Domestic/family violence and intimate partner violence can affect people of all ages, races, gender identities, sexual orientations and relationship types. The Domestic Violence Crisis Service supports all people, including people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual and queer.
This website contains some useful resources including information about:
- What you can do during a violent incident at home
- Preparing to leave your home
- Staying safe once a relationship has terminated
- Keeping safe on social media
For additional information and resources about domestic/family violence in same-sex or LGBTIQ relationships please visit Another Closet.
For counselling and support in the ACT for LGBTIQ people you can contact or visit the Aids Action Council.
Please contact us here should you wish to discuss your options further. You can contact us anonymously. 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 the call.