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Domestic Violence

Emergency Accommodation

McCombe House (Southern Tasmania)

We work with homeless women and children, and women and children escaping domestic violence in Hobart. 

McCombe House provides supported emergency accommodation for single women and women with children escaping domestic violence and homelessness. McCombe House is a 6 – 8 week safe and secure crisis accommodation for women and children from all cultures and backgrounds.

For further information, contact: 

Ph: 03 6228 1099

Oakleigh Accommodation Services (North-West Tasmania)

Provides emergency accommodation to homeless men, women and children in Burnie. 
For further information, contact:

Ph: 03 6431 9015

Both services develop client focused case management plans with transitional support programs.

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