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Sagency WA

Referral Process & Resources

Engaging with Sagency WA

  • Referrals into Sagency WA Responsive and Safe Program can be made via the website or over the phone
  • All Initial contact will be guaranteed a 24 hour response return
  • Face to Face and Online counseling for individuals, ensuring flexibility and accessibility.
  • Individualized support in addressing relationship and interpersonal issues and initiating behavioral change.
  • Comprehensive 22-week online men’s behavior change course addressing family and domestic abuse
  • Opportunity for FIFO and shift workers to attend online or on-site during off weeks,
  • synchronizing with your work schedule.
  • Letter of attendance provided for personal records

Complex cases can be accompanied by detailed reports for family court purposes.



Take a Step towards Positive Change:

At Sagency WA, we believe in working holistically in the family unit and when a client enrols into our Responsive and Safe program we provide extended support for partners, ex-partners and children who have been impacted. Our dedicated Partner Contact team consists of caring professionals who help complete risk assessments, offer case management, and create effective safety plans.Understanding that each situation is unique, they work alongside Responsive and Safe counsellors to deliver non- judgmental and therapeutic interventions for you and your family.

Contact Us Today:
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to our compassionate team at Sagency WA. We understand the unique challenges faced by men who want to break the cycle and are here to provide the support you need. Together, let’s make positive changes that will benefit both your personal life and your career

Phone: 0484 057 429

*Confidentiality assured. Your privacy is our utmost priority.*


Building a Supportive Network:
Men working towards breaking the cycle and makes changes require a network of support that understands their vulnerabilities and provides guidance, encouragement, and resources. By engaging in therapy, participating in support groups, or seeking the assistance of community organizations, they can find validation and learn healthy ways to address their emotions, relationships, and patterns of behaviour.


Where to get support

Everyone has the right to feel safe and free from abuse and violence in their relationships. If you, or someone you know, is affected by family violence, the following organisations can help.


1800RESPECT, 24/7 Phone: 1800 737 732 or visit
Lifeline Australia, 24/7 Phone: 13 11 14 or visit
MensLine Australia, 24/7 Phone: 1300 78 99 78 or visit
Sexual Assault Crisis Line Phone: 1800 806 292 or visit