Family Violence Counselling And Support Service (FVCSS) 1800 608 122
If someone is at immediate risk or in danger call Tasmania Police on 000
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service (FVCSS) is a free service. We work with adults, children and young people who have experienced family violence.
• Information, counselling and support by telephone and face to face
• Safety planning
• Linking victims to police support
• Advocacy, liaison and referral to appropriate legal, accommodation and support services
FVCSS is part of the Tasmanian Government integrated response to family violence
www.safeathome.tas.gov.au FVCSS works with Tasmania Police, the Court Support and Liaison Service and other key agencies to manage responses to incidents of family violence.
Who this service is for
People can self-refer or be referred by another person or service. Services are available to people in heterosexual and same-sex relationships.
All services are free, confidential, voluntary and subject to the State’s Privacy Provisions.
The service operates from 9am to midnights weekdays and 4pm to midnight weekends and public holidays.
How this service is delivered
The Family Violence Counselling and Support Service has offices in Burnie, Launceston and Hobart. Contact us to arrange an appointment.
Call or visit us online
Statewide - 1800 608 122
If someone is at risk or in danger, call 000.
We'll come to you (outreach)
Appointments can also be made to see clients in other locations.
You can download our Family Violence and Support Service Adult Program brochure here.
You can access the Children and Young Persons program (CHYPP) brochure on our website.Download Brochure
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