Contact Us

If you are in a life threatening situation, please telephone the Police on 000

24 Hour Crisis Line 02 6280 0900


If you are concerned about someone monitoring your outgoing calls or emails, we encourage you to contact us via the contact form at the bottom of this page.  Please note that all contacts made via this page will be responded to as soon as possible, which is usually during regular business hours, but cannot be guaranteed.

If you are concerned about someone monitoring what pages you are viewing on the internet, please visit our Technology page for information on how to clear your viewing history and ways you can avoid your viewing history being recorded in the first place.

We do not make any sound recordings of our conversations, but we do record that we spoke to you.  This record can be made anonymously.  If you are unsure, please speak to our crisis workers at the commencement of your call.


Crisis Intervention & Legal Advocacy

24 Hour Crisis Line and Client Assistance: 02 6280 0900 crisis@dvcs.org.au

Agency and Client Administration Telephone: 02 6280 6999 crisis@dvcs.org.au

Family Violence Intervention Program: 02 6280 6999 cja@dvcs.org.au

Court Advocacy Service: 0408 006 616 courtadvocate@dvcs.org.au

Translating and Interpreting Service: 13 14 50

Director of Crisis Intervention & Legal Advocacy: Dearne Weaver


Community Services

Young People’s Outreach Program: 02 6280 6999 youngpeople@dvcs.org.au

Staying@Home: 02 6280 6999 stayingathome@dvcs.org.au

Room4Change: 02 6280 6999 room4change@dvcs.org.au

Support Groups: 02 6280 6999 supportgroups@dvcs.org.au

Director of Community Services: Anthony Rochester


Community Education, Training & Facilitation

Telephone: 02 6228 1794

Email: community@dvcs.org.au

Please also see our website in this regard.


Business Administration

Chief Executive Officer: Mirjana Wilson 02 6280 6999

Community Development & Engagement Manager: Alanna Davis 02 6228 1794

Business Manager: Linda Vincent 02 6280 6999

Media Inquiries: Alanna Davis 02 6228 1794

Accounts Payable & Receivable: finance@dvcs.org.au 02 6280 6999

Facsimile:  02 6280 9777


Social Media

Facebook: www.facebook.com/DVCSACT

Twitter @DVCSACT

Instagram @DVCSACT


Postal Address

PO Box 1922, Fyshwick ACT 2609


DVCS Information & Promotional Material

DVCS has a range of pamphlets, cards and posters available for other organisations or groups to distribute to clients, students, patients, customers and members of the community.

For a full list of all items available and information on how to order some, please our visit our DVCS Information and Promotional Material page.


Subpoenas & Requests for Client Information

Service Address: To promote the safety of our employees and clients please do not include our street address on any Subpoenas and/or Requests for Client Information.

We prefer to accept service of subpoenas via email or facsimile.  Please contact our Administration Officer on 6280 6999 or admin@dvcs.org.au to request consent for us to accept service by way of email or facsimile.  Alternatively, please send all subpoenas to PO Box 1922, Fyshwick ACT 2609.

Production Time: DVCS requires 14 clear days to produce documents pursuant to a subpoena.  This is 14 days between the date of receipt and the date of production.

Conduct Money: DVCS requests the standard amount of $30.00 be provided for all subpoenas.  If this fee is likely to be greater, we will contact you prior to incurring it.


Confidential Communication

If you are concerned about someone monitoring your outgoing calls or emails, we encourage you to contact us via the contact form below.  Please note that all contacts made via this page will be responded to as soon as possible, which is usually during regular business hours, but cannot be guaranteed.  Please also ensure you clear your browser history by following the instructions found on our Technology page.


Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Telephone (required)

How should we contact you (required)
 Email Telephone

Why do we ask you about disability, cultural identity and gender identity? DVCS recognises that clients with different disabilities, from particular cultural backgrounds or who identify as other than female or male require different approaches and different assistance. We find this information useful to ensure you are provided with the most appropriate assistance and guidance.

Do you have a disability? (required)
 No Yes - Physical Yes - Intellectual Yes - Psychological Yes - Vision Impaired Yes - Hearing Impaired Prefer not to answer

What best describes your cultural identity? (required)
 Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander African Western Asia (i.e. Iran, Iraq) South East Asian (i.e. Thailand, Cambodia South Asian (i.e. India, Pakistan) North Asian (i.e. China, Russia) Pacific Islander Northern America South American European Prefer not to answer

What best describes your gender identity? (required)
 Female Male Asexual Bigender Demisexual Gender Fluid Intersex Questioning Transgender Transsexual Prefer not to answer

Subject

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