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If you require urgent assistance please call 000 or contact the Domestic Violence Hotline 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732)

BAY CITY CARE

Bay City Care is committed to providing assistance to any persons who are homeless, unemployed, sole parents or otherwise disadvantaged

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What We Do

Domestic Violence

Restoring Hope for Women & Children Beyond Domestic Violence

Bay City Care Women’s Support Services offers help to  women and children who are currently experiencing or escaping Domestic Violence or other abuse with care, respect, and dignity. 

Services include:

- Domestic Violence Support

- Crisis support             

- Referral

- Counselling & Group Programs 

Take 2 Respectful Relationships

The program will aim to:

Expand young people’s understanding and awareness of what constitutes violence in relationships

Identify and challenge gender stereotyping and unacceptable behaviours in relationships

Improve knowledge and understanding of unhealthy/unsafe and healthy/safe relationships

Assist young people to make respectful and safe choices in relationships

Increase capacity to assess unsafe situations in relationships and exploring alternative ways of dealing with situations

Increase knowledge about relevant services and resources

Emergency Relief

Emergency Relief helps people deal with their immediate financial crisis situation in a way that maintains the dignity of the individual and encourages self-reliance. It is an activity under the Australian Government's Financial Management Program. 

If you are experiencing financial hardship or homelessness. we provide emergency food hampers, bill assist, case management, referral services, and counselling.

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Bay City Care

 4/39-45 George St, Rockdale NSW 2216
info@baycitycare.com.au  |   02 8094 1354

If you require urgent assistance please call 000 or contact the Domestic Violence Hotline 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732)