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Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence services are an essential part of the primary health care system funded by government.  These services are provided free and are available to all victims and survivors.

The Mallee Sexual Assault Unit (MSAU) and Mallee Domestic Violence Services (MDVS) provide services for women, men and children throughout the Northern and Southern Mallee region, border communities of New South Wales, the Mallee Track and Shires of Gannawarra and Buloke.

In the Northern Mallee region, centre-based sexual assault and family violence services are provided in Mildura (24 hour response). Services are also provided flexibly and on-demand in Robinvale, Ouyen, Mallee Track, Dareton, Wentworth and Balranald.

In the Southern Mallee, centre-based sexual assault and family violence services are provided in Swan Hill (24 hour response). Services are also provided flexibly and on-demand in Kerang, Cohuna, Sea Lake, Wycheproof and other towns throughout the Buloke and Gannawarra Shire.

This website contains information on the services offered by the Mallee Sexual Assault Unit and Domestic Violence Service. It contains resource information on Child Abuse, Sexual Assault, Rape, Crisis Counselling, Crisis Accommodation, Family Violence and Domestic Violence generally.

Mission Statement

To reduce the prevalence and impact of sexual assault and domestic violence in the Mallee through partnerships which raise community awareness and undertake preventative and early intervention strategies and provide specialist and coordinated care valued by survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, meeting safety needs, and facilitating their empowerment, dignity and reintegration into communities of choice.

Vision Statement

To be recognized as the national leader in the prevention of sexual assault and domestic violence and the providers of services of excellence to victims / survivors of crime.