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Domestic and family violence resources

These resources provide information and contact details about where to get help for victims of domestic and family violence (DFV), as well as information for family and friends who suspect someone they know is being abused. There is also information for people who use violence or abuse about how to get help.

If you would prefer a hard copy, you can order resources online. When ordering hard copies, quantity limits apply. Orders can only be delivered to Queensland addresses, and orders for regional and remote areas should be placed as soon as possible due to extended postage times.

Please contact the Violence Prevention Team on email or (07) 3224 4477 (Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm) for more information or assistance.

Additional resources for sector organisations can be found on the Publication Portal, such as DFV research, legislation, professional practice standards, and information for self-funded refuges.

List of resources

Brochures

Wallet cards

Posters

  • You should be safe, respected and living without fear
    A poster promoting information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who are experiencing violence and/or abuse in relationships.
    - English
    - English (customisable)
  • Ngangk winyang keh mo'an ang, nint minam anman ang
    A poster in Wik Mungkan promoting information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who are experiencing violence and/or abuse in relationships.
    - Wik Mungkan
    - Wik Mungkan (customisable)
  • Yu should be sape, ree'spekted an lib lipe weir norbody ken mek yu ahkan
    A poster in Torres Strait Islander Creole promoting information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who are experiencing violence and/or abuse in relationships.
    - Torres Strait Islander Creole
    - Torres Strait Islander Creole (customisable)