Do you work in client services?
We support women, non binary people and children impacted by homelessness, domestic and family violence and systemic disadvantage. Please use the below to refer your clients to our services.
Specialist Homelessness Services
If you would like to refer your client to any of our specialist homelessness services, please fill out this form.
You are can refer your client to receive support regarding accomodation and/or case management.
We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Stay Home Leaving Violence
The Staying Home Leaving Violence (SHLV) program is to assist women 18+ years and their children residing in Georges River LGA.
The program is designed to prevent women and children from heaving to leave their own home - and becoming homeless or having to move away from their support system of family and friends, and the school and community where they live.
Please note: SHLV is not suitable for clients who are homeless. Please refer to Specialist Homelessness Services to assist in these circumstances.
SHLV provides a range of support, such as safety planning, improving home security, help in managing finances, support for children, support to make a police statement, and court support.
If you would like to refer your client, fill out this form.
Free ACCESS Mentoring Program
ACCESS is a free personalised mentoring program developed by WAGEC to support women with training, education and employment goals.
To be eligible to become an ACCESS mentee, clients must be over 18, based in Greater Sydney and identify as a woman or non-binary.
1 in 3 mentees start a new job or work experience after completing the program!
If you have a client who would benefit from the program, you can refer them using this form.
Get in touch
Women's and Girls' Emergency Centre
36-38 George St,
Donation drop off:
33 Renwick St, Redfern
Monday - Friday
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM