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3rd May 2016

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NQDVRS Townsville

Mezanine Floor

Metway Arcade

390 Flinders Street

Townsville  QLD 4810

Phone  07 4721 2888

Fax      07 4721 1794

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NQDVRS Mount Isa

Old Court House Building

Mount Isa QLD 4825

Phone  07 4743 0946

Fax       07 4743 7999

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Welcome to the North Queensland Domestic Violence Resource Service (NQDVRS)


We are here to help you.

Please remember that if you are able to access NQDVRS then we can assist you with your application as we have many years experience with this procedure.

Domestic and Family Violence can be physical acts of violence, abusive acts of yelling, swearing and put downs, manipulation and threats.

These acts are all tactics of power and control used by the perpetrator. They can occur together or be isolated acts over a period of time, however, they all make up a pattern of abusive and frightening behaviours.

These behaviours are driven by the abuser and have no relationship to what the victim does or doesn't do.

It is not normal for one partner to feel threatened, too frightened to argue back, and too frightened to disagree or express their opinion.

NQDVRS aims to provide a range of crisis intervention, face to face assistance and group programs for victims and perpetrators of domestic and family violence. These programs include:

May 2016 - Opening 9th

Candle Light Ceremony - 4th

Deadly Family Fun Day - 7th

Technology Safety - 18th

Feminist Training - 27th

Information - Pet’s Rehoming


Domestic Violence Prevention Month 2016

Mount Isa

Paws, Hooves and Claws Flier

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