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OUR WORK

Support Services

The Australian Muslim Women’s Centre for Human Rights prioritises practical assistance for women and young women to improve their lives in tangible and meaningful ways.

Our services focus on the therapeutic benefits of supporting women to create practical changes in their lives, considering their strengths.

We advocate for equitable and respectful access for Muslim women to mainstream services, opportunities and resources. We are committed to providing intersectional, culturally responsive emotional support to help create trusting relationships between practitioners and their clients.

Secondary consultation with service providers and collaborative casework are key services that contribute to sector capacity to respond to Muslim women in meaningful ways.

Our services focus on the therapeutic benefits of supporting women to create practical changes in their lives, considering their strengths.

What services do we provide?

What support can we provide?

Supporting women to unpack the challenges they face and connect them with information, resources and services

A trauma-informed casework practice that allows women a reflective process to decision-making and goal-setting

We work to be culturally and intersectionally responsive to women's situations and systemic and interpersonal barriers

Supporting women in family violence situations, providing risk assessment, safety planning and case planning

Advocacy to support women when engaging with police, courts and the justice systems

Referrals to legal, housing, medical, mental health, financial and material aid, financial counselling and migration services

Outreach services

Cultural and emotional support when dealing with human rights issues such as safety, consent, personal freedoms, isolation, access to services, resources and opportunities

Referral and advocacy to access emergency relief and crisis services

To access our support services, advocacy and referrals, please contact us.

The Australian Muslim Women's Centre for Human Rights acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we conduct our work, and that sovereignty has never been ceded. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.