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COVID-19 INFORMATION HUB

Malaika Family Care is here to help you during the COVID-19 crisis. We are here helping those affected by covid and they find it hard to do their daily activities. Malaika's healthcare workers have all been trained to keep themselves safe as well as others while providing support during this hard period that we are all in. Malaika Family Care has been supporting clients during these hard times following the Department of Health regulations. We thank you for your help and understanding during this time.

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Racial discrimination and abuse is against the law, contrary to our values, and damages social cohesion.

Australia is a proud multicultural nation, united by shared values based on freedom, equality and respect for all people.

All Australians have a role to play in responding to racism, by calling it out when they see it, standing in solidarity with affected people and communities, and celebrating our rich multicultural diversity.

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Prevention of violence against women

Domestic & sexual violence is likely to increase during times of community distress. Domestic & sexual violence is never okay and should not be dismissed or excused.

If you feel frightened or are concerned about your own or someone’s safety and wellbeing, or if you need to reach a place of safety, call safe steps 1800 015 188 for advice, help and support.

If you cannot safely call the 24/7 phone line, please email safesteps@safesteps.org.au and a support worker will reply to you ASAP. Learn more at Safe Steps.

For non-English speakers:

If you or someone you care about is experiencing family violence and speaks limited or no English, safe steps can help. They have a number of multi-lingual staff or can arrange for a telephone interpreter to translate calls.

All you need to do is call them on 1800 015 188 and tell them:

  • Your phone number

  • Your language

  • When it is safe to call

A bi-lingual staff member or interpreter will then call you back.

If a woman you know is unable to speak English to give us this information, you can call for them to help arrange a follow-up telephone call.

Family and domestic violence support services:

Learn more about what you can do to help.

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