CASV believes that victims/survivors have the right to:

  • Be believed.
  • Be heard and supported in a safe environment.
  • Have control over their choices.
  • Be given information about options.
  • Have their confidentiality and privacy respected.
  • Be treated with respect, dignity and understanding.
  • Communicate in their own language, with a qualified confidential interpreter if necessary.

CASV is for all women and young women aged 12 years and over. Services available in Logan and Redlands are wheelchair accessible.

 

Our Mission

CASV is committed to ending sexual violence against women and their children through healing, education and prevention.


CASV’s Response to COVID-19

As of the 22nd June 2020, CASV are providing face-to-face service delivery. Counselling is also available via phone and videoconferencing facilities. We will update you if the advice from government causes us to change our service delivery further. We wish you all the best during this challenging time.


External Agency Referrals

The CASV encourages woman to self-refer to our service. CASV will accept referrals from other service providers with the woman’s consent and participation in the referral process.

External Agency Referral Form


CASV welcomes all women from all backgrounds, cultures and sexual orientations.

Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and rainbow flags

I acknowledge the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community.  I also pay sincere respect to our Elders both past, present and emerging.


Funded by the Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women