About the 1800RESPECT Service Directory

The 1800RESPECT Service Directory connects you with services relevant to your needs.

The Service Directory is designed for use by people impacted by violence and abuse, their support networks, and frontline workers.

The Service Directory can be searched by keyword, location, and types of services. The database is updated approximately once a month. The site is in BETA and feedback is welcomed.

If you are having trouble finding an appropriate service, please call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or via web chat to discuss your needs with our qualified counsellors. If you are having difficulty using the Service Directory please contact us

The accuracy of the listings contained in the Service Directory are the responsibility of the third party services. If you see an error in the information, please contact the organisation so they can update their details.

If you would like to apply to add a service to the directory, please complete this form.

Your application will be assessed by 1800RESPECT for suitability and will be included in the Directory if it meets our clinical support and referral pathway guidelines. To meet our guidelines, your organisation must: 

  • Be non-profit and/or Government Funded 

  • Directly relate to sexual assault, domestic or family violence support 

  • Be a recognised support service within Australia 

  • Not be a private for-profit company or organisation (including those with limited free sessions/services) unless they are funded or approved by Government to deliver these services 

  • Not be a charity or fundraising organisation as its primary business. 

If your service is already listed and the information requires updating, please complete this form or contact us