Dusk is a supportive 8 week group program for women who have experienced domestic and family violence.
Through the group, we work together to build knowledge, understanding and self-esteem. We value and respect each woman's own unique journey.
Dusk is for women who remain in their relationship, those who have left their relationship and women who feel unsafe as a result of the behaviour of other family members such as teenage or adult children.
We can provide transport and childcare for pre-school aged children all at no cost to your to help you attend Dusk.
Kids Club is an after-school group program for 8 to 12 year olds who have experienced domestic and family violence.
We provide a safe group environment to talk about feelings while we share afternoon tea and fun experiences. Kids Club is a great way to meet new friends and identify safety networks in our lives.
Throughout the program, children build self-esteem, learn how to care for themselves and become aware of their strengths and skills.
This program is a step towards reducing further harm to children and reducing the likelihood of domestic and family violence trauma being carried into adolescence and adulthood.
Liberty Wellness Program
Liberty partners with local businesses and organisations to offer a series of free or low-cost wellbeing programs and fun activities throughout the year. These are exciting opportunities for women and children to learn new skills, meet new friends and connect with the community on their journey towards achieving their full potential.
Domestic Violence Education Workshops
Our specialist prevention and advocacy team members can develop a tailored domestic and family violence education program for your workplace or group. We partner with other organisations to deliverr specialised training in the local community.
MATE / Bystander Programs
Liberty delivers the Bystander Program to schools, universities, businesses and community organisations. The education and intervention program teaches us all to be leaders in the prevention of violence and harmful behaviour. It teaches community members how to recognise abuse and have the courage and confidence to speak out and offer help.