The Orange Door provides a free service for adults, children and young people who are experiencing, or have experienced, family violence in the Bayside Peninsula region.
What services are offered?
The Orange Door provides support in relation to:
- Family violence, L17 family violence referrals by Victoria Police, intake and crisis support
- Child wellbeing reports (Child FIRST) intake and assessment
- Men’s (perpetrator) family violence response intake and assessment
- Child Protection Community Based program
- Access point for all of the above services
- Whole-of-family risk and wellbeing assessment for every individual
Who can access the Orange Door?
Women, men and their children who are residing within the Bayside Peninsula region.
How to access the Orange Door?
Women, men and children can contact the Orange Door directly. They can also be referred by the Victoria Police and other community organisations.
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You can also contact the Family Violence team at Wayss.
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After-hours face-to-face crisis response
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