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Let’s connect

Please feel free to contact me with any enquiries, bookings for talks or events or just to say “hey, great job!”

Or contact me directly using the detail below:
sheree@iamsheree.com.au
0468 990 664 

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Safety Resources

Download Daisy App
by 1800 Respect
Android or iPhone

1800 RESPECT
1800 737 732
www.1800respect.org.au

Zonta House
(08) 6556 2430
www.zontahouse.org.au

Womens Council
1800 199 008 (free call)
www.womenscouncil.com.au

The Patricia Giles Centre
9223 1111
www.patgilescentre.org.au

Centre Care
(08) 9325 6644
www.centrecare.com.au

Anglicare
1300 11 44 46
www.anglicarewa.org.au

Safety Resources

Legal Aid WA
1300 650 579
www.legalaid.wa.gov.au

Entry Point Perth
1800 124 684
www.entrypointperth.com.au

Victims of Crime
1800 818 988 (free call)
www.victimsofcrime.wa.gov.au

Family Violence Support
1800 199 008 (free call)
www.dcp.wa.gov.au

Child Abuse Helpline
(08) 9223 1100 or
1800 199 008 

Kids Helpline
1800 55 1800

Report child abuse
(08) 9222 2555 
After hours: (08) 9222 3111

 

Are you ready to leave?

Download our safety plan to make sure that you have everything covered to ensure your safety.

Crisis Contacts

Crisis care 
(08) 9223 1111 
1800 199 008 (free call)
(provides information about metropolitan and regional refuge vacancies & may be able to organise a taxi to take you and your children to the refuge. Available 24/7) 

Women’s Domestic Violence Helpline 24/7 
(08) 9223 1188
(provides telephone counselling about family violence issues)

 

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By Louise Hay
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The Secret of Overcoming Verbal Abuse  By Albert Ellis    Shop now

The Secret of Overcoming Verbal Abuse
By Albert Ellis
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The Emotionally Abused Woman  By Beverly Engel    Shop now

The Emotionally Abused Woman
By Beverly Engel
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Time to leave?
Here is your Safety Plan

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 Safety Plan

For your safety, it is important your partner does NOT see the plan. It is however a great idea to share the plan with someone you trust and someone who is close to you close to you or to your workplace. Whilst you are taking steps to avoid domestic violence, you cannot stop the abuse or the severity of the abuse, the only person who can do that is ultimately the abuser.

Courtesy of Relationships Australia – Safety Plan to leaving an abusive relationship.
Download full plan
here