Warringu Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders Corporation

Our organisation was established in January 1984 as a specialist domestic and family violence service to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and children. We have consistently delivered services in Far North QLD for nearly 40 years. We operate a shelter for women and children escaping DFV situations and have recently embarked on a journey to expand our services to ensure our clients receive the best level of care, have access to the required support services, are provided with assistance to build strong and healthy relationships and education to look after themselves and their families to break unhealthy cycles to live a life free of violence.

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Warringu Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation

This project will see us increase our provision of services in mental health (including NDIS and Drug & Alcohol supports); physical health (including basics such as good personal hygiene and food handling); emotional wellbeing; practical household management; parenting assistance; education in being able to identify violence (breaking the cycle); recovery from instances of sexual assault; and child Safety (including therapeutic supports).
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What are our impact areas?

Justice & safety

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What are our other impact areas?

Domestic & family violence

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