Victims services

We care for all victims. Our services include counselling through the Victims Services program.

Enough is Enough works closely with the Department of Communities and Justice through their Victims Services providers to ensure all victims of violence are cared for to the best standard we can provide.

Through the Victims Service program we are able to provide our clients with:

  • Over the phone counselling
  • Up to 22 hours of counselling with the cost covered (with the ability to increase those hours pending client situations.)

All programs

Enough is Enough utilises a range of in-house and out-of-house programs. Our programs and strategies are designed to help reduce both the causes and effects of violence in the community. Part of our core statement is to reform by education, and to teach an understanding of the alternatives to violence as a solution.

We offer different out-of-house programs that cater for schools, correction facilities, juvenile justice facilities or workplaces.

We also employ a range of staff who work collaboratively with the Police Citizens Youth Clubs (PCYC) to deliver sections of the Traffic Offenders Intervention Program.

We tailor in-house programs to client needs and liaise with key services which can improve quality of life outcomes, including NSW State Revenue and Oz Harvest.

Victims assistance team

Enough is Enough also has a dedicated Victims Assistance Team who can provide victims of violence with trauma-informed support in navigating and filling out relevant Victim Services applications. If requested, our Victims Assistance Team can ask questions, seek answers, and advocate on our client’s behalf to Police, Victims Services, and other Justice authorities, to ensure that their rights and needs are being heard and met.

Creative Paths to Healing group art therapy program

Enough is Enough also runs the ‘Creative Paths to Healing’ group art therapy program, a program that utilises creativity and group interconnectedness to provide victims of trauma an opportunity to find new ways to express, contain and transform difficult post-traumatic experiences. In doing this, clients learn to safely use self-expression as a means to build their resilience, empowerment and self-management skills to heal through creative practices.


We are happy to have a chat about how we can support victims of violent crimes with Community Correction Officers, the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program, and those who would like to self-refer.

Please call our office on 9542 4029 or email