Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria provides support, information and referrals to people experiencing (or who have experienced) family violence. It also provides training, publications, research and other resources to practitioners and service organisations that work with survivors of family violence.
- Initial telephone support, information and referral
- Online information
- Training courses for professionals to improve their skills in supporting survivors of violence
- A specialist library that provides self-help material and is open to the general public
- A biannual magazine, DVRCV Advocate, which includes a list of Victorian support groups
- Publications and research, including books and discussion papers
- Pamphlets, booklets and websites to assist survivors of family violence
Available to anyone who is or has been a victim of family violence
How to access
For help and assistance contact the Domestic Violence Resource Centre.
52 Cardigan Street, Carlton, Victoria, 3053
General enquiries: (03) 8346 5200
Training enquiries: (03) 8346 5266
Visit the Domestic Violence Resource Centre website
The National Relay Service (NRS) is available to help callers with a hearing or speech impairment. For:
The Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) is available (24 hours, 7 days) for callers who speak other languages. Call 131 450.
Monday to Friday, 9 am – 5 pm
- Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria is a free service.
- Calls are charged at the cost of a local call.
- Calls from mobile phones may be charged at a higher rate.