Danny Green’s Stop the Coward’s Punch Campaign has been established to drive national change in Australian culture through increased awareness and education around the consequences of coward’s punch attacks and to ultimately end the scourge.
We are not qualified to provide professional advice; legal or otherwise, diagnosis nor treatment. Please see below for contact details and links to various support services which we hope will be of assistance.
24 hour appointment making, information and telephone referrals.
The crime doesn’t have to be reported… you can just talk to someone.
- Information, advice & referral
- Telephone counselling
- Face to face counselling
- Assistance with Victim Impact Statements
- Web Chat
- Online Counselling
provides free and confidential help to adult victims of crime, witnesses, their family, and friends across South Australia. We work in partnership with other organisations, we are not a government agency or part of the police and you don’t have to report a crime to get our help.
It doesn’t matter when the crime happened and you can call us any time after the crime, whether it was yesterday, last week or several years ago.
1800 842 846
HOW CAN COUNSELLING HELP?
Victim Support Service is committed to promoting the rights and addressing the needs of anyone who has suffered harm from crime.
The Victim Support Service provides free, confidential counselling and support services for all victims of crime. These services are provided by professional counsellors and trained volunteers.
The Victim Support Service is part of the Department of the Attorney General’s Victim Support and Child Witness Service.
Phone: (08) 9425 2850
Freecall: 1800 818 988
Please click HERE for a list of regional locations.
supports people to deal with personal and practical problems associated with the impact of crime, to allow them to regain control of their lives.
- Victims of Crime services can be arranged for people in rural and remote areas. All services are free and confidential.
CONTACT THE VICTIMS OF CRIME SERVICE 1300 300 238
New South Wales:
Call 1800 819 817 or
text 0427 767 891
- get advice about reporting a crime
- find other services that can help you
- get information about the court process
- get help applying for compensation and financial assistance.
Australian Capital Territory
Phone: 1800 8222 72 or (02) 6205 2066___________________________________
The JMB Foundation was set up in February 2007 and has two main aims: to provide financial support for care and rehabilitation, not only for James, but also for other young sufferers of an acquired brain injury (ABI); and to give a public voice to those young people – who all too often literally cannot speak for themselves – and to their families and carers.
Information Line: 1300 85 85 84