Junction offers domestic violence support to women, children and young people who are living with, or escaping domestic and family violence in the Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island regions. Please use the 'QUICK EXIT' button to leave this site quickly. If you are in immediate danger always call 000.
This service provides women and children with counselling, developing safety plans and support in finding a safe place to live. Please note that Junction only provides these services to those living on Kangaroo Island or in the Fleurieu region.
These services include:
If you live in the Fleurieu or Kangaroo Island regions and need support, please contact us on (08) 8555 3277. If you live elsewhere, please refer to 'Useful Contacts'.
View our Fleurieu Domestic Violence Service brochure.
View our Kangaroo Island Domestic Violence Service brochure.
If you, or someone you know, are in immediate danger, call 000 now.
Try to remove yourself and any children from the home or place where you or your children are experiencing violence. As this is not always possible, we recommend that you call the Police (000) when you can, and file a police report.
'Safety Planning Checklist' from 1800Respect.
If you live in the Fleurieu region (Yankalilla, Victor Harbour and Alexandrina) you can contact the Fleurieu Domestic Violence Service:
P: 1300 694 961
Hours of Service: Monday, Tuesday and Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm and Wednesdays 9.00am to 12.00pm.
If you live on Kangaroo Island you can contact the Kangaroo Island Domestic Violence Service:
P: (08) 8553 2877 or 0408 384 920
You can also drop into the Kangaroo Island Community Centre:
16 Telegraph Road, Kingscote, SA, 5223
Hours of service: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Domestic and family violence exists in many forms. The following are some examples of the tactics of violence and abuse:
Emotional - Threats, intimidation, put downs, name calling, jealousy and possessiveness.
Physical - Hitting, pushing, choking, assault, using weapons, property damage, harming pets and object damage
Sexual - Demanding sex, unwanted sexual acts and treating women as sexual objects
Financial - Gambling/drug use, accruing debts, controlling money, keeping the woman poor even if she does paid work.
Social - Isolation, smothering, stalking, put downs, alienation from family and friends. Controlling what the woman does, who she talks to, where she goes and public humiliation.
Police assistance and emergency response
P: 131 444 OR 000 in an emergency
Domestic Violence Crisis Line
Emergency Accommodation & After Hours Support
P: 1800 800 098
National counselling helpline, information and support 24/7
P: 1800 737 732
Women's Legal Service Advice Line
Legal advice, representation and community education
P: 1800 816 349
Indigenous Women's Outreach
P: 1800 685 137
Rural Women's Outreach
P: 1800 555 850
Child Abuse Report Line
Report child abuse
P: 13 14 78
Kids Help Line
Free, private and confidential, phone counselling service specifically for young people aged between 5 and 25
P: 1800 551 800