inTouch provides services, programs and responses to family violence in migrant and refugee communities

Are you experiencing family violence?

Providing in-Language and in-Culture support since 1984

inTouch works across the family violence continuum, providing culturally-informed case management, perpetrator programs, a fully accredited community legal centre and specialised migration assistance, crisis recovery, learning and development programs and enhanced capacity-building projects across the sector and community. We are proud to provide high-level leadership and guidance to all levels of government with our evidence-based, victim-survivor informed policy, advocacy and research work.


Women have been supported by our services


Countries of origin make up our client base

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Three women wearing hijab smiling and talking Indian businesswoman speaking consulting client at business office meeting

Our values


We value and respect our colleagues, clients and the people we work with; our actions are transparent and demonstrate fairness, compassion, humanity and honesty.


We value actively seeking ways to make positive change to continually drive our standards higher.


We value our own and our organisation’s growth and seek ways for us all to thrive.


We value our thought leadership, experience, and advocacy, making a positive difference to everyone we work with, every day.


We value exploring and growing our partnerships to develop a cooperative working environment and inclusive solutions.

Diversity & Inclusion

We value the cultural diversity of our staff, clients and community and seek ways to embed and be inclusive of all diversity in everything we do.

Latest News

inTouch Welcomes CEO Rasha Abbas

inTouch, Australia’s leading specialist family violence provider dedicated to supporting migrant andrefugee women and their communities is delighted to announce…

inTouch Bids Farewell to Michal Morris, Announces Interim CEO

This week, inTouch bids farewell to Michal Morris, who has served as inTouch’s CEO for the last five years.  Michal…

inTouch Heads Panel for Cultural Diversity Week

Victorians gathered to celebrate the state’s multiculturalism at the Western Bulldogs Community Foundation (WBCF) Cultural Diversity Week Event. The panel…

inTouch and WB Community Foundation Team Up to Tackle Family Violence in the West

The Working Together Strengthening Partnerships to Support Women in the West project aims to fortify partnerships and referral pathways between…

We’re Growing- Join Us! 

Want a satisfying job, working with a great team, in an organisation where you can truly make a difference? We…

Position Paper: The Causes and Consequences of Misidentification on Women From Migrant and Refugee Communities Experiencing Family Violence

inTouch’s new position paper, released today, highlights the concerning and ongoing issue of misidentification in response to family violence occurring…

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