Escaping Violence Payment
Program

Escaping Violence Payment.

The Escaping Violence Payment (EVP) program is available to anyone who is experiencing violence from their partners.

This includes violent or threatening behavior that is:

  • Physically, verbally or sexually abusive
  • Emotionally, spiritually or psychologically abusive
  • Economically abusive
  • Threatening, coercive, or seeks to control or dominate the other person

How it works.

If you are looking to leave a violent partner, or have recently left, and you are struggling with the finances to live your life in safety, you could be eligible for:

  • Up to $1,500 in financial assistance such as vouchers for essential items
  • Goods and services such as removalists, bonds or basics for a new home
  • Wrap-around support including casework

You do not need to be connected to UnitingSA to access the program. If you’re already working with a family violence support service, talk to them about what to do next.

If you are not yet in touch with a support service, get in touch with our team on (08) 8440 2245.

For more information about the program click here to visit the Uniting Vic.Tas website.

Need Help Now?

If you are experiencing family violence and need immediate support or advice, call 1800 RESPECT or the 24 hour Domestic Violence Crisis Line on 1800 800 098 and they will let you know what you can do.

If you are in a situation of danger now, please call 000.

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