Victim Support ACT has moved to Level 2, 11 Moore Street!
On the 1st April 2016 Victim Support ACT joined the new structure of the Human Rights Commission. The newly formed Human Rights Commission is made up of the following statutory Office holders; President of the Human Rights Commission, Victims of Crime Commissioner, Discrimination, Health Services and Disability Services Commissioner and Public Advocate and Children and Young People Commissioner.
The services delivered under each Commissioner, will be co-located on Level 2, 11 Moore Street, Canberra City as of Monday 20th June 2016. https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/11+Moore+St,+Canberra+ACT+2601/@-35.2766336,149.125497,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x6b164d67f2e092bb:0x3814bad0e8e25d8!8m2!3d-35.276638!4d149.127691?hl=en-AU
Victim Support ACT (VS ACT) will continue to provide a range of clinical and non-clinical services to individuals who have experienced crime in the ACT. The service recognises the effect of trauma and that trauma informed care is individualised to each person’s needs. It aims to understand the trauma and the impact on the person's life.
The multidisciplinary Health Professional Officer team at VS ACT includes Social Workers, Counsellors and Psychologists, which are referred to as Case Managers. VS ACT also contracts a panel of providers to deliver services to our clients. This panel is made-up of Psychologists, Social Workers, Counsellors, Remedial Masseurs, and Tutors. Assistance for victims applying for financial assistance will continue to be provided.
As well as overseeing the day-to-day functioning of Victim Support ACT, the Victims of Crime Commissioner will continue to advocate and educate for the interests of victims of crime, collaborate with stakeholders, monitor and promote compliance with the governing principles, and perform the statutory functions of the Domestic Violence Project Coordinator.
To contact Victim Support ACT call 1800 822 272 or email firstname.lastname@example.org;