Start a
conversation to
end family violence.
We all have
the right to feel
safe at home.
We all have
the right to feel
safe at home.

ARE YOU SAFE AT HOME?

Are you experiencing family violence?

If you’re experiencing abuse, you don’t have to face this alone.

Help and support is available. The Are You Safe at Home? website features lots of helpful information around family violence and where to go for help.

Is someone you know unsafe?

Do you think someone you know may be experiencing family violence?

The Are You Safe at Home? website features lots of helpful tips, conversation starters and information to help you start your potentially lifesaving chat with a friend, family member or colleague.

A conversation for everyone

We know that many people experiencing family violence will reach out to family and friends first. How you respond can make a real difference on someone’s journey to safety.

We can all keep an eye out for the signs of family violence, speak up, and offer support. With the right approach, your support can make a real difference. Learn how to ask “are you safe at home?” by watching our new video series.

“Living in fear” (English)

Learn more about what family violence is, and how you can access support if you are experiencing abuse. 

“How do I ask my friend or family member if they are safe at home?” (English)

Learn more about how to ask a loved one if they are safe at home. 

“Recognising the signs of family violence” (English)

Learn more about the signs of family violence, and how to start the conversation with a loved one. 

“Helping a loved one who isn’t safe at home” (English)

Learn about safe ways to respond if someone you care about is experiencing abuse. 

Are You Safe
at Home? Day
MAY 10

It’s an opportunity to ask someone in your life ‘Are you safe at home?’ — Start a conversation to end family violence.

Asking such an important question can be tough, so the Are You Safe at Home? website features lots of helpful tips, conversation starters and information to help you start your potentially lifesaving chat with a friend, family member or colleague.

Mark 10 May in your calendar this year and let’s start the conversation because we all have the right to feel safe at home.

Find support
in your state

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger dial 000 immediately.

There is help and advice available in your state if you or someone you know is or may be experiencing family violence.

Easy English

Information from this website is also available in an Easy English downloadable booklet called ‘How to feel safe at home if there is family violence’.

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