The
Patricia Giles
Centre

Accommodation and counselling for women and children affected by domestic violence

Looking for emergency accommodation? Call Crisis Care

9223 1111

The Patricia Giles Centre provides refuge accommodation, counselling and associated services for women and children affected by domestic violence. A range of programmes and support groups are facilitated by the Centre.

What We Do

Accommodation

The Pat Giles refuge can provide safe, crisis housing for single women and women with children to 18 years who have experienced family violence. If you need to come into a refuge in an emergency phone Crisis Care 9223 1111 and they will assist you with a taxi.

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Counselling

The Patricia Giles Centre offers counselling through its Counselling Service for Women. All counsellors have tertiary qualifications in counselling and extensive experience in the field.

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Aboriginal Services

The Patricia Giles Centre provides services for Aboriginal women and children including a parenting engagement program and playgroups for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

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Family and Domestic Violence Coordinated Response Service

The co-location response model consists of the FDVCR service, the WA Police and the Department of Child Protection. The partnership will jointly triage Domestic Violence Incident Reports (DVIR)and provide risk assessment and appropriate responses for families and individuals.

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Support Groups

A series of groups are run during school terms. These courses are free and childcare is available. All groups, as well as being learning environments, offer opportunities for members to develop friendships with supportive people in similar situations.

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