How WestCASA can help
Counselling to help you deal with your feelings about what has happened and any concerns or problems you may have because of the assault.
Information about common difficulties people experience after an assault and how to manage these.
Information about your legal options.
Assistance with the legal process such as liaising with police, preparing to be a witness and organising support for you in court.
Referrals to doctors who are sensitive to the needs of someone who has been sexually assaulted.
Counsellors who will listen, believe and support you.
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You need to make sure you are enrolled to vote with the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC).
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If you are going to be out of the country you will need to register as an overseas voter and provide an overseas address.
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You are eligible to enrol if you:
• are an Australian citizen, or eligible British subject,
• aged 18 years and over, and
• have lived at your address for at least one month.
To participate in the survey you need to be enrolled by 6pm on 24 August 2017.
Envelopes will be posted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics from 12 September 2017.
Don’t put glitter in your envelope as it will make your vote invalid.
Responses will be due by 7 November 2017 and a result announced on 15 November 2017.
The vote is voluntary and will not be binding on the Government.
Brilliant new video - Kiah’s story...
Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service (FVPLS) Victoria is proud to launch a Victorian State Government funded video which talks to Koori youth about healthy relationships.
The animated video points out that unhealthy behaviours can happen in any relationship. The important thing is to draw on the strength of your support network.
Trauma Sensitive Yoga – Term 3
8 weeks: 24 July – 11 September
Yarraville Yoga Centre offers a women only yoga course for survivors of trauma. The emphasis in a trauma sensitive yoga class is to create a safe, predictable and non-judgmental space in which survivors can look into, explore and befriend their bodies again.