Women's Liberation Halfway House is a non-profit organisation that provides short-term intensive support, crisis accommodation and outreach services to women and their children experiencing family violence.
WLHH was founded in 1974 by a group of committed women who were part of the Women’s Liberation Movement. It was the first women’s refuge in Victoria and operated with no funding until April 1975 when a small grant from government was secured. It is now funded through Family Safety Victoria via Department Families, Fairness and Housing.
WLHH services include:
- Short-term crisis accommodation
- Outreach support in the broader community
- Secondary Consultations
- Case management for women and children
- Art therapy
- Court Support
To find out more about WLHH visit their website HERE
To find out more about WOB's Corporate Membership Packages visit our Corporate Membership page HERE