In collaboration with the Wagga Domestic Violence Laison Committee, Wagga Womens Health Centre and Sisters Housing Enterprise, Wagga Wagga City Council says NO MORE SILENCE about domestic and family violence.


Everyone in our community deserves to be safe and live well.

If you are in danger, call triple zero 000 immediately.

24/7 Hotlines

1800 RESPECT [24/7]

National domestic, family and sexual violence counselling, information and support. service.

1800 737 732

NSW Domestic Violence Line [24/7]

Counselling and referrals for women experiencing DV.

1800 656 463

Full Stop Australia [24/7]

Crisis phone counselling, referrals, help in reporting a sexual assault to police and preparing for court.

1800 385 578

NSW Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia [24/7]

Counselling service for anyone in NSW – men and women – who has experienced or is at risk of sexual assault and their non-offending supporters.

1800 424 017

Men’s Referral Service [24/7]

Support and referrals for men. Information for women wanting help with a male partner or family member.

1300 766 491

MensLine [24/7]

Support and referrals for men who have experienced or used domestic and family violence.

1300 789 978


Link 2 Home [24/7]

Find safe emergency accommodation.

1800 152 152

Sisters Housing Enterprise [Mon – Fri]

Safe and secure housing and practical support for women and children.

(02) 6921 6793

Local Services

Staying Home Leaving Violence Program [Mon – Fri]

Wagga + 50km radius: Supporting women and children to stay at home safely without domestic and family violence.

(02) 8376 4405

Wagga Women’s Health Centre [Mon – Fri]

A feminist, trauma informed women’s healthcare centre, providing services to support all women over 16 years with experience of domestic violence.

(02) 6921 3333

Centacare Wagga [Mon – Fri]

A Catholic Social Service agency with specialist DV funding providing supports

1300 619 379

Wagga Wagga Police Station [24/7]

For non-urgent police assistance, reporting minor crime and all general enquiries.

(02) 6922 2599

Legal & Court Support

Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service [Mon – Fri]

Provides information, assistance and court advocacy services to women and children experiencing domestic violence and obtain effective legal protection.

(02) 9063 8644

Legal Aid NSW Wagga Wagga

Provide DV legal advice about family court, ADVO’s, income and asset settlements, child custody, plus more.

(02) 6921 6588

Immigration Advice and Rights Centre [Mon – Fri]

Free immigration legal advice and assistance.

(02) 8234 0777

Financial Support & Food Relief

Salvo’s [Mon – Sat]

People affected by domestic and family violence may be eligible for emergency relief (food, travel, phone, bills, utilities, clothing, etc) and no interest loans.

(02) 6931 7380

Anglicare [Mon – Fri]

A safe space to access a wide range of services and support including food relief, financial counselling, no interest loans and telephone/internet access.

(02) 6931 3456

Victims Services NSW [Mon – Fri]

Victims of crime may be eligible for financial assistance, a recognition payment and free face-to-face counselling.

1800 633 063
Aboriginal contact line: 1800 019 123

First Nations

Riverina Medical and Dental Aboriginal Corporation [Mon – Fri]

Culturally safe support services for First Nations people experiencing domestic and family violence in Wagga Wagga and surrounds.

(02) 6927 0400

Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women’s Legal Service

Legal advice and support for a range of issues, including DFV.

1800 686 587

13 YARN [24/7]

National crisis support line for mob who are feeling overwhelmed or having difficulty coping.

13 92 76


QLife [3PM – Midnight everyday]

Phone and internet counselling, support and referrals for LGBTIQ+ people and their families.

1300 184 527

ACON [Mon - Fri]

LGBTI health organisation offering information, referrals, counselling, advocacy and practical support for LGBTI people in NSW experiencing DFV.

(02) 9206 2000

Trans and Gender Diverse Legal Service [Mon – Fri]

Legal help for LGBTIQ people who have experienced domestic and family violence.

(02) 9332 1966

Another Closet [Mon – Fri]

For information and referral details on LGBTIQ domestic and family violence.

Mental Health

Lifeline [24/7]

Crisis and suicide prevention counselling.

13 11 14

Kids Help Line [24/7]

Crisis and suicide prevention counselling.

1800 55 1800

Accessline [24/7]

Free phone service staffed by mental health practitioners for people in the Murrumbidgee.

1800 800 944

Other Supports

RSPCA – Safe Beds for Pets

Provides temporary safe housing for pets of people who are escaping domestic violence.

(02) 9782 4408

Translating and Interpreting Service [24/7]

Provides access to phone and on-site interpreting services in over 150 languages.

131 450

National Relay Service [24/7]

If you are deaf and/or find it hard hearing or speaking with people who use a phone, please contact the National Relay Service and provide them the contact number of the organisation you wish to speak with.

133 677

The Wagga Domestic Violence Liaison Committee is committed to improving access and inclusion for everyone in our community. Wagga Wagga City Council is a proud member of the Wagga DVLC and we believe that everyone has the right to be safe, happy and supported.

If you are in danger, call triple zero 000 immediately.

Community initiative by:

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Proudly funded by:

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Supported by:

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If you need more information, please contact the Community Development Team on 1300 292 442 or email