Men’s Domestic Violence Services & 24/7 Hotllines

Locals Men’s Services


A service for men who are concerned about the effects of their behaviour on the people they love, work and spend time with. Centrecare provides a range of individual counselling and group programs, specifically designed for men who are engaging in abusive behaviours but have chosen to explore more respectful ways of relating. Services are also available for partners and children.

Centrecare counselling and group programs for men provide a unique and safe opportunity for men to address their concerns in a respectful and non-judgmental environment. It also seeks to support men in their ability to build healthy relationships for the future and be accountable for the past.

Download the Centrecare Men’s Domestic Violence brochure

Address: Suite 1 & 3 Radio House,
8-10 William Street, Esperance WA 6450

Phone: (08) 9083 2600
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Office closed public holidays



AnglicareWA is a not for profit community service organisation. We support people, families and their communities to cope with the challenges of life by building their resilience and capacity.

The Changing Tracks Program encourages men to manage their anger and learn to communicate in a healthy, effective and safe manner. Changing Tracks provides a 24 week group program. Clients can hear and share stories with others in similar situations and access support in a respectful and confidential environment. The course teaches participants methods of anger management and how to reprogram their responses to conflict and stress.

Individual counselling is also made available to work through issues and address the source of violent, abusive behaviour. Counselling is confidential, respectful and professional.

The closest Changing Tracks program is in Albany.


Relationship Services Reception: (08) 9263 2050


Men’s 24/7 Hotlines

Violence Free Families

Violence Free Families works for the reduction of all types of family violence. We believe that every person has the right to live in her or his family free of fear and intimidation. We are especially concerned for the protection of children.

We work in Research, Development and Education, designing new and innovative men’s behaviour programs to ensure that more men have greater access to interventions that will help them take responsibility for their behavior and to help keep women and children safe.

Online Men’s Behaviour Change Program (OMBCP)

The Online Men’s Behaviour Change Program provides an opportunity to develop more satisfying relationships, learn non abusive behaviour, develop a caring respect for yourself and others and take responsibility for your own actions.

It is a unique collaborative experience, interacting with other men in real time and sharing problems with each other and the facilitators, almost like being face-to-face but without visual contact.

Trained facilitators will guide you through a 13-week program of live, interactive group sessions in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential online space. These sessions incorporate voice, text and video and aim to help you deal with strong emotions and conflict with understanding, confidence and self-control.

If you would like to read the overview of Longitudinal Research Study into the Outcomes of Men’s Behaviour Change Programs please click here to be redirected to the Violence Free Families website.



Alcohol and Drug Support Line

Website: Alcohol-and-drug-support-line


1800 198 024

BEYONDBLUE – Depression, anxiety



1300 224 636


Adult survivors of childhood trauma
Hours: 9.00 AM – 5.00 PM



1300 657 380

Crisis Care Helpline

People in crisis needing urgent help


1800 199 008

Mental Health Services – RURAL LINK

Afterhours (4.30pm – 8:30am, Mon to Fri & 24 hours Saturday, Sunday and Public holidays)


1800 552 002


Online Chat available.


13 11 14

Meth Helpline

Website: Meth Helpline


1800 874 878

Men’s Domestic Violence Helpline

24 HOUR national service – counselling for men who are concerned about their violent and abusive behaviours.

Telephone counselling, information and referral information about accessing legal advice, accommodation and other support services for people who have been served with a violence restraining order. A telephone based interpreting service is available if required.

Information and support is also available for men who have/are experiencing family and domestic violence.

1800 000 599

Mensline Australia

24/7 telephone and online support an information service for Australian men. Supports men and boys who are dealing with family and relationship difficulties.



1300 789 978

National Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Hotline



1800 737 732

Parent and Family Drug Support Line

Website: Parent and Family Drug Support Line


1800 653 203


Counselling and referral service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI)


Online chat and support.

youth servicesinternet-forumcomputertelephone

1800 184 527

Suicide Call Back Service

Online chat and video chat available.


1300 659 467

The Samaritans

24/7 Anonymous Crisis Support.


135 427

Working Away Alcohol and Drug Support Line – 24/7

A confidential telephone support, information and referral service for those working away from home, their families and employers who are concerned about their own or another person’s alcohol or drug use or mental health and well being.

Website: Working Away Alcohol and Drug Support Line.


1800 721 997

Do you have a suggestion for Men’s Domestic Violence Services?