Useful numbers and information
If you need urgent help, call CRISIS CARE* (08) 9223 1111 or Country Freecall 1800 199 008*
If you are in immediate physical danger, call POLICE 000
*Crisis Care is the Department for Communities, Child Protection and Family Support’s telephone information service for anyone who needs urgent help, including crisis accommodation.
Women's Domestic Violence Helpline:
- (08) 9223 1188
- Or Country Freecall 1800 007 339
Legal Aid Domestic Violence Unit:
- (08) 9261 6222
Men's Domestic Violence Helpline:
- (08) 9223 1199
- Or Country Freecall 1800 000 599
Starick crisis accommodation
If you are in immediate physical danger, call the police now on 000. If you are not in immediate danger and would prefer to speak to a support worker at one of our refuges:
- Phone (08) 9458 1107
Starick outreach services
If you are experiencing domestic and family violence but are unable or unwilling to stay in a refuge, contact our outreach worker to discuss the range of free services we offer:
- Phone (08) 9398 5039 or walk into Starick’s outreach services office at Community Lotteries House, 2232 Albany Highway, Gosnells.
Starick domestic violence advocates
Our domestic violence advocates are based at local police stations and offer free support, as well as referral to legal and other services:
- Armadale: Ph 0448 121 531 or walk into Armadale Police Station at 23 Prospect Rd, Armadale
- Cannington: Ph 0467 493 051 or walk into Cannington Police Station at 1325 Albany Hwy, Cannington.
Starick "Safe At Home" program
If you want to stay in your home safe from an abusive partner or family member and that person is no longer living at the property, our Safe at Home program can offer practical advice and support. We also have a Safe at Home program specifically for Aboriginal women.
- (08) 6290 2816
- Or walk into Starick’s office at Community Lotteries House, 2232 Albany Highway, Gosnells.