Provides 24 hour support, information and referrals for anyone affected by sexual assault, domestic violence or abuse.
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A Community Controlled Health Service delivering primary health care services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Helps LGBTI+ people and people with HIV take control of their mental health by providing a range of counselling services and a care coordination program for people with complex needs.
You can complain to the Commission if you believe an older person or an adult with a disability is subject to, or at risk of neglect, abuse or exploitation.
Assists with a wide range of matters involving older people, including identifying, preventing and reporting elder abuse.
Advocacy and education service supporting and improving the wellbeing of older people and people with disabilities across Queensland.
Adult Safeguarding Unit located in the Office for Ageing Well and has a strong focus on safeguarding the rights of adults at risk of abuse.
Helps people to be heard and understood. Can provide information about your rights, and help you to deal with problems or complaints.
Operates the Western Australian elder abuse helpline, provides free and confidential information, support and referrals to anyone impacted by elder abuse.
A free service for raising concerns about the quality of care or services that are delivered to people receiving aged care services.
Supporting older people in South Australia to uphold their aged care and human rights for over 29 years. Assists elder people with information and access to residential aged care services.
Information, practical support and referrals for abused or disabled older people across New South Wales.
Provides information, support and can receive reports about concerns or risks of abuse, neglect or exploitation of older people and adults with disability.
Provides legal assistance, tenant advocacy, disability advocacy, community legal education and regional legal clinics, in the Great Southern community of Western Australia.
Non-profit organisation that was developed and set up to cater for the primary health care needs, including mental health support.