Warrawee offers a twenty four hour, seven day a week crisis accomodation service. We provide a safe, secure environment for women and women with children who are escaping violence, sexual abuse and homelessness.
Warrawee fosters self-esteem, self-awareness and offers a supportive environment in which to empower residents to make informed choices.
Warrawee's vision is for a Tasmania in which all women and children live in safety with respect, free from violence and judgement
Our Values and Beliefs
• We believe everyone has the right to be safe and free from all forms of violence, and fear of violence
• We believe everyone has the right to be treated with dignity, equality and respect in accordance with Christian values and have access to services to ensure a better quality of life. Warrawee is respectful and culturally responsive to the needs of diverse groups
• We believe children have a right to a childhood free from violence, neglect and abuse
• We believe that everyone should feel connected and belong to their community
• We believe that action on prevention of violence is the responsibility of the whole community
• We believe the responsibility for violent acts and their consequences rests entirely with the perpetrator
• We believe the immediate ongoing safety of women and children is of paramount importance in all interventions
• We believe in and value our staff, and are committed to their growth and development as people, and support them in their work practices
• We endorse the values and principles of the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children and Taking Action: Tasmania’s Primary Prevention Strategy to Reduce Violence Against Women and Children 2012-22.
Get in contact
We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
03 6425 1382
or fill out the contact form and we will contact you
QIC Accredited Organisation
Warrawee Women's Shelter is a Quality Accredited Organisation and holds a current certification against the Quality Improvement Council (QIC) Australian Health and Community Services Standards.
The QIC standards and accreditation program is a comprehensive and aspirational set of standards that go across health and human services from very large to very small organisations. It covers both good governance and corporate systems to ensure strong and sustainable organisations. QIC standards also importantly address systems for the safe delivery of quality services, clear client pathways, monitoring of outcomes, client rights, advocacy and complaints management, as well as recognising the pivotal role of stakeholder and consumer engagement and sector and regional partnerships.
These standards are based on a strong systems approach and reflect the underpinning principles of the community and health sectors. They are written in outcome form, reflect continuous quality improvement principles and embody the values on which the QIC Program is based.
Warrawee Women's Shelter is committed to the development of a best practice model of operation.