November 27 2020 A travelling exhibition featuring domestic violence survivors from the Illawarra will make a stop at NSW Parliament
November 26 2020 Half the incidents Lake Illawarra Police respond to involve domestic and family violence, so there’s good reason
November 25 2020 Wollongong’s fight to build a one-stop centre for domestic violence survivors Illawarra Women’s Health Centre general manager
24 November 2020 Prominent Melbourne anti-violence campaign Tarang Chawla will be the special guest at an exhibition opening in Wollongong
October 20 2020 Illawarra Mercury by Sally Stevenson The Illawarra Women’s Health Centre is nationally accredited, annually audited, and has
29 SEPTEMBER 2020 ABC Radio News and Current Affairs By Sarah Sedghi on AM There’ve been plenty of warnings about
SEPTEMBER 19 2020 Illawarra Mercury by Judy Daunt The data is very clear. In 99 per cent of domestic violence-related
21 AUGUST 2020 ABC Illawarra by Kelly Fuller Kim Sattler has worked in welfare services for more than 40 years
AUGUST 15 2020 Illawarra Mercury by Judy Daunt For more than 30 years the Illawarra Women’s Health Centre has provided
26th May 2020 Demand for abortions has increased by 45 per cent at an Illawarra centre during lockdown, with vulnerable
The road to recovery for many of those who have suffered domestic violence can often be a long and winding one.
The bid to establish an Australian-first domestic violence trauma recovery centre in the Illawarra is one step closer thanks to a $50,000 grant.
Details of domestic violence support services in the region, discreetly hidden in the barrel of a ballpoint pen.
Illawarra Women’s Health Centre general manager Sally Stevenson has welcomed a $35,000 funding boost to help address critical staff shortages.
Women fleeing domestic and family violence could soon have access to a “one-stop shop” of support services.
On average, Lake Illawarra police officers respond to 12 domestic violence (DV) incidents every day.
Nearly 4000 households in Warilla and Lake Illawarra will receive a community survey this week, as part of a project to drive down the suburbs’ high rates of domestic violence.
Rising rates of domestic violence – including son to mother violence – are behind a groundbreaking pilot program being rolled out in the Illawarra.
Kate McIlwain explores an Illawarra health centre fighting the daily battle against the risks of being a woman.
Illawarra women’s health advocate Sally Stevenson has called changes to a national rape and domestic violence counselling hotline ‘’diabolical’’.