In an emergency dial 000
If you need help, don't forget there is always someone there to listen and help
24/7 Ring DV Line 1800 656 463 or 18000 RESPECT (1800 737 732)
Our email/contact is not constantly monitored and we may take a few days to respond to your request.
If you or someone you know needs help who does not speak english we have interpreter cards for download in 4 different languages, Farsi, Indonesian, Chinese and Spanish. We also have some pages with more languages so that you can also identify their language and ring the interpreter service.
Also to help out with establishing someone's language we have an identification chart for you to download and keep on hand for people to identify their language.
Family Violence Law Help (familyviolencelaw.gov.au) is a national website for people wanting to understand domestic and family violence, the law and where to get help.
It can be used by people affected by domestic and family violence, educators and frontline workers.
Family Violence Law Help has free, easy to understand information about:
- domestic and family violence
- family law
- child protection law
- Apprehended Domestic Violence Orders, and
- where to get help.
- The website can be translated into different languages and has useful factsheets that can be downloaded or printed. It uses illustrations throughout to help with readability.
Free Phone Apps:
ANY SERVICE WHO NEEDS RESOURCES FOR WOMEN EXPERIENCING DFV - CONTACT CAMPBELLTOWN CITY COUNCIL FOR COPIES OF THE CHARMED AND DANGEROUS BOOKLET AND THE WOMEN'S POCKET CARD.
CONTACT NUMBERS FOR SERVICES IN CAMPBELLTOWN
If you are experiencing any form of domestic violence, there is 24/7 help
Women can call 1800 RESPECT (737 732)
Men can call 1300 789 978
Crisis and Emergency Services
Police, Fire and Ambulance 000
Domestic Violence Hotline 1800 65 64 63
Links2Home 1800 152 152
Lifeline 13 11 14
FACS Helpline (to report child abuse and neglect) 13 21 11
NSW Rape Crisis 1800 424 017
Campbelltown City Council 4645 4579