Are you safe

at home?

We all have a right to feel safe and protected at home.

The Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV) is a Victorian specialist family violence organisation. For over 30 years we have been working towards our vision of creating a world in which women and their children are thriving, respected and free from violence.

About this site

The ‘Are you safe at home?’ resources aim to raise awareness about the signs of family violence and where to get help, and includes advice for friends and family who may know someone who is experiencing family violence.

These resources include printed cards distributed through essential services in Victoria and a standalone website with help and advice.

You can help by sharing these resources with your networks.

Raising awareness about family violence supports in Victoria

When posting 'Are you safe at home?' content on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, please tag DVRCV:

Facebook – @dvrcv
LinkedIn – @Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria@FamilySafetyVictoria
Twitter – @dvrcv@FamilySafetyVic

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Enquiries

For more information, email [email protected]

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Are you unsafe right now?
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call triple zero (000).
Find more information about 
family violence support services below.

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Is someone you know unsafe?

Information for friends, family, neighbours and colleagues.

Are you safe at home?

Help and support if you're experiencing abuse. 

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Social media tiles - Is someone you know unsafe at home?

Information in  languages other than English

We've created flyers and social media tiles using information from this website translated into Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Hindi and Vietnamese.

Translated resources