State and territory governments deliver a range of services including justice, policing and legal assistance for victims and perpetrators, health and mental health services and education. They also fund and coordinate many services provided by the non‐government sector.
The National Plan recognises that there are a number of innovative and locally-tailored initiatives being delivered in the different states and territories. The National Plan builds on this important work and provides a coordinated platform for action to help jurisdictions work together to create lasting change. Visit the relevant state or territory government website for up-to-date information about the work being done to give life to the National Plan on the ground across Australia.
Visit the Australian Capital Territory Community Services Directorate website.
Key websites include:
Key websites housing information about the work being done in the Northern Territory to reduce violence against women and their children include:
Key documents include:
Visit the Queensland Government Domestic and Family Violence website. This includes information about Sexual Assault Services, the Queensland Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence and information about ‘what’s new.’
Visit the South Australian Office for Women website.
Access the Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet’s website for information about work being done under the National Plan and related initiatives. Information about Tasmania’s whole-of-government strategy for responding to family violence, Safe at Home, is available on the Tasmania Police website.
Visit the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet website.
Visit the Department for Child Protection and Family Support website.