Support is available via email or chat online (there is also a chat button on the floating bar at the bottom of every webpage). These text options may be suitable for hearing/speech-impaired women, non-binary and gender diverse people, including people with autism or social anxiety. Email is typically responded to within two working days.
Interpreters are available on our phone line — call 1300 134 130 and ask for an interpreter in your language. We will arrange for a third-party interpreter to join the call.
Our website aims to comply with WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
Most of our information booklets have now been converted into web pages for easy access. We also livestream and upload recordings of information seminars when it’s appropriate.
Physical access at the Walk-In Centre
Face-to-face supports are available at the Walk-In Centre with no appointment from 9.30am–12.30pm and 1.30pm–4.30pm, depending on availability. We are located at Level 1, accessible by stairs or elevator. The Bourke St entrance has two steps, and the hallway has automated doors. Wheelchair access is available from Godfrey Street. Support animals, advocates and support workers are welcome.
The front door to our walk-in centre on Level 1 is old and heavy, so please ring the doorbell for assistance and a warm welcome.