STOPPING FAMILY VIOLENCE CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S SAFETY & WELLBEING Strangulation may result in a range of serious injuries that can cause death or permanent disability. Australian statistics show that in 2017 to 2018, strangulation/suffocation was the cause of death in 6 per cent of all homicides and 9 per cent...

A tale of survival at the 30th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March

On Friday the 27 November, we marched in solidarity and silence to honour and grieve for those victims who lost their lives from Family & Domestic Violence (FDV) related issues at this year's 30th Annual Silent Domestic Violence Memorial March. Together with the Women's Council for Domestic and Family Violence...

COVID-19 and Men’s Behaviour Change Programs Practice Update 3 (30/9/20)

Like all jurisdictions nationally and internationally, the COVID-19 situation has caused substantial economic and social disruption to Western Australians’ ways of life. However, in relative terms, the public health impact of the pandemic in this state has been ‘light’. Community transmission in Western Australia has been very low, if not...

Supporting victims of Family and Domestic Violence through the COVID-19 crisis

Stopping Family Violence, together with the Department of Communities and the Women's Council for Domestic and Family Violence Services WA, is hoping you will help send a supportive message to victims of domestic and family violence during and after the social distancing and isolation resulting from COVID-19. We are seeking...