Staying Home Leaving Violence

Staying Home Leaving Violence (SHLV) is a specialist domestic and family violence program aimed at promoting victim’s housing stability and preventing their homelessness. The SHLV service model is based on intensive case work which is long-term, needs based and integrated with key agencies such as Police, Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services (WDVCAS) health services, Housing NSW and relevant NGOs.

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Supporting women and children to stay at home safely and make the domestic voilence leave.
For information and support call the MDNC on: 02 6684 4299 or email:

We provide:

  • Information and support to empower women to keep themselves and their family safe.
  • Assistance to obtain court orders to remove your partner from the house.

  • Safety assessment and audits of your home.

  • Installation of safety upgrades including alarms, CCTV or SOS Duress alarms.

  • Safety planning

  • Referral to services and support to develop a plan for the future.

  • Case management and case coordination of multiple services.

Getting help out of hours
Anyone in immediate danger should call 000 or 112 from a mobile.

For information and support call
NSW Domestic Violence Line on 1800 65 6463 or
1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732 1800 737 732

For crisis accommodation information
Link2Home on 1800 152 152
OTCP After Hours Support 1300 355 305

Men having problems with violent behaviour can call
Men’s referral Service on 1300 766 491

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