Having the violence leave: women’s experiences of the Safe at Home Program in Western Australia
MetadataShow full item record
This study explores women’s experiences of “Safe at Home” program introduced in Western Australia in 2010. The program provides specialist support for up to twelve months to women (with or without children) who choose to remain in their own home, without the perpetrator, following an incident of domestic and family violence. In-depth interviews with participants of this program provided insight into what women believed contributed to stabilizing their housing; reducing further risks of violence; as well as suggestions improvements to policy and practice into the future.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Making the links between women’s health and women’s lives in Papua New Guinea: Implications for policy and health care deliveryHinton, Rachael (2009)International perspectives of women’s health have drawn on biomedical solutions and pathology-based aspects, and one of the main components of a changing and evolving definition of women’s health is to provide an alternative ...
Inoue, Madoka (2012)This thesis examines infant feeding practices, including knowledge and attitudes towards breastfeeding, factors that influence the duration of breastfeeding, and breastfeeding outcomes in relation to postpartum women’s ...
Alcohol, tobacco and other drug concerns of newly arrived 'CaLD' (culturally and linguistically diverse) women in PerthLee, Susan Kaye (2008)Womens Health Services (WHS) in Perth provides medical services, counselling, information, community talks and workshops, referral, and outreach to women in Western Australia. WHS works with women from over sixty different ...