Have you recently been sexually assaulted?

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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.

New Multidisciplinary Centre (MDC) opens in Wyndham

WestCASA is now calling the Wyndham Multidisciplinary Centre (MDC) home, following the official opening of the new centre on 29 May. The MDC was opened by the Family Violence Assistant Commissioner Dean McWhirter, Minister for Police The Hon Lisa Neville MP, Minister for Families and Children The Hon Jenny Mikakos MP and Treasurer The Hon Tim Pallas MP.

The Wyndham MDC will bring together specialist sexual assault and family violence services under one roof in Melbourne’s fast growing western suburbs and features counselling and advocacy support services, general health checks, therapeutic support, forensic medical services, as well as guidance through the justice system.

MDC is located at the “Women’s Health Hub”
Level 2, 236-240 Hoppers Lane, WERRIBEE VIC 3030.
Counselling Line: 9216 0444
Administration Line: 9216 0411

Parking: Parking in the area directly surrounding the building is free for clients. Tickets are provided upon entering through the boom gates and will need to be validated with reception prior to leaving the building.

Public Transport: The train line to Hoppers Crossing/Werribee is being updated; a new crossing in Altona is being built. There are buses that are being used to and from Newport station until July 29th that will follow the train route and go through to Hoppers.

WestCASA is committed to the safety of all children in the community. We recognise our specific legal and duty of care obligations to mitigate the risk of harm to young people aged 12 to 18 years who use our service directly and younger children as siblings and family members of adult service users. WestCASA has systems, policies and processes that ensure we are a child safe organisation.