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Welcome to Stopping Family Violence

Everyone deserves to live without fear of violence.

Upcoming training

Find out what training is being run by Stopping Family Violence and other providers.


Get access to useful publications and links to resources to support work within the FDV sector.


View some of the latest research and publications on FDV and perpetrator intervention.

About us

Providing leadership and expertise to the FDV sector.

Stopping Family Violence was formed on the belief that everyone deserves to live without fear of violence. The organisation’s purpose is to drive the social change that we believe is necessary to put an end to family and domestic violence (FDV). 

  • Raise awareness of FDV
  • Change FDV perceptions
  • Enhance safety and reduce risk for those experiencing FDV
  • Focus on changing harmful behaviours
  • Research and pilot programs
  • Community engagement
  • Peak body in WA for perpetratory repsonse work
  • Community advocacy

Stopping Family Violence is committed to bring training and events to the WA community which supports workforce development and an increased awareness of Family and Domestic Violence. 

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Stopping Family Violence supports the work other organisations provide that works towards raising awareness and changing FDV perceptions. 

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Stopping Family Violence

Supporting partnerships that
make a difference

Find out about the organisations delivering men’s behaviour change programs in Western Australia.

SFV is an accrredited Safe & Together™ training provider. Find out more about the training here. 

SFV is accredited to provide Caring Dads Training. Find out more about the Caring Dads program here. 

High-class specialists are ready to help you at any time.

Contact us any suitable way and make an appointment with the doctor whose help you need! Visit us at the scheduled time and get your treatment.

Our doctors

We have the best specialists
of the country

SFV Team
Mike Rolson
SFV Team
Scarlett Yohanson
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Andrew Karnegi
SFV Team
Scarlett Yohanson
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News and Articles

COVID-19 & Men's Behaviour Change Programs

COVID-19 & Men's Behaviour Change Programs

International experience indicates that the COVID-19 virus will significantly impact on the FDV experiences of adult and child…
Time to reflect, time to connect - a survivor's story

Time to reflect, time to connect - a survivor's story

While being locked in a cupboard by her abusive ex-husband and hearing the banging, shouting and the crashing,…
Our Hearts are Heavy as we March – 29th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

Our Hearts are Heavy as we March – 29th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

The silence fell upon the nearly 800-strong crowd of women, men and children as we gathered our thoughts…

What our customers say

I wanted to thank everyone at this facility for the quality of care and compassion they showed during my stay. I went into the emergency room . The staff in every part of the hospital was friendly, they made me laugh which kept my spirits up.

— Antonio Valencia

Today is my last day of infusion. But I know I will be back …not as a patient but a visitor. I have only positive things to say about the nurses at Medilife here in infusion and also on the 4th Floor. They all called me by my name when I walked in the door.

— Matheo Darmian
Contact us

Get in touch!

Email: admin@sfv.org.au
Phone: (08) 6323 7188
Address: City West Lotteries House,
Unit 3, 2 Delhi Street, West Perth WA 6005

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If you are in crisis and need support, please call the most suitable support service below.

Stopping Family Violence is not a direct service provider.

  • Emergency 24/7: 000
  • Lifeline: 13 11 14
  • Women's DV Line: 9223 1188 or 1800 007 339 (country)
  • Men's DV Line: 9223 1199 or 1800 000 599
  • Crisis Care 24/7: 9223 1111
  • 1800 Respect: 1800 737 732
  • Beyond Blue: 1300 22 46 36
  • Headspace: 1800 650 890
  • Kids Helpline 24/7: 1800 551 800

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