South East FDV Healing Service

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A safe place supporting families to live free from violence.

South East FDV Healing Service (interim name) is located in Armadale and operated by us, Hope Community Services. South East Healing Service is a provider of a range of services for women, children, families, friends and victims of Family and Domestic Violence in the Perth metro region. If you are looking for domestic violence counselling, we are here for you and promise we will listen to you, believe you, and help you get the help you need.
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    What domestic violence counselling services are available?

    South East Healing Service is currently accepting referrals from local service providers , and brings together a number of leading family and domestic violence counselling services in one place where we can work together to help victims access the services they need. These include:

    • Advocacy and safety planning
    • Family support and early childhood services
    • Legal services
    • Men’s healing services
    • Cultural healing service
    • Groups and activities


    How to access South East Service’s domestic violence counselling services.

    Whilst our permanent home and new premises are under construction, South East Healing Service is providing interim services via referral. Please contact us on (08) 6392 6391 or email us at to talk to the team about how to access the service.

    Operated by Hope Community Services, South East Healing Service is a partnership and collaboration of specialist service provides including Yorgum, Ishar Multicultural Women’s Health Services, Ngala, Women’s Legal Service WA, Aboriginal Legal Services of WA, Marmun Mia-Mia, 360 Health + Community, and Ruah Community Services.




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    Hope Community Services acknowledge the individual and collective experiences of those with a living or lived experience. We recognise their wise contribution at all levels throughout the business and value the courage of those who share their experiences for the purpose of creating safe spaces that improve mental health outcomes.

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