Women’s Safety Services of Central Australia (WoSSCA) is a not-for-profit, non-government organisation that operates on a feminist framework and is committed to assisting and enabling women and children experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence.

We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land we work on, as the first people of this country. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander elders past, present and emerging.

Our vision is for greater safety, respect and dignity for all women and their children in Central Australia.

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WOSSCA

PO Box 3219

Alice Springs, NT,  0870

 

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Women’s Safety Services of Central Australia provide specialist training around domestic and family violence, for local health and community service providers.

We are strong advocates for community engagement, also offering community education and training to local school and community groups, on issues around domestic and family violence.

If you’d like to provide education and training to your staff about domestic and family violence, we provide tailored training sessions within your organisation and customised to your needs.

We are regularly involved in specialised training, in collaboration with other local service providers, such as the Family Safety Framework Training with the Northern Territory Police.

We are happy to engage with you on what your training needs might be. Our intention is to create customisable solutions that educate, inform and equip everyone in the community to recognise and respond to domestic and family violence.

Our staff regularly get involved in local community events, and our CEO speaks regularly and industry specific conferences and networking events. If you would like us to lend our voices to your event please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 

For more information on our training, please contact our Community Development and Training Officer at cdt@wossca.org.au or phone the Outreach Program office on (08) 8953 7648.