developing healthy relationships.

SARC is located on the King Edward Memorial Hospital site in a building which is separate from the hospital and which has been designed to maintain a sense of confidentiality and to provide a non-hospital environment. Emergency Contact 24 hour Emergency Line for recent sexual assault  (08) 6458 1828 Freecall  

1800 199 888 Emergency telephone counselling between 8.30am and 11.00pm daily  (08) 6458 1828 Business Hours  8:30 am – 5:00 pm Telephone  (08) 6458 1820 Fax  (08) 9381 5426