The Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV) is a statewide service in Melbourne, Victoria. They provide training, publications, research and other resources to those experiencing (or who have experienced) family violence, and practitioners and service organisations who work with family violence survivors.
eSafetyWomen empowers Australian women to manage technology risks and abuse by providing resources to help increase safety and confidence when online. The website also has training for domestic and family violence frontline workers.
safe steps Family Violence Response Centre is a not-for-profit service for women and children experiencing violence and abuse from a partner or ex-partner, another family member or someone close to them. safe steps provide emergency accommodation, a free 24-hour crisis line, outreach services, advocacy, referral, and information and support services.
The Orange Door is a free service for adults, children and young people who are experiencing or have experienced family violence and families who need extra support with the care of children.
The Lookout, is a place where Victorian family violence workers and women experiencing violence can come to find information, resources and services aimed at preventing and responding to family violence. It is also for families, friends and neighbours of women experiencing violence, as well as other professionals who support them in the course of their work.