Articles about ‘Support Services’
1800 RESPECT accessibility
For Family & Friends, Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Workers, Young People
This 1800RESPECT Auslan video provides an overview of the website and information on how to access our sexual assault, domestic violence and family violence counselling and support.
Information for Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders
This information covers what is sexaul assault, what is a CASA, the effects of sexual assault and what CASA's can offer to Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islander survivors or sexual assault.
SECASA mens service
For Male Survivors
It is estimated that 1 in 6 boys are sexually assaulted before the age of 18 years. SECASA has male counsellors available if required for men of all ages.
Service brochures in languages other than English
Standards and protocols
Victoria CASA Standards of Practice Manual
The aim of the Standards of Practice Manual is to consolidate the professional practice of sexual assault services in responding effectively and appropriately to the needs of victim/survivors of sexual assault.
Violence against women and girls with disabilities
For Family & Friends, Female Survivors, Male Survivors, Students, Teachers, Workers, Young People
This video is produced by Women with Disabilities Australia (WWDA) and is about violence and abuse against women and girls with disability.
What are the Victorian CASAs?
The Victorian (Australia) Centres Against Sexual Assault (CASAs) 1 are non-profit, government funded organisations that provide support and intervention to women, children and men who are victim/survivors of sexual assault.
Who is SECASA
The South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA) provides sexual assault and family violence services in Victoria within the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston, Bayside, Port Phillip, Stonnington, Glen Eira and Kingston local government areas. We also work in the Greater Dandenong, Casey and Cardinia growth corridor.